16 Malaysian Products to Bring Home from Kuala Lumpur

Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur Guide (B): 16 Malaysian Products to Bring Home from Kuala Lumpur

"Malaysia, Truly Asia" is what you hear en route to Malaysia. Indeed, there's practically every bit of Asia to be found here, as the country's population is made up primarily of three groups: Malay, Chinese and Indians. Quite expectedly, the diversity of Malaysian handcrafts is reflective of this composition. This article is to help you find your way through numerous offerings tempting gift buyers in Kuala Lumpur.

This traditional Malay attire for women is body hugging and can be worn for parties or formal functions, especially if made of high quality Songket or Batik fabrics. They come in various colors, light and dark, and different sizes. It is best try one first before buying it, so as to ensure that it fits well. If need be, you can ask a tailor to alter it, so that it accentuates your curves to the maximum. Only some minor adjustment would be needed if you choose the right size. It is not necessary to buy the whole set of top (blouse) and bottom (long skirt). Buying a set may cost you around RM100 or US$34, based on the quality and type of fabric. You can buy the top (blouse) only and wear it together with a long skirt or even pants of your choice. Depending on the quality, the top alone may cost from as little as RM50 or US$17 to a few hundred RM. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: 16 Malaysian Products to Bring Home from Kuala Lumpur
Guide Location: Malaysia » Kuala Lumpur
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Sight(s) featured in this guide: Zakir Batik   Zakir Craft   Pak Lang Dodol   Koleksi Melayu   Peninsular Arts & Borneo Crafts   Aseana Gallery   Kuala Lumpur Craft Complex   Borneo Pearls   Asli Kraft   Tuah KTC  
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