They give you a very good explanation of how batik is made and then you proceed to making your own. Since I studied fashion design it was really up my alley but I was surprised to see how even my husband enjoyed making one. They let you make whatever you like to make and just assist you in the process. Very relaxed atmosphere and no trying to sell you anything. You pay to make your own batik and if you're interested in buying something extra, you'll have to indicate that yourself since, unlike at some other workshops, they don't try to sell stuff in any way.
Highly recommended when you're into arts and crafts.
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