로얄세랑고르의 역사와 제조 방법 등을 볼 수 있는 곳입니다. 또한, 로얄세랑고르 제품이 만들어 지는 것을 직접 보실 수 있고, 실제 체험(체험비 있음)도 할 수 있는 곳입니다. 로얄세랑고르 제품도 구매 할 수 있습니다. 제품 가격은 다른 판매처와 동일하나, 제품의 종류가 매우 다양합니다. 한국어 오디오가이드도 무료로 대여 해 주기 때문에, 오디오가이드를...
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Peace to you🌹
Love liberates, It doesn't just hold- that's just ego. Love liberates. It doesn't bind. Love says, 'I love you. I love you if you're in China. I love you if you're across town. I love you if you're in Harlem. I love you. I would like to be near you. I'd like to have you arms around me. I'd like to hear your voice in my ear. But that's not possible now, so I love you. Go.
Dr. Maya Angleou
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love has got no boundaries
best friends doesn’t have to be human
whoever loves riding may check it out .
Horses are known to be loyal to their owners even if at times the owner can be harsh and hurtful to his horse. Sometimes even if the horse is overworked, this lovely animal still stays with his master. Horses are known to be loyal because in the wild they are essentially protective of the members of their her.
- Jalan ampang hilir
- near all the embassies area
_Royal polo cafe ( stunning view & free to watch greener grass and watching horses routines exercises
“I have come to this planet to learn to love myself more, and to share that love with all those around me,” Louise hay’
love has got no boundaries
friends doesn’t have to be human
the grass looks greener with the star on it
The Royal Selangor polo club located in jalan ampang hilir, where you can learn to ride a horse also I believe that is a good therapy , when you able to tame or control the horse you able to take control of everything.
own your super power
present moment, where you plant the mental seeds for creating new experiences. You’re never stuck, for you can choose new thoughts and new ways of thinking. Your future can always be more positive, more loving and more prosperous. Think about how you’d like to live and what you’d like to accomplish .
I hope my words give you comfort..
As a museum enthusiast, whenever I go to a new place, whenever I have free time, I will always go search out unique local museums in order to visit for a bit. In this regard, the “Royal Selangor Contemporary Pewter Museum” in Kuala Lumpur certainly is this kind of place, with its own story, and is also a place where one can gain knowledge. It is a museum with a sufficient Local flavor.
Our luck wasn’t bad. In the exhibition hall, I bumped into the granddaughter of the creator of the Royal Selangor Museum, Yang Kun. She enthusiastically explained to us the legendary story about how the Pumpkin Tin Teapot behind her in the showcase once saved someone’s life. This Teapot is the only true article of Mr. Kun in the exhibition hall, which does not seem remarkable, but in fact a true treasure of the museum.
Following the guide into the production workshop, we learned that in the majority of tin object production processes - from blank-making to polishing to carving, the processes all require artisans to manually carry out operations to accomplish the process at hand. Though it does not seem difficult, actually trying to do these things is something completely different. At the “Pewter Pounding work area” we experienced the process for making a tin bowl with our own hands, in the very first step of preparing a round tin plate using a lead board where we would beat in our own name, I did this part wrong twice.
Then, re-using a traditional wood mallet and matrix, the tin plate is slowly beaten so that it becomes a shallow disk shape. Then this is finally exchanged for a somewhat deeper mold and more striking is carried out in order to form the tin bow. According to what was said, this is the earliest process, but it wasn’t simple in any way, and is tightly attuned to skill, technique, and patience. Regardless of whether the tin bowl that we produced in the end is beautiful or not, at least during this handcrafting processes full of clanking sounds, everyone was happy on the inside.
It was a very informative and interesting tour of the Pewter industry. Highlighting the history & incredible craftsmanship by the factory staff. To view the processes involved & know it was all handmade gave a new found appreciation. Especially seeing some stunning end products in the display room. Ravi our tour guide was very polite & informative & quite funny too which made the tour even more enjoyable. Too bad you can’t request him as your guide.