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We got a tip about this place and decided to visit. Best value expense for the exposure to this unique collection of timber masks ( nearly 300) all made by the local Orang Asli craftsmen. A real treat to view this example of a dying...More
We simply couldn't pass the tourist shop in Tanah Rata main street without going in. Besides the usual plastic tourist stuff this shop has a second room with some fantastic Mah Meri tribe wooden carvings. The lady running the shop recognized our interest and invited...More
This gallery is jam-packed with hundreds of stunning sculptures by Orang Asli indigenous artisans. While they have a distinct common character, dozens of unique imaginative and playful forms are on display here. (The Orang Asli Museum in KL pales in comparison, with far fewer and...More
This collection of handcrafted wood pieces truly display the creativity and originality of the Mah Meri tribe in Malaysia. The amount of work put into carving each and every piece of this artwork is beyond imagination. What a wonderful collection that represents the passion of...More
the owner of the souvenir shop has collected over 30 years a beautiful collection of masks, statues and woodcarving of indigenous people of carvy island, Malaysi. it is exposed on a beautiful way which expresses a lot of love for the art work
The gift shop of Mr. Seng is full of high quality wood carvings. The elephants he imports from Thailand are of very good quality.
The lady in the shop convinced us to visit the museum of Mr. Seng which is located in the first floor....More