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52 undiscovered experiences: Arts & Entertainment

Unleash your inner culture vulture with the best art, music and theatre experiences

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Make your way to Pulau Carey for sculptures and spiritual healing
  • Things to do
  • Klang
South of Port Klang is Pulau Carey, a combination of oil palm plantations and Orang Asli outpost. The island is home to the indigenous Mah Meri people, who are known for their intricate wood carvings of spirit animals, which are sometimes used for spiritual healing. Made from nyireh batu, a rare mangrove hardwood found on the island, the sculptures have been known to fetch pretty prices in the art world. For a different day out, drive over and seek out the wood carvers.
Discover local art in the Bank Negara Malaysia Museum and Art Gallery
  • Art
  • Galleries
  • KL City Centre
You’d easily look past the imposing Sasana Kijang – gleaming with glass and steel that resemble songket motifs – and not realise there’s a hidden art gallery inside. Here lies the famous works by familiar names like Abdullah Ariff, Khalil Ibrahim, Redza Piyadasa and Chang Fee Ming. The bank’s art collection is a good summary of local art from the last few decades.
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