Pahang Art Museum
Pahang Art Museum is located nearby the Sultan Ahmad Shah 1 Mosque and opposite of the Shariah court. The museum is a must-visit destination for art lovers. It hosts a variety of interesting exhibits in the form of visual art, photography, crafts or sculpture.
The collections here include the production of the local artists such as Sivarajah Natarajan, Roslan Ahmad, Sunan Sugio, C Tuck Lee, Sharifah Kirana and Mohamad Nor to name a few. To date, there are eight exhibition for the visitors to feast their eyes on. Those exhibits are Ceramics Exhibition, Tenun Pahang Diraja Exhibition, Etching Painting exhibition, Orang Asli Exhibition, Mak Yong Exhibition, Kaabah Exhibition, Wayang Kulit Exhibition and East Coast Exhibition of Art and Culture.
Image by: ECAiR – East Coast Artist in Residence
Monday – Thursday : 9.30 a.m – 5.00 p.m
Friday : 9.30 a.m – 12.15 noon & 2.45 pm – 5.00 pm
Saturday – Sunday : Closed
Adult : RM 4.00
Children : Free
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This visit gave me a sense of the culture and lifestyle of the East coast Malay communities and the aboriginal people. The family remains the basic unit of society and their existence is in compliance to the laws of nature. In this Zeitgeist of fast-paced technological obsolence, there is much to learn from their customs and traditions.
The Pahang Art Museum displays some of the regions finest art work and also works closely with artisans to ensure that the old skills are passed down to the new generation and continue to flourish. It is a must visit for anyone who is interested in eastern art and textiles.
Taman Gelora is a recreational park that is located next to Royal Pahang Golf Course. The park offers a picturesque and peaceful environment for visitors who go there to do light exercise and intense workout.
Natural Batik Village is located nearby the Balok Beach. The village is sure to give the visitors a taste of anything batik related. There are plenty of shops selling the high quality handicrafts made from batik and the textiles itself.