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I had to shout through a glass panel to get the ticket. The guy said something about not having a “storyteller” because ownership is changing and I thought, fine, I don’t like guides and presumably they’re just trying to justify the exorbitant R100k entry fee....More
Located on the top floor of the shopping centre you will still have to climb a flight of steps to get to the actual museum. Rp100k for tourists gets you a guide that walks round with you and explains the different forms of Batik. There...More
The museum of kain (cloth museum) is actually a personal collection and reflection of life story of a renowned batik designer Bin. The museum does not only show how batik is being made but also the history and culture of Indonesia through the pattern in...More
We would not going to respect what we have if we never know how rich&precious our treasure was.
We had a very helpful guide. Inside it was mystical, our guide shares so many stories behind the making of batik and their surprising story behind every...More
Mrs Bin has another success with Museum Kain . I have visited several of her Shops including the one in Raffles Hotel in Singapore and find the Textiles top Quality . However they are not run of the mill so you must expect to pay...More
I went to this museum in the night. It opened until 7.30 pm and it is located inside a very big mall in Kuta, Bali. Inside the museum you can see a lot of unique batik from 19th century up to modern time batik. The...More
Museum Kain (Cloth Museum) is privately owned by an Indonesian famous Batik collector and designer, Obin. Admission fee: 50.000 IDR (for Indonesian ID) and 100.000 IDR (around 10 USD for Non-Indonesian ID). It definitely is worth the experience. It shows mostly Indonesian traditional cloth pattern,...More