The Cultural Craft Complex, provides an insight into the amazing history and development of Malaysian crafts.
The Cultural Craft Complex is situated at Jalan Conlay, and housed within the premises are an exhibition gallery, craft museum, stage, souvenir and crafts shops as well as a restaurant.
Among the processes featured are songket-weaving, batik-making, woodcarvings, pottery-making and boat-making. The complex even offers handicrafts for sale.
The Craft Museum showcases a wide range of Malaysian handicrafts and artifacts, craft demonstrations and practical interactive sessions are provided at the Crafts Village.
For tourists and visitors, the Cultural Craft Complex organizes several events and weekly cultural shows at Laman Wau.
Adjacent to the complex is a museum where visitors can view a diorama on the history of crafts in the country. The complex is open to public from 8.45am to 6.00pm daily.
How to get there
Take the monorail to the Craft Complex and disembark at the Raja Chulan station. From the exit, walk towards Wisma Genting and the Novotel Hydro Majestic Hotel. Walk straight, with the hotel on your left and walk along the sidewalks, with Prince hotel and Residences on your left. Go straight and the museum will be on your right.
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