Sunday, August 21, 2005

Natural Batik Village, Balok


Hand printed Batik Posted by Picasa

8 comments:

pycnogenol said...

So ikelah and tersendeng is one and the same person, eh? Your 'ikelah' site has managed to attract comments from a couple of bloggers, but unfortunately, you chose not to update.
At this site, 'tersendeng', you have not been too popular, unlike drroza, who was almost an instantaneous hit.
I see that you now use both the names of "ikelah yang tersendeng"
You sure there's no "jinx" to your choice of a blogname???
Anyway, welcome to the circle. Ahlan wasahlan!!!!

kenakelayan said...

lovely batik. possible souvenirs for me friends here.. do they have them as scarves, or tops, or long dresses? prices? heheh. arigatou gozaimasu.

hope sending off went okay. i think tersendeng is okay as a blog name, it might've been pentelun or jabir or cebek or somethin'. *grin*

drroza said...

ikelah=ikan kelah=favorite ikan sungai

tersendeng=malay version of transendence

Have suggested a goovier name= Tranz en Danze

Ikelah said...

At this batik village, u can even design ur own but of course for a price.

they do have scaves, tops, bottoms, long dress, short dress, scanty dress too.... a wide collection.

talking about ikan sungai there r tha lampams, kelah, sebarau, patin, jelawat, kerai, tapah, toman, baung etc. i have tasted all and my favourites are kelah, kerai, jelawat and baung. yummy yummy.

kenakelayan said...

Have you heard of some family legends about being prohibited to eat a certain type of fish due to some ancestors finding gold in one of them way back? On my mother's side it is ikan baung and on my hubby's side it is ikan patin. Nyah nyah. Me? Nothing should get in the way of me and my glorious halal food...

Re batik: bagus ni, I have a friend visiting as well this time round, I'm sure she'd love this batik thingy...

kenakelayan said...

Have you heard of some family legends about being prohibited to eat a certain type of fish due to some ancestors finding gold in one of them way back? On my mother's side it is ikan baung and on my hubby's side it is ikan patin. Nyah nyah. Me? Nothing should get in the way of me and my glorious halal food...

Re batik: bagus ni, I have a friend visiting as well this time round, I'm sure she'd love this batik thingy...

Ikelah said...

yes about the makan thing, i have heard about it. i think its ridiculous. anyway i love eating with them at kenduris. i love ikan baung masak tempoyak cili padi.

i knew a lot of people disagree with kambing as 1 of the dish... panas, darah tinggi, sakit kepala etc. Any how if one decided to prepare a small amout of kambing to those who do not object, what you will find is that the kambing will finish first with those 'kambing panas people licking their fingers'.

as for the batik, i m sure u will find something that will suit u. as for male baju batek, the price range is from rm 40- rm500. it depends on the material and design.

Anonymous said...

Hi there, i saw the batiks and it looks lovely and I have been searching for a place like that. Where exactly is it and do you have the contacts? Kindly email me at ilin@jettv.com.my. I look forward to hearing from you! TQ!