Learn how to draw and paint your batik artwork in one of the city's largest batik and handicrafts center. Held at the heart of KL, the local expert believes in preserving Malaysia's distinctive heritage and cultural identity through handicrafts like batik. Join a batik workshop to understand the history of batik, how canting is done, and unleash your creativity with batik painting.
Learn to Draw and Paint Batik at the Heart of KLYou will join a batik workshop to see some batik demonstration, learn and understand the history of batik, how canting is done. A tjanting (also known as Batik canting knife pen) is then used to draw designs onto the material, which is usually either cotton or silk.
1) Use Grab by selection destination to "Jadi Batek"". 2) Nearest MRT station is Tun Razak Exchange (TRX). After exit from Entrance B, turn right and walk toward Jalan Delima for 200m until the second junction with Jalan Inai. Turn left into Jalan Inai and walk about 150m to reach Jadi Batek on the right.