Langkawi, Malaysia

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Arts & Crafts

Ibrahim Hussein Foundation Museum
The Ibrahim Hussein Foundation Museum is an art gallery overlooking the waters of
Pasir Tengkorak Beach and the hill slopes of Mount Machinchang. Established in 1991, this spacious art gallery is the personal venture of one of Malaysia's most celebrated artist Ibrahim Hussein, who also lives here. Exhibits at the gallery include collections of modern art by Ibrahim Hussein and other artists from the Asian region. Collections include abstract paintings, prints and sculptures. While works by Ibrahim Hussein adorn many corporate offices, some of the abstract paintings at the gallery are available for a reasonable price.

 
 
 
 
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Galeria Perdana
Galeria Perdana is located in the village of Kilim in the northeastern part of Langkawi Island, about 11 km from Kuah Town. The museum features an impressive collection of gifts given
by foreign governments to Malaysia's former prime minister Dr. Mahatir Mohamad during his term of office (1981 to 2003). The former prime minister believed gifts he received while in office was on behalf of all Malaysians and therefore should be shared. There are more than 2,500 collections on display including paintings, vases, furniture, prototype cars, weaponry, leather craft, musical instruments and fine crystal.

Ceiling of Galeria Perdana by MeiLyn

Langkawi Craft Complex
The Langkawi Craft Complex is located in Teluk Yu (nearby the beach of Pantai Pasir Hitam), about 21 km from Kuah Town via the Ulu Melaka Road. The complex is a one-stop art and craft centre, showcasing local works including batik paintings, traditional songket weaving, ceramics and wood carvings. There are also demonstrations by skilled craftsmen displaying the various techniques to produce the handmade arts and crafts.
There is a gift shop at the Langkawi Craft Complex where visitors can purchase many of the works by craftsmen as souvenirs.

 
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