Muzium Tekstil Sarawak (Textiles Museum Of Sarawak)
Jalan Tun Abang Haji Openg, 93000 Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia
About Muzium Tekstil Sarawak (Textiles Museum Of Sarawak)
The museum displays the textiles made by local communities in Sarawak, as well as traditional costumes and accessories. It also showcases the stages of textile manufacturing processes.
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The largest among the 13 states of Malaysia, with an area almost equal to that of Peninsular Malaysia, Sarawak is located in northwest Borneo Island and is bordered by the Malaysian state of Sabah to the northeast, Kalimantan (the Indonesian portion of Borneo) to the south, and Brunei in the north.