Located neat the Lumut jetty are souvenir stalls that sell
attractive shell craft items, pressed flowers, pottery, glassware,
pewter ware, batik and tekat products.
Mariwasa Kraftangan is one of the largest silversmiths in malaysia.
It is also the second largest mint factory in malaysia. Opened in
1975, the factory produces a vast range of sterling silver
collection that reflects the exquisite workmanship of traditional
malay silver craftsmen. Among the items are fine gold and silver
jewellery, sterling silverware, pewterware, commemorative
medallions, gold bullion and gift items. Customised orders can be
made at the factory. Visiting hours : 9am to 5pm (monday to
saturday)closed on sunday
Lot 522, Kawasan Perindustrian Kuala Kangsar,
33000 Kuala Kangsar,
Perak Darul Ridzuan
Tel : 05-776 5888
Fax : 05-776 0213
|"Pasar Malam" - Night
Pasar malam make a fascinating visit for the experience of
witnessing sheer enterpreneurship in action. Comprising makeshift
stalls which stock anything from folk medicine and fresh fruits to
household utemsils and fashionwear, these night bazaars are a treat
for the senses and a paradise for bargain hunters.
| Pasir Salak
Visitors to Pasir Salak can obtain mementos of their visit at this
shop, which stocks souvenirs such as colonial hats, pewterware,
wallloc, lacquer pottery, gold embroidery and others. They also
make excellent gift for friends and relatives.
| Pulau Tiga Handicraft
The cottage industry at Kampung Tanjung Bidara in the Pulau Tiga
District produces various forms of craft including labu (water
pitcher) pottery, gold embroidery, weaveworks and other similar
| Super Kinta
In Ipoh, SHOPPING complexes like super kinta and another complex
are among the main ones which are located in the same vicinity for
shoppers' convenience. Other major SHOPPING areas in Ipoh are along
the sultan idris and laksamana roads. These complexes are open from
10 am to 10 pm.