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Royal Selangor Pewter Background
This factory started as only a small shop in 1885. But when the British ruled this tin-rich country, it flourished as the British rulers started supporting the craft.
Here, you will see first hand how pewters are cast, polished, soldered and engraved. If you have the time, you can wait to see how the factory’s in house Selberan’s fine jewellery are made.
Pewter Making Workshop
Think you could do better? The folks at Royal Selangor also offers the ‘School of Hard Knocks’ — a pewtersmithing workshop if you want to learn the craft.
With just a few simple tools (hammer, mallet, wooden mould and scraper), you will be guided through the processes of forming, scraping, polishing and packing by experienced pewtersmith to craft your own pewter dish.
Fee starts at RM60 (~$15.4) per person. Advance bookings required. Email [email protected]
Ticket Price / Entrance Fee
How to Get There?
By Taxi / Uber
Taxis/Uber are easily available from any part of the city.
By Light Rapid Transit
Take the Kelana Jaya line, alight at Wangsa Maju station and hop into a taxi to take you to the Visitor Centre.
Free parking. Ample parking space for car, and up to 15 parking bays for coach buses.