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Address :
33A Jalan Petaling, Kawasan Perindustrian Larkin, Johor Bahru, 80350 Johor Bahru, Johor

Contact :
Tel +607-238 7377
email: sales@malaycv.com
https://www.malaycv.com

Hi There,"Selamat Datang" in Bahasa Malaysia which means "Welcome" to The Malay Cultural Village ("TMCV").

Situated nearby to Johore Bahru, this living museum depicts the heritage of the 3 major racial group in Johore and conveniently portrays their respective lifestyle admist in this small parcel of land in Larkin. Here, It is possible to see Johore's ethnic diversity at a glance. They will get to participate and hands on in the various traditional skills, dances and even food experiences.

Our Activities
Batik Painting Lesson

Batik Painting, a very interesting way to show one skills. You get to see how a piece of cloth is drawn using wax and subsequently painted using dye and water.

Malaysians loves to use the natural surroundings as their inspiration for their work. So are you ready to be a Malaysian Batik Artist for a day?

Our batik classes are available everyday. We give you an opportunity to experiment with batik painting techniques and produce your very own batik masterpiece. Our friendly instructors will guide you all the way during the lessons and explains why it is done that way.

Teh Tarik & Roti Canai
Preparing the Teh Tarik has become an art form and has turned into an iconic element in the local pop-culture. Originating from Malaysia the amazing local beverage is now famous all over the world and it holds a special place in the hearts of those who enjoy it. Teh tarik is now recognized by the government as an important part of

Malaysia’s food heritage and have organized several campaigns and activities to promote its practice. Accompanying the Teh Tarik is the super tasty Roti Canai. It is a type of Indian-infuenced fatbread found in Malaysia, often sold in Mamak stalls. It is sometimes referred to as "fying bread", in English, a term that evokes the process of tossing and spinning by which it is made.

Served with Malaysian Chicken Curry, where the chicken is stewed in an onion and tomato-based sauce, favoured with ginger, garlic, chili peppers and a variety of spices, often including turmeric, cumin, coriander, cinnamon, cardamom and so on, giving it a very different curry feel compared to the other countries.

Malaysia Traditional Dance
Malaysia's multi-cultural and multi-racial heritage is most prominently exhibited in its diverse music and dance forms. There are dances from the indigenous Malay, Orang Asli and different ethnic peoples to the Chinese, Indians and Portuguese settled in Malaysia.
 
Here, our in house dancers will try their very effort to amuse you with their dances and music from the vast variety of Malaysian Instruments to their each style of rhythm and tune accompanied by
the flow of our dancers. Our performers will perform and also try to get you to join them to dance before get together for a nice photo session enabling you to bring sweet memories back home.

Making Soap
From the palm oil, glycerin soap is a one of the finish products. We let you see how the essential oil soap is made and also be part of making it. Creating a piece of soap so beautiful that you be reluctant to use it later by using M&P (Melt and Pour) method.

Explore Our Places!
Malay House

'Se-la-mat Da-tang' (in Malay, Welcome) where we will greet you to visit a typical Malay house. At TMCV, we introduce a traditional Malay Kampung(Village) House for one to see inside and outside this simple house.

Mini Fruit Farm
Malaysia has been a melting pot for many races, religions and cultures. It too has been home for some 370 species of edible fruits including exotic ones to suit even the fussiest eater.

TMCV Mini Fruit Farm show you how this trees and plants are and if you are lucky, you see the tree and its fruits. Certain fruits are seasonal but some are processed and made into jelly, gummies, chocolates,ice-creams etc.

Rubber Tree
The Malayan rubber industry has been described as one of the greatest achievements of Western colonial enterprise. Along with tin, it formed the backbone of Malaysia’s economy, and its impact on the landscape was profound. Peninsular Malaysia is among the world’s most important rubber growing areas during those times. However the rubber industries has been decline due to planting of other crops, especially Oil Palm. We show you how rubber milk are collected and treated to a form where it become a raw material and can be easily transported anywhere, stored and eventually transformed to many rubber base products.

Wedding Gallery
Malaysia is made out of variety of race and religion. However, the Malay represent the biggest percentage followed by Chinese and Indian. In this galleria, we present to you the above 3 traditional and cultural costumed used in the respective wedding events.

Wayang Kulit
Wayang means “theater” and kulit means “skin,” referring to the leather that is used to create the intricately carved leather figures that are pressed against a screen to create the shadow play. The puppeteer, or Tok Dalang, sits behind the screen and animates the voice and movements of all of the characters.
We enlighten you to a short explanation of the Show while giving you a look at how the show is done from the front and as well as the back of the stage.

Crystal Gallery
Crystals are formed of the earth through various natural processes. Subjected to tremendous pressure, heat, mechanical methods and chemical weathering, its inner structure begins to accurately take shape and slowly form its outer composition. These natural methods help the crystals retain its powerful properties, including its positive energies that are in sync with the human aura.We show you how crystals help and explain the benefits.

Pewter Casting
Pewter is a malleable metal alloy, with Asian pewters, produced mostly in Malaysia contains a higher percentage of tin, usually 97.5% tin, 1% copper, and 1.5% antimony.Pewter artifacts continue to be produced, mainly as decorative or specialty items.We show you why Pewter tankards are a favorite and it is sure to make your beverage taste smoother.

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