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The Kingdom of Eswatini

Ngwenya Glass Complex

The Ngwenya Glass Complex, located near the Ngwenya border post, comprises of the famous Ngwenya Glass factory and selection of other artisan outlets.

The glass blowing factory is where the magic happens. Skilled glass blowers create a variety of glass products from tableware to animal figures all using 100% recycled glass, primarily soft drinks bottles form around Eswatini. You can visit the factory and discover up close how its made with their factory tour in which guests can walk the perimeter of the factory up high looking down at the workforce creating products below.

As well has their very own shop in which you can browse the glass products and purchase souvenirs, the complex also houses some of Eswatini’s most well known art and craft producers too including Baobab BatikGone RuralQuazi DesignTintsaba, Tsandza Weaving, Eswatini Kitchen and Black Mamba Chilli.

Learn more about Ngwenya Glass, their products and their history here.

For more information on shopping at Ngwenya Glass, click here.

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