Kompleks Kraf Langkawi
Well worth a visit
What we say:
There are displays of handmade and historical items from the 13 states of Malaysia; from a pre-industrial revolution sugar cane press to hand-made bird traps of intricate design and all are well displayed along with information plaques in English.
They also provide free guided tours for more in-depth information. Onsite demonstrations on glass blowing, weaving and batik (which you're encouraged to participate in) are a unique look at Malaysian culture.
In addition to the exhibits and demonstrations the museum has excellent shops that sell batik, wood craving and crafts, woven products, kites, blown glass and carved marble.
More detailsTeluk Yu, Mukim Bohor
Opening Hours: 10:00-18:00
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