D.I.Y in Kuala Lumpur: Batik Painting Workshop !

D.I.Y in Kuala Lumpur: Batik Painting Workshop !

Hey Friends!

IMG_9311Greetings from Kuala Lumpur!
This post is for all my arty friends and followers. It is a tip on what to do in Chinatown KL if you want to explore your creativity.

With this awesome D.I.Y you will have an everlasting and unique memory of your time in Kuala Lumpur…

When I was living in Kuala Lumpur back in 2011-2012 I wanted to take an art class. I found an art class that was within my own working hours and I could not take this class. I was a bit sad about it but than one day during my lunch break I stumbled upon this place and I fell in love. For some one that is in to art and being creative this is an awesome workshop/do it your self activity.


How does it work?
You can chose one of the pre-prepared drawings made from a special wax kind of material to fill in with colours of ink of your choice. This shop has a great variety of drawings you could chose from.

After you chose your drawing you get to sit at a table with different bottles of ink coming in all the colours of the rainbow.
You can let your creativity run free and paint your drawing in the colours that you prefer.
This is a really fun activity and a really nice memory of your time in KL!

IMG_9316I made my painting for my Mum and she loved it!

Where can you find this shop?

IMG_9308 This shop is located at the end of Central Market. Central Market is a big indoor market area in Chinatown. You can reach this market with the LRT (subway), by getting of at station ‘Pasar Seni’. Central Market is located in a 2 minute walking distance from the LRT.
Just go in Central Market and walk straight until you have reached the end. Go outside, and Tadaaa, there it is.

The price depends on the size of your drawing. The small drawings start from 15 ringgit, (the larger ones are more expensive of course) and if you ask me, that is a small price to pay for such a fun activity and unique souvenir from the beautiful city of Kuala Lumpur.



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