Pulau Keladi Cultural Village

Here comes an attraction for culture seekers – Pulau Keladi Cultural Village located about 15 minutes away from the royal town of the state, Pekan. This is the village where former Prime Minister, Tun Abdul Razak was born. While the village comprises mostly kampung-style houses, culture seekers will also find Tun Abdul Razak Memorial Hall and the Pahang Silk Weaving Centre here.

The exact duplication of traditional Malay village-style houses, visitors can spend some time here to take great pictures. There are plenty of activities scheduled to keep visitors entertained. And you can spend time to watch the complex art of silk weaving. For your convenience, there are a couple of facilities within the cultural village such as handicraft and souvenir kiosks, exhibition and display centre, service counter, food stalls, restrooms and ample car parking.


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