Upon entering the first gallery, I saw different types of textile that range from batik to elaborately embroidered cloth. The textile were all colorful and beautiful that I want to learn how to make all of them!
And in the galleries on the second floor, I saw how they used the different textiles to make clothing and accessories.
I saw a lot of clothes and accessories at the museum. And the thing that keeps on bothering me is that where can I buy that white dress!
In the two to three hours of walking inside the museum, I learned how rich and diverse the Malaysian culture. I really enjoyed the time I spent in the museum exploring different the galleries and absorbing all the colors and inspiration. That’s it for now!
National Textile Museum is located at JKR 26, Lot 50 Seksyen 70, Jalan Sultan Hishamuddin, Kuala Lumpur, a heritage building previously occupied by various departments and institutions. The building which was completed in 1896 is 2 ½ level with an area of 3259 squared meters and floor area of 3145.3 squared maters.
Everyday: 9:00 am to 6:00 pm
Except during Hari Raya Aidilfitri and Hari Raya Aidiladha
For Group Guided Tours, you can fill up this form on their website.