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There is a museum, souvenir shop, Malay restaurant, batik painting center & a few local architecture building in the complex. Must try to make your own batik during visiting to this complex & enjoy the ULAM rice
This is a small and inexpensive museum with a collection of royal clothes and a small selection of textiles and other handcrafts. The displays are well set put in the upstairs of a lovely old building.
Unfortunately, the village has no more real handicraft shops, only souvenir ones, a bit disappointing. The setting is nice though, the museum is in a real traditional Malay wood home. I love fabrics so I was really impressed by all the displays. Some objects and...More
Not much to see here. But still, its a good place to visit to know a little bit about Kelantan traditional craft. Batik painting, silver craft and oil painting all in one place. There is a small museum located at the upper storey of the...More
I would have thought that if the management had provided more structured programmes or avenues to showcase the various crafts that was housed there, it would have drawn a lot more interest from tourist to know more about these artisans.
Nonetheless, its a good place...More
The compound may seem a bit artificial but it does give some insight into Malay architecture. Not too many shops were open the day we were there but it was nice nonetheless. We paid to go see the museum (a reasonable MYR 4). Small with...More