The glass bottle museum, founded by Dutch Mr. Bjj De Leij, is located in the north of Sukhumvit Road Bypass, east of Pattaya, Thailand. This is an inconspicuous museum of glass bottle art. The museum has a collection of more than 300 rare and beautiful shapes. Many of its famous buildings, such as the Jade Buddha Temple, the Dawn Temple, the Cloud Stone Temple, the Victory Monument, the Monument to the Democratic Constitution, and even the Thai temple, are all built in glass bottles. And so well-built, so fine, so beautiful, built in a glass bottle with a small opening. One can imagine how much effort and time it takes to condense such artistic buildings in glass bottles. Its painstaking efforts and time are as difficult as building a real place of interest. Glass products are made of broken glass, soda, sodium nitrate, barium carbonate, quartz sand, etc., and a container made by melting and shaping at 1600 degrees. Different shapes of glass bottles can be produced according to different molds. There are various wine bottles, drink bottles, pickle bottles, honey bottles, canned bottles, soda bottles, carbonated beverage bottles, coffee bottles, tea cups. 0.5 kg / 2.5 kg / 4 kg wine jar, etc. The glass bottle has a sealed light transmission that can preserve humidity sensitive products for a long time.