What does it take to save Malaysia's handicraft sector amid the pandemic?


Handicrafts are part of a nation’s tangible cultural heritage and play an important role in tourism development too. Tourists, local and international, often purchase handicrafts as cultural souvenirs. - Photos: Filepic

Being one of the world’s most culturally vibrant melting pot, Malaysia is brimming with diverse heritage and traditions. One needs only look at the colourful traditional handicrafts available here to get a sense of the country’s multicultural essence.

Handicrafts are part of a nation’s tangible cultural heritage and play an important role in tourism development too. Tourists, local and international, often purchase handicrafts as cultural souvenirs.

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