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BANTING: The Tourism Ministry wants to adopt the Mah Meri cultural village and promote it as an artisan village, said its Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ng Yen Yen.
She added that this would help to showcase the tribe’s skill in traditional wood carving.
The main attraction of the village would be its exhibition of 11 internationally-recognised spiritual and animistic wooden sculptures.
The 11 sculptures, which have earned the Unesco Seal of Excellence, will be showcased with other wood carvings, handmade pieces and customs at the RM3mil cultural village which opened in July last year.
“We want to attract high-end tourists who are willing to fork out thousands of ringgit for the unique pieces,” she said at the cultural village in Carey island here.
Dr Ng said the ministry would seek permission from the original artists to catalogue the sculptures and use the photographs on postcards.
Earlier in Klang, she said the ministry’s state office had been instructed to look into introducing a royal museum trail, which would feature four such museums in the state.
“The trick is not in building the galleries but in filling them with artifacts and making it an interesting experience for everyone,” she said at the Sultan Abdul Aziz royal gallery.
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