Malaysia is a fascinating destination rich in history and cultural heritage. Visitors looking for gifts or mementoes would be spoilt for choice as Malaysia offers an astounding array of unique souvenirs for you to take home and remember Malaysia by.

Perennial favourites include batik pieces, songket, pewterware, woodcarvings and items made of dried ‘mengkuang’ (pandanus) leaves. Souvenirs related to Islamic heritage and culture such ‘khat’ (Islamic calligraphy) pieces, Mushaf art, carved wooden rehal as well as women’s Islamic clothing and accessories such as ‘telekung’ (prayer outfit), hijab and caftans are especially popular with Muslim visitors.


Beryl’s is a home grown premium chocolate brand made from cocoa beans imported from Ghana. Certified Halal by the Department of Islamic Development Malaysia, Beryl’s chocolates bear Malaysia Halal logo and its retail presence can be spotted at KLIA, KLCC and other leading shopping malls. Beryl’s chocolate has been one of the most popular souvenir items for Muslim tourists coming to Malaysia and the company also receives tourist groups at its Beryl’s Chocolate Wonderland factory housenfor those who want to learn more about chocolate production and shop for chocolate souvenirs at great prices.


CUFICA is a lifestyle brand that focuses on creating products that are clean and simple, perfect for our current lifestyle. We strive to make only the best products while spreading good moral values through our artworks and design ideas. Our company and brand ‘Cufica’ is made by brothers and sisters of Islam.

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A place to shop for Malaysia’s contemporary calligraphic art pieces . Diwani Kraf houses an array of works from local artists in many sizes and forms. The place also hosts calligraphy classes from time to time.


Collection of exclusive Islamic Calligraphy, Oil Paintings, Canvas Print Calligraphy & Gifts for all occasions. Also an exclusive Islamic boutique that serves Muslimin and Muslimat attire.


In the quest to further strengthen the growth and development of the craft industry, the Malaysian Handicraft Development Corporation (Perbadanan Kemajuan Kraftangan Malaysia) or Kraftangan Malaysiawas set up on the 1st October 1979, under the Act 222. It has been more than three decades since and the craft industry in Malaysia has been ever challenging and growing, benefitting both the craftsmen and the users.


Modern Islamic Calligrapher store focuses on Kufi Square art… turning the most ancient Arabic calligraphy into the modern and contemporary art expressions.