Tag Archives: National Textile Museum

Tourism Malaysia: Top 7 in September

Mid-Autum FestivalWhen: George Town, PenangWhere: Sept 15 Also known as the Lantern or Mooncake Festival, this is a very popular celebration in East Asia. Traditionally, it was a harvest festival. Nowadays, Penang transforms itself into a magical place of colours and lights. Lions and dragons dance on the street and people eat the traditional Mooncake… Read More »

Kebaya Tales : Stories from The Nyonya

October 12, 2011 during 12:00 pm The Baba-Nyonya village refers to a organisation of people who are descendants of late 15th and 16th century Chinese immigrants who came to a islands of Nusantara during a Colonial era. These are people who have digested to a Malay Peninsula’s enlightenment and have adopted a Malay denunciation as… Read More »

Textile Talk: Dream of a Drape

September 10, 2011 during 4:00 pm In each culture, women’s wear has always been some-more elaborate than men’s wear. Women are mostly compared to beauty, and this customarily extends to their attire. One of a some-more elaborate normal women’s costumes in Malaysia has to be a saree of a Indians. Learn about a saree during… Read More »