74-year-old Malaysian collects 9,000 seaside bottles, opens 'rumah botol' museum


By AGENCY

Tengku Mohamad Ali Mansor decorating pieces of broken glass he found along the shore of beaches in his bottle museum in Penarik village in the Setiu district in Terengganu. Photo: AFP

A 74-year-old Malaysian man's quest to rid the country's beaches of washed-up glass led to a collection of thousands of bottles, now displayed in a colourful seaside museum in Terengganu.

For the past 15 years, Tengku Mohamad Ali Mansor has made it his mission to gather bottles washed ashore on Malaysia's rugged South China Sea coast.

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