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Located centrally in Padang Matsirat and close to the Langkawi International Airport, Atma Alam Batik Art Village is a complex that showcases a wide array of exclusively handmade as well as block printed batik art that includes dress materials, paintings and handicraft products.
The long L-shaped single storied building set up in a half-acre sprawling compound has been built in traditional Malaysian architecture with slanted triangular roofs. It has been established by the couple Aza Osman (an oil painter) and his wife Roshadah Yusof, also known as Sada who herself is a reputed Batik artist and designer. They moved to Langkawi together in 1987 and founded the Batik Art Village. They both live and work here. Aza spent 15 years in Europe, mostly in Italy. Having studied and learned fine arts, he returned to his homeland to share his experience and skills.
Sada, on the other hand, had been a self-taught well-established batik artist. Her batik artwork is commissioned at most of the luxury resorts in the island. There is also a cafe where you can have coffee with homemade cookies and cakes.
If you are travelling by air, the nearest airport is the Langkawi International Airport (IATA: LGK, ICAO: WMKL), which is an airport in Padang Matsirat, Langkawi, Kedah, Malaysia. Atma Alam Batik Art Village is located only 2 km from the Langkawi International Airport.
Atma Alam Batik Art Village is located Padang Matsirat (near the Petronas fuel station) and on the road Jalan Padang Matsirat. Choice of public transportation is limited in Langkawi. However, you can find a taxi easily at the airport. In addition, Uber and Grab are now available in Langkawi. The best way to get to Atma Alam Batik Art Village is by rented car or by getting in a taxi.
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