Make your mark at the gigantic Central Market Kuala Lumpur drop pin. Located right at the iconic blue façade of Central Market, this arch stands as tall and wide as 14x23 feet and makes a great photo opportunity for everyone to get creative with. Come during the day when the structure shines bright or snap few photos at night when it sparkles with lights to let people know you’ve been here!
If you fancy something more unique than your average spa, then visit Central Market’s very own Fish Spa. The Fish Spa, also known as a fish pedicure, involves patrons dipping their feet in a tub of water filled with small fishes that nibble on dead skin cells. A little ticklish at start, it gets more fun after that and the best part is your feet will be ever thankful for these little treat! The Fish Spa is located at Lorong Kolonial, Ground Floor, Central Market.
Make fun and cheery art at Ainna Artwok and uncover the exotic and unique forms of Malaysian batik art. Here, every piece of batik is designed by their in-house artist, so the work is more unusual than you will see in many batik shops in the market. The batik is also created with brilliant designs of colours reflecting the tropical Malaysian landscape. For those interested to learn the art of batik, a special DIY Batik Art Workshop is held daily. Ainna Artwok is located at Lot 1.03A, Central Market Annexe.
Discover the ancient art of henna with simple yet fancy designs. Made from the henna plant, this temporary ‘tattoo’ is made of natural-dye which washes off in less than two weeks. For some henna art, we invite you to drop by Unique Art Of Henna and allow the henna artists to work their magic on you. Charges depend on designs and can vary from RM20-RM40 per hand. Unique Art Of Henna is located at Little India, Ground Floor, Central Market.
Would you like to jump into a painting and give it a whole new twist? Well you certainly can do it now at the illusion 3D Art Museum! Located at Central Market Annexe, the museum offers an exciting place to get creative. With more than 36 paintings, visitors can enjoy a fun and amazing gallery that brings art to live through a vibrant showcase of lovely 3D paintings and augmented reality video. With all sorts of crazy poses to get that perfect photo, visitors can lookout for photo tips to help make the most of their visit!
For fresh advice and to uncover good fortune for your life, visit Master Chin Palm Reading at Lorong Cina. Whether you are looking for a fun way to get to know yourself or perhaps you are looking for something more insightful about your life, work and happiness, make your visit to Master Chin Palm Reading and get some expert advice.
Relax, unwind and treat yourself for a therapeutic massage at Manjakaki. With its comfortable and relaxing ambience, Manjakaki promises an indulgent way to spoil you away. From special spa massages for hand and foot care and more, you will truly enjoy an unforgettable experience in a clean, safe and friendly environment. So take your stress off shopping and pamper yourself at Manjakaki Foot Reflexology and Spa, Central Market Mezzanine Floor.
This is a special kind of art also referred to as “Name on Rice” which provides name engraving on rice using a fountain pen. The engraved name on the rice is then sealed in plastic, crystal or glass casing - depending on customers’ requests. The engraved rice in the casing can be accessorized and customized into a necklace, bracelet, keychain and mobile strap. Prices start from RM16. Designs and casings can be customised according to preferences and budget.
Calligraphy, literally meaning “beautiful writing”, is a form of visual art widely practiced and revered in the Chinese cultural sphere. To this day, Chinese calligraphy has remained important among the Chinese. To learn more about this ancient Chinese art visit NK22 S&Y Gallery at Central Market Ground Floor.
The Chinese seal which refers to seal carving or seal cutting is actually an ancient form of Chinese art from China. The Chinese seal is considered one of the “four treasured arts” in the Chinese culture, alongside painting, calligraphy and poetry. In the early days, the Chinese seal was used as a stamp of approval for official documents to works of art. To learn more about this ancient art, visit KU26 to discover more.
If you are looking for a place to relax and relish some good old music memories, Colonial Bar & Restaurant is the place to visit. Here, live bands are the main focus with a 3-Piece band playing a variety of retro tunes from the 80s and 90s every weekend from 8pm onwards.