Batik is any kind of fabric that is imprinted with the colorful patterns via the application of dye and wax. It is an essential part of the Malaysian culture and a traditional art form. The batik industry that has existed and evolved over nearly a century ago and is now one of the roots of Malaysian culture. Although it cannot be ascertained precisely how history begins, the results of this art has been the heritage of world civilization. It is creative medium and if you want to purchase some pieces or learn this art then a visit to Melaka Batik House should be in your list of things to do in Melaka.
Melaka Batik House
Melaka Batik House is operating since 2009 with the support of Batik Malaysia, Noor Arfa Batik. Located at the Melaka International Trade Centre (MITC), Melaka Batik house is one of the best tourist attractions in Melaka. The store accurately represents the Malay culture as it is shaped in traditional Malay house. With the wooden gabled roof and bricked stairs that lead to the entrance of the house of innovation.
Batik has much more to offer to its guests then a mere shop. Here you can find myriad of batik products, such as batik parios for women and batik shirts for men. If you want to create your own batik inspired outfits in your own style then the Melaka Batik house has also stocked up unstitched colorful batik fabric for you. The store also creates outfits of your choice on order with your hand-picked batik fabric. Your shopping in Melaka will be incomplete if you don’t pay a visit to the Batik House.
Melaka Batik House consists of two floors. On the first floor, visitors can enjoy learning batik class. On the second floor, visitors’ eyes will be spoiled by a variety of beautiful batik designs from designers Melaka Batik House. Price batik sold in the Batik House ranging from Malaysian Ringgit 39 or more. It depends on the quality of fabrics, types of batik and batik motif. Melaka Batik House is also equipped with a large parking area, showroom sales, and making batik workshop to guests. In Malacca Batik House, you can find the entire batik from various parts of Malaysia, ranging from the rare to the popular and modern. For the class of batik workshops for visitors, you can register yourself first.
History of Batik House, formerly started from a small batik business owned companies Noor Arfa. Claiming self-operating since 1980, Noor Arfa ventured to expand the business by opening boutique batik Melaka Batik House. The Batik House building itself was built in 2008, a year before the boutique opened to the public. The main batik manufacturing plant is located in Kuala Terengganu and is built on an area of 2.5 hectares, part of the Industrial Zone Chendering. There are about 140 employees at the factory batik makers.
Melaka Batik house is not only a place to learn but it is a must visit place in Melaka due to the creative aroma it exhales. Visit the Batik House once and of let us know about your experience there.0