A wide range of hand-painted batik.
Diamonds being sealed on a bracelet.
Goldsmith maker, Pak Cu Roni is one of my favourite stops. I get to see the making from melting the gold until it became a gold ring. I even managed to see how the diamonds are being put on a bracelet complete with crafted-name.
Kelantan Art Gallery had just been opened to public for about five months, and the pieces that are being put up was incredible. The paintings were eye-catching. Though the place might be a little small, but improvement are in progress.
Fresly baked bahulu.
Delicious treats like Bahulu & Akok are fresly made here. This cottage industry is one of the ways to increase their household income. Freshly made is better than machine-made treats. By far, you can smell the sweetness of the batter being baked.
Craftsman making a crafts out of woods.
Wood craft A. Rahman, is a craftsman for wood products. Be it wooden door, mirrors frame or any sculptures made from wood, he is your guy. This woodsman craft is located at Kampung Panjang, Banggu. They even made reservation and requests for design.
Can you see the thick sauce over the chicken?
Yes, I am hungry now. Damn.
Have you heard of a dish called Nasi Tumpang? It is rice cooked packed like Nasi Impit, put with some dishes like sambal udang or chicken rendang, fold it in with banana leaves. The reason for inventing this dishes is for food supply for those who travel far.
By night, we get to stay at the prominence Tok Aman Bali Resort. The only 4-star hotel that is available in Kelantan.
The inside view as you step in towards the swimming pool.
Nice sunset view by the lake.
Till next stories.