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Royal Selangor Visitor Centre    

  4, Jalan Usahawan 6, Setapak Jaya, 53300, Kuala Lumpur, Kuala Lumpur | Visit Website |   03-4145 6000
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4.5   (3,708)

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Standing majestically with its modern urban design, Royal Selangor Visitor Centre is an awarding-winning go-to place to experience pewter, both as a beautiful piece to be admired and as a craft. Explore the events that will put you in the thick of the tin rush in colonial Malaya, and the founding in 1885 of Royal Selangor, maker of the world’s finest pewter.

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What to Expect?

Located about 20 minutes from central Kuala Lumpur, the Royal Selangor Visitor Centre provides visitors with an amazing insight into the art of pewter making and the country’s pewter industry.

Uncover the secrets of pewtersmithing through stimulating exhibits on the nature of pewter and exciting craft workshops. Indulge in our vast range of quality pewterware, or fine jewellery by Selberan and sterling silver by Comyns, Royal Selangor’s sister brands.

Recognised as one of the top tourist attractions in Kuala Lumpur, the visitor centre has won multiple awards.

The center is divided into several galleries and the main highlights include:

- The Workshop/Foundry – Use traditional tools to craft your own pewter and bring home your own masterpiece

- Live demos – Watch how pewter casting, polishing, assembling, crafting and engraving is done

- Museum exhibits – Tells the history of pewter and the story of the modern-day pewter industry in Malaysia

- The Comyns Archive – Contains over 35,000 artifacts from one of the oldest silversmiths from the United Kingdom, whose hallmark can be traced to 1645.

- Science Discovery Gallery – Learn about the properties and applications of pewter material.

- Giant Tankard – World’s largest pewter tankard.

- Petronas Twin Towers replica – Made of 7,000 individual tankards, museum exhibits and live demos on pewter crafting.

- Chamber of Chimes – Hear the different sounds produced by pewter chimes.

- Hall of Finishes – Touch and feel the different types of pewter textures

- Cafeteria - A nice and cosy cafeteria to wind down your day after the visit.

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 Address:   4, Jalan Usahawan 6, Setapak Jaya, 53300, Kuala Lumpur, Kuala Lumpur

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03-4145 6000

Everyday 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

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  Reviews 4.5   (3,708)
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    Bkjab Litherland

    in the last week

    This is a must do. The museum tour was great. The walk through watching people working the pewter was very informative. Also did the foundry which was amazing working with the pewter. Spent over 4 hours here but could be done quicker lunch at Cafe was delicious.

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    a week ago

    What a Hidden gem in KL! I knew this place through a foreign tourist recently and I guess many of us (locals) dont even know this place! Highly recommended, friendly and patient guide will give a 30-45 mins explanation on the history of Royal Selangor, and it is free of charge. After visit, you can relax and have coffee/ cakes and the cafe, the price is very affordable compare to standard cafes with good quality / serviced provided.

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    Dan Vardell

    a month ago

    Tour working pewter shop and see history of pewter production in Malaysia. They have a 'Make your own bowl' pewter crafting experience. The Cafe is quite nice and you can find nice pewter craft gifts in the factory shop. I'm not clear how many people really want $1000 handcrafted statues of Thor or Batman, but they also have quite nice selection of functional gifts like decorative decanters, glasses, tea sets.

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    Jonson Chong

    a month ago

    A very impressive visitor centre. It should be called a museum! And it's got a great cafe, not to mention a shopping gallery with all Royal Selangor items. I highly recommend it to everybody, both tourists and KL natives alike.

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    Regina Rajendran

    3 months ago

    A lovely experience! They have their guided tours that are free but they also have two options for paid workshops. We did The School of Hard Knocks(RM75 per person) in which you make a small bowl and this is something even children can do. The Foundry workshop is for those 15 and up and you'll create a more intricate item.

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