Specialising in antiques and fine arts, this is one of the best places in KL to find quality pieces of local craft as well as pricier Malay ethnological items. It's worth dropping by for a browse and a chat with the…
Located 8km northeast of the city centre, the world's largest pewter manufacturer offers some very appealing souvenirs made from this malleable alloy of tin and copper. Also for sale are the company's silver pieces …
The top two floors of this old shophouse have been imaginatively turned into a contemporary gallery to showcase local artists. Note the artwork covering the metal security gate in front of the shophouse next door.
Charming hand-painted clogs and handicrafts. The soles of the shoes are made from the wood of the durian tree.
Fine-quality decorative weavings and embroidery in silver and gold thread.
Eye-catching selection of traditional paper and bamboo kites, including the giant wau bulan (moon kite) from Kelantan.
On the tour-bus circuit, this batik goods and Malaysian handicrafts showroom and workshop offers plenty of handmade pieces – colourful and pretty things, but no extraordinary designs.
A government enterprise, this huge complex caters mainly to coach tours, but it’s worth a visit to browse the shops and stalls selling batik prints and fashion, wood carvings, pewter, basket ware, glassware and cera…
All kinds of bamboo and woven straw baskets and decorative boxes are to be found here, many of them handmade.
For all your feng shui needs.