Like Malaysian Batik, Our Training Packages for Expats Come in Two Types

Batik is an inherent part of Malaysian identity. However, despite its widespread popularity in the country, not all batik-lovers are familiar with the painstaking process needed to create this invaluable heritage.
The value of a batik is determined by the length of time taken to produce it. There are two different types of batik: batik tulis, which literally means “written batik” and batik cap (stamped batik). Of these two, batik tulis is more involved, requires more time and precision and is thus more costly. 


*The above package pricing reflects sessions being conducted through videoconferencing tools. Face-to-face training within the Klang valley or in other states within Malaysia will incur additional charges. 
**All package prices include government taxes

You can also choose one of our package add-ons

  • Kuala Lumpur city tour

  • Batik painting class

  • 20-Hour Bahasa Melayu language class