Learn About Our Traditional Culture Through Painting Batik
Batik is the Javanese traditional fabric that are decorated by multiple design and colour. Batik actually is a Javanese slang that consist of two words. From Ba, “Amba” means wide and Tik, “Titik” means dot. At first, Batik was made by puting a lot of dots on a wide fabric and forming beautiful paterns and design. Altough nowadays, Batik is also made by stamp process and printing process which is more modern.
Our guide and driver will meet you at the hotel around 9 AM in the morning. They will bring you to the Roro Jonggrang Batik Makers and Gallery, where the Batik lesson located. It needs around 15 – 30 minutes to come the place. There, you will be introduced to the local people that will help you do the painting process. Follow their instruction as our guide will help you for interpreting and explaining about the process. The painting process will take around one hour until one and a half hour. After that, they will continue further on putting dye and drying the batik you paint. After it is dried, they will deliver the batik you paint to the hotel.
Our Guide and driver will bring you back to the hotel around 10.45 – 11.00. You will arrive around 11.15 – 11.30 in the afternoon. We hope you have learned and experience things related to our culture directly.
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