Noor Arfa Craft Complex, Kuala Terengganu

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  • It has the dirtiest and most horrifying smell toilet which I have ever come across. Toilet is near its carpark. Some of crafted textile sold here are not locally made. They may be imported from... 
    It has the dirtiest and most horrifying smell toilet which I have ever come across. Toilet is near its carpark. Some of crafted textile sold here are not locally made. They may be imported from...  more »
  • Make time during your trip to visit this lovely craft centre. You can see how they do Batik printing and even have a go yourself. There are demonstrations on hand drawn batik as well as glass... 
    Make time during your trip to visit this lovely craft centre. You can see how they do Batik printing and even have a go yourself. There are demonstrations on hand drawn batik as well as glass...  more »
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  • This complex has THE DIRTIEST TOILET I have ever come across. Oh my!!! This dirtiest toilet in the world is situated within their parking lot. The other item that puzzles me is that they are selling crafted textiles from Pakistan. You wouldn't know if you don't ask them. They should be promoting and selling locally-made textiles and crafted by Malaysians. That is what the complex is all about. The other thing is that the imported crafted textiles are not cheap even though the quality is below our very own crafted textile!!!
  • This is the place if you want to look for some Terengganu souvenirs. Batik prints from Terengganu in a variety of colours, shapes and sizes. Shirts for the gentlemen, kaftan, blouses and sarongs for the ladies. Children are not left out too. On some days, batik printing using the traditional metal block dipped wax would be on show for visitors. Interestingly, there are chalets for visitors to rent by the riverbank.

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