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I found the work that the team were doing very interesting. I did not realise the process was so demanding. They work so diligently and very neat. I was able to purchase the mens sarong which I have used on a daily basis now that...More
It is quite remarkable to see how fine and lengthly the process if making Batik actually is.... you have to appreciate the work that goes into it. It was lovely to look and see the fabrics and clothing items in the shop. I do find...More
This is definitely worth a visit. There is a large collection of gorgeous colors of batik clothing and accessories. You can also have the process explained by a guide and watch the artisans at work. The only difficulty here is picking something from so many...More
We were shown how to make fabric and how weavers can make cloth with one ball of dyed yarn Brilliant work seen hand painted cloth and how it is made layer by layer.
Into the shop got Batik Shirt and other items for us and...More
They sell silk and cotton fabric in 2 or 3 metre lengths, so you don't have to buy finished clothes. I went in to get some silk, but came out with cotton; it was so beautiful. Such clear work and fine detail. I paid $60...More
Educational and appears to be very time consuming to produce. It a Batik Processing business. It shows the manufacturing of the cloth, the design imprinting, waxing the outlines, dying/ painting of the fabric.
Then the selling of the fabric, curtains, tablecloths, napkins, sarons, pants, shirts....More