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I took a guided city tour and it was a joy to come to this craft complex which you can specifically know everything about this complex design.
Starting from the top of the building, the roof take a form of Malay traditional house which some...More
Besides going to buy or view what are Malaysia crafts. There is one activity that you can participate and join called batik painting do it yourself. You can paint the craft yourself with the help of guidance or you can buy canvas and colours and...More
Billed as a complex with a range of crafts people where you can interact as well as high quality craft shop this was a real waste of time for us. Only two Batik workshops open. Gallery closed as were all other workshops. Poor looking cafe....More
The KL Craft Complex hosts a number of stores which sell Malaysian handicrafts. They don’t sell the cheap souvenir things you find at street stalls but higher end hand made items.
Here you can find beautiful clothing, jewelry, wood carving, silver work etc.
Great experience, hidden gem. We enjoyed doing batik with 3 children for very low cost. The staff we very friendly and packaged up our paintings beautifully. We also found a great food court. You can get wooden personalised carvings and pewter items or just watch...More
Very disappointed with this place, as one of the tourist spot, the management didn’t look after this place properly. How to attract tourist and show them our heritage if the place like that! Dirty and a mess! As a Malaysian living abroad and taking my...More
Malaysian Batik ..experience it yourself ..
Everyone can do Batik ..If you are looking to experience at least once Batik art ..this is the place to be.
Batik artists here are always happy to share their batik techniques.
Learning Batik drawing & colouring is made...More