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Malaysian Watercolour Space – Dedicated to showcasing the …
    Perak In Watercolour 2.0. Malaysia-China Artists Exchange & Exhibition Featuring 42 Artists from Malaysia and China. See Event Schedule Here. Perak In Watercolour 2.0 16 Dec 2018 – 1 Jan 2019. GRAYHAUS SOHO Ipoh 119 Jalan Sultan Idris Shah, Taman Jubilee, 30000 Ipoh. See Our Location.

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    The Malaysian Watercolour Society.
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100+ Art – Watercolour Paintings of Singapore & Malaysia …
    Jul 20, 2019 – Explore Bintoro’s board “Art – Watercolour Paintings of Singapore & Malaysia” on Pinterest. See more ideas about watercolor paintings, art, watercolor art.

710 Art – Malaysian ideas art, painting, malaysian
    Yong Look Lam is a watercolor artist from Malaysia. He was born in 1962, Klang. He showed interest in watercolor at the earlier ages and he studied art from the Kuala Lumpur college of art. His artworks are amazingly related to the normal world and society.709 pins

Watercolor – Stickerrific – Malaysia
    Stationery store focusing on journaling, fountain pens, watercolour, postcards, copperplate calligraphy, brush lettering and journaling based in Malaysia. We also run weekly art workshops!

16 Young Upcoming Local Artists Whose Art Will Mesmerize …
    Jul 03, 2015 · Each are pretty much the latest to burst into the local art scene. Tan Lu Man and Yuki Tham Yoke In are from the Dasein Academy of Art while Nazri Tahir and Husni Othman are from MARA University of Technology (UiTM) respectively. Whisper by Yuki Tham Yoke In. Hujung Minggu by Husni Othman.
    Dot Daisy by Tan Lu Man.

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PWCS – Penang Water Colour Society




Dear All,

We have organised 20 Online Auctions and an Exhibition on WAA! since November last year.

It was actually meant to be a temporary measure to counter the non-productive activities during the lockdown. However, it seems that online activities have become an important part of the new normal life. As such, we urge all members to grab this opportunity to work together and showcase our watercolours to others. For the past 9 months, we constantly received non-members’ (local and overseas artists) requests to post their works on WAA! but we politely reclined as we want to reserve this platform specially for PWCS members only. So let’s make this our special privilege as a member who can post on WAA! to show the world our watercolours. Together let’s make PWCS a notable branding in watercolour world.

We also have a plan to use WAA! for members to showcase their works in the form of mini Solo or in small groups of 2 to 5. We hope members will give the support and actively participate once we get the Rules and Terms drafted.

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Artist: Tan Tee Hean
Title: Heritage building in Penang
Year: 2021
Media: watercolour on paper
Size: 28 x 38 cm

Artist: Tan Tee Hean
Title: Fishing Boats Near River Bank

Year: 2021
Media: watercolour on paper
Size: 28 x 38 cm

Tan Tee Hean, PWCS ordinary member and also Hon. Auditor of PWCS.

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Artist: Lim Lee Kin
Title: Soul of Nature
Year: 2019
Media: watercolour on paper
Size: 35 x 53 cm

Artist: Lim Lee Kin
Title: Stay Together Stay Strong
Year: 2021
Media: watercolour on paper
Size: 76 x 56 cm

Lim Lee Kin, PWCS ordinary member and currently serve as Hon. Secretary of PWCS Committee

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Artist: Lee Eng Beng
Title: If no Covid….
Year: 2021
Media: watercolour on paper
Size: 78 x 78 cm

Artist: Lee Eng Beng
Title: Pintal Tali, Penang
Year: 2020
Media: watercolour on paper
Size: 53 x 108 cm

Lee Eng Beng, PWCS ordinary member based in Penang

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Artist: Lim Jee Yuan
Title: Chew Clan Jetty I
Year: 2021
Media: watercolour on paper
Size: 54 x 39 cm

Artist: Lim Jee Yuan
Title: Chew Clan Jetty II
Year: 2021
Media: watercolour on paper

Size: 54 x 39 cm

Lim Jee Yuan, PWCS ordinary member and also committee member of PWCS. Photo courtesy of Francis Phuah

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Artist: Loo Hooi Nam
Title: High Noon
Year: 2020
Media: watercolour on paper
Size: 40 x 40 cm

Artist: Loo Hooi Nam
Title: Joyfully Morning
Year: 2020
Media: watercolour on paper
Size: 40 x 40 cm

Loo Hooi Nam, one of the senior PWCS ordinary member based in Sungai Petani, Kedah

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Artist: Koay Shao Peng
Title: Glowing Moment
Year: 2019
Media: watercolour on cardboard
Size: 58 x 38 cm

Artist: Koay Shao Peng
Title: Dance of New Generation
Year: 2010
Media: watercolour on paper
Size: 76 x 56 cm

Koay Shao Peng, PWCS ordinary member and senior art educator since 1985. He is also the chairman of Balik Pulau Art Society

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Artist: Lee Weng Khim
Title: Reflection I
Year: 2017
Media: watercolour on paper
Size: 56 x 56 cm

Artist: Lee Weng Khim
Title: Reflection II
Year: 2017
Media: watercolour on paper
Size: 56 x 56 cm

Lee Weng Khim, PWCS ordinary member and also founder of Dream Art Centre

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Artist: Choh Kiat Siong
Title: Kedai Biskut Hoe Hoe
Year: 2021
Media: watercolour on paper
Size: 59 x 84 cm

Artist: Choh Kiat Siong
Title: Guang Fu Gong Temple
Year: 2021
Media: watercolour on paper
Size: 59 x 84 cm

Choh Kiat Siong, PWCS ordinary member based in Alor Setar, Kedah. He is the secretary of Contemporary Malaysian Watercolourists Association & Northern Malaysia Watercolour Society, member of Malaysian Watercolour Society and Penang Art Society

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Artist: Choh Kok Kheong
Title: Home Sweet Home
Year: 2019
Media: watercolour on paper
Size: 38 x 56 cm

Artist: Choh Kok Kheong
Title: My Sweet Home
Year: 2018
Media: watercolour on paper
Size: 38 x 56 cm

Choh Kok Kheong, PWCS ordinary member based in Alor Setar, Kedah. He is the proprietor of Evergreen Gallery, founder member of Malaysian Watercolour Organization, Chairman of Northern Malaysia Watercolour Society and member of Singapore Watercolour Society

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How to Paint Pumpkins in Watercolour with Cassie Wong | The Artsy Craftsy

Malaysian self-taught artist, Cassie Wong took over The Artsy Craftsy Instagram last month and taught us how to paint pumpkins with watercolour. Halloween may have come and gone, but this tutorial is perfect for the Fall season especially if you are in the mood of a watercolor painting project. In the takeover, Cassie has included some simple watercolour tips and what sort of watercolour art supplies you will need to prepare for this fun watercolour painting process. Here’s a recap of Cassie’s watercolour tutorial.

Cassie Takes Over

Hello there! My name is Cassie, I am also known as @cassielelolea, which is a name that I use on all my artworks. I am glad to be on board @theartsycraftsy Instagram takeover for the next 3 days. Thank you for having me @iamshialynn.I am a self-taught artist based in Kuala Lumpur, and I am the founder of @leartshop. The mediums that I frequently used are watercolour, oil paints and domestic paints when I need to work on wall murals. I will be sharing a time lapse on how to do a watercolour painting.

Learn How to Paint Pumpkins in Watercolour

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Art Supplies to prepare:

1. A medium or bigger size round brush or a mop brush, depending and how big is your paper size. I’m using a size 8 round brush and a size 4 mop brush.⁠
2. Watercolour paper. I’m using a 300gsm, 100% cotton paper⁠
3. Watercolours! The colours that I’m using in this painting are: Schmincke Transparent Orange, Daniel Smith Undersea Green, Van Gogh Gamboge and Sepia⁠
4. A jar of water⁠
5. Kitchen towel or a rag⁠

1. I started off the first layer with a mid/ lighter tone – a mixture with more water over pigment. ⁠
2. Then, work layer by layer to build up the values and depth.
3. For the detailing, I up the colour intensity by creating a mixture of higher pigment but lesser water.⁠
4. Do have fun and don’t worry about getting it perfect. Keeping your painting loose helps to release the tension some people might have and the feeling of intimidation by just looking at something they are about to paint. Remember, painting or creating art should be enjoyable.⁠

Now it’s your turn to try. Hope you enjoy the painting process.

Tips on Watercolour Art Supplies

Here’s how the final painting looks like.

Pro Tip 1
Watercolour is a relatively affordable medium to start with. All you need is a basic set of watercolours, or just get the primary colours in tubes or half pans to start off with. You can mix almost any colours with the primaries. ⁠

Pro Tip 2
I would definitely advise to use decent watercolour papers – you can save on paints, but not on papers if you are doing watercolour painting. Cheap papers are gonna give you hell when you work your way through, trust me. You will need to get papers that can handle and take in water. 100% cotton paper is what I would recommend.⁠

Pro Tip 3
For modestly priced quality art supplies, do check out @leartshop⁠

Questions are most welcome. You can DM me at @cassielelolea.⁠ If you are painting this, please feel free to share with us and tag us @cassielelolea and @theartsycraftsy

Happy painting!

Thank you, Cassie for sharing your watercolour tips and tutorial!

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BRUSH – PAPER – WATER: Two Views of Malaysia –

Keseng Village
watercolor, 12″ x 18″ (30cm x 45cm)
Ismail KadirCalm
watercolor, 18″ x 24″ (45cm x 60cm)
Phang Chew

Ismail Kadir and Phang Chew, two very talented and accomplished watercolorists, share a love of the Malaysian countryside but focus on different aspects of the world around them. However, with wide-ranging interests, neither artist is confined to a single subject, and their work overlaps in some areas. Both are also open to experimenting and pushing their work in new directions.

Phang Chew teaches painting and exhibits his work regularly. He has exhibited widely throughout East Asia — Thailand, China, Korea, Taiwan, and Japan, as well as Malaysia — and his work was included in the 2010 Shanghai Zhujiajiao International Watercolour Biennial Exhibition.

Phang Chew’s portfolio:

Scene from the Countryside, 18″ x 24″ (45cm x 60cm)
Scene from the Cave of Happiness, 18″ x 24″ (45cm x 60cm)
Hillside Sheepfold, 21″ x 30″ (54cm x 78cm)
Duckling Pond, 27″ x 33″ (69cm x 84cm)
Houses Beyond the Pond, 21″ x 29″ (54cm x 74cm)
Stream in the Woods, 21″ x 30″ (54cm x 78cm)

Ismail Kadir also teaches and exhibits regularly. His work has also been included in exhibits throughout East Asia, and he has been invited to the Lushan International Art Festival in Shanghai and Lushan, China since its inception three years ago. He was featured in a full-length article in the June 2009 issue of Watercolor Artist magazine and contributed a painting to the Art vs. Oil Spill disaster relief efforts.

Ismail Kadir’s portfolio:

My Village Series #1, 12″ x 18″ (30cm x 45cm) Kg Atas Paloh #4, 12″ x 18″ (30cm x 45 cm) Pantai Mek Mas Village, 12″ x 18″ (30cm x 45cm)
Pulau Kundur, 22″ x 30″ (56cm x 76cm) Pengkalan Ikan Pulau Gajah, 12″ x 18″ (30cm x 45cm) Genting, 22″ x 30″ (56cm x 76cm)

Please visit Phang’s blog to see more of his work. You can visit Ismail’s blog to see more of his work, but he has posted most of his recent work on his Facebook profile and welcomes you to view his photo albums there.

Malaysian artists go ‘Back To Nature’ at reopening of Penang art gallery

Alex Leong poses for a photo with his paintings during an interview regarding his work being previewed here at The Art Gallery, Pulau Tikus October 15, 2021. — Pictures by Sayuti Zainudin

GEORGE TOWN, Oct 19 ― The Art Gallery in Penang reopened its doors on October 15 with a group art exhibition titled “Back to Nature” featuring 10 local artists.

Gallery owner Tan Ee Lene said they chose the theme in appreciation of Nature as over the last one and a half years, many took to Nature-based activities such as hiking and gardening.

The exhibition, which is until October 31, features 28 artworks by 10 local artists using various mediums from batik painting to ceramic sculpture.

The 10 are Alex Leong (Penang), Alice Loo (Perak), Da Niu (Kedah), Ho Chung Kwang (Penang), Koay Sheng Tat (Penang), Lee Eng Beng (Penang), Lim Anuar (Kuala Lumpur), Lim Jee Yuen (Kuala Lumpur), Thanesh Kichi (Selangor) and Vincent Phang (Penang).

Tan said she informed the artists of the group exhibition early this year with a plan to hold it in June but it was postponed due to the lockdown.

“The idea was for the artists to showcase their ideas on Nature and what inspires them,” she said.

K. Thanesh shows two of his sculptures during an interview regarding his work being previewed here at The Art Gallery, Pulau Tikus October 15, 2021.

One of the sculptors, Thanesh, produced two ceramic sculptures titled “Earth and Us” that featured contrasting dark and bright colours.

“My sculptures tell the story of everyone and our connection with Nature, I want to show the harmonious part of Nature and that is why I use ceramics it is a medium that uses all five senses to create, sometimes we even taste it,” he said.

Another artist, Alex Leong, showcased three of his works from his series called “Patchwork Quilts for Nature.”

His watercolour paintings, like colourful patchwork quilts of Nature combined to create ethereal and fantastical works, were his message of healing for the world.

“My message is expressed through the dry-on-dry technique of watercolour painting, healing the world gradually,” he said.

The patchwork quilt idea was inspired by an old tradition when the parents of a newborn child would go from house to house of their relatives and friends to collect fabrics or rags which are then eventually used to sew a patchwork quilt for the child.

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“The idea is to accept the blessings of hundreds of families, thus, protecting the child from misfortune,” he said.

Another watercolour artist, Lee Eng Beng, who is known for his streetscapes and urban heritage building watercolour paintings tried his hand at painting Nature for the group exhibition.

Lee Eng Beng shows his painting during an interview regarding his work being previewed here at The Art Gallery, Pulau Tikus October 15, 2021.

He painted a scene from the Penang Botanic Gardens, depicting a serene scene of a stream below the bridge at the gardens which is usually crowded with families picnicking there during pre-pandemic times.

Lee said the pandemic has affected mankind but it can also be seen as a time for Nature to heal from the destructive nature of humans.

Up and rising batik artist Lim Anuar, also submitted works featuring village scenes of children playing outdoors reminiscent of pre-pandemic times.

Another artist, Da Niu submitted works featuring the lotus flower in bloom as an analogy on people finding strength to overcome the challenges presented by the pandemic to “bloom” again like the lotus flower.

“So, my message is that together we can fight this war,” he said, of his paintings.

The exhibition is open to visitors by appointment only from 2pm to 5pm daily until October 31. Visitors will need to call 012-6041434 or email to [email protected] to book an appointment.

According to Tan, the gallery has been receiving appointments from their regular art collectors wanting to visit the exhibition.

“I have sent out our exhibition materials to our collectors and supporters and so far, we have sold five paintings to collectors from overseas and in Kuala Lumpur,” she said.

She hoped that with the lifting of the interstate travel ban, more collectors from other states will visit the exhibition and this will provide the much needed income to the participating artists.

Vincent Phang poses for a photo with his paintings during an interview regarding his work being previewed here at The Art Gallery, Pulau Tikus October 15, 2021.

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Eurekart Studio: From watercolour paintings to enamel pins | Life

Nur Ashikin binti Hussin, or Eureka loves to paint even though she’s busy studying for her masters in architecture. — Pictures by Choo Choy May

KUALA SELANGOR, Jan 7 — Independent artists often have a hard time translating their creativity into a viable business.

However, the rising popularity of enamel pins has helped talented artists like Nur Ashikin binti Hussin, 23, to launch her own collection of pins which showcases her artwork.

The pins are marketed under her brand, Eurekart Studio. The word “Eurekart” is an amalgamation of her nickname Eureka and her love for art.

Stay magical and true to yourself with this unicorn enamel pin.

Nur Ashikin tells us that her name was given to her at Science Muar Royal Academy. The school has an interesting tradition where senior students assign nicknames with a scientific slant to the juniors. Once you’re given that name, you’re stuck with it in school and even the teachers call you that!

In 2016, she discovered enamel pins can translate her artwork into wearable pieces. The first design — Cat Lady — was released in October 2016 and featured a lady with a cat on top of her head.

The cat lover adds, “I wanted to create something that represents me but something cute.”

Stay magical with Eurekart Studio’s whimsical watercolour paintings.Eureka loves the effect that watercolours give to her artwork (left). Mark a page in your book with these whimsical bookmarks made with original artwork from Eureka (right).

You will also find that her pins contain quotes. One of her favourites, “dream big dreams”, was inspired by the animated movie Sing. “It means a lot to me hence I want to share it with people.”

The quote resonated with her as she feels it’s a great reminder that whenever life gets topsy turvy, you need to keep calm and hold onto your dreams.

The Cat Lady pin came out in 2016 (left). Wear this super hero puffin pin with a cape to inspire you that ‘you’re puffin perfect’ (right).Art is Eureka’s passion.

With the quotes, she believes that the pins become much more than just fashion accessories. “I want pins with a purpose and they are not just cute but can deliver a message that means a lot to me.

After her first Cat Lady pin, she released another four designs. This includes a superhero puffin decked out in a cape that comes with the quote “you’re puffin perfect.”

This was well received by pin collectors as puffins are relatively rare in the world of pins. She also offers an interpretation of a unicorn with the words “stay magical”, a reminder to stay true to yourself and do what you love.

Eureka prefers watercolour versus acrylic paints since it creates a nicer wash effect.

The pin community has been incredibly welcoming to her. She also trades her pins with other like-minded artists to collect their work and they also help to promote her pins. “People who produce pins also collect them as it becomes like an addiction.”

Currently, the talented woman is studying for her Masters in architecture at UiTM in Puncak Alam, with the intention of pursuing a lecturing job in the future. Rather than taking the usual path of graphic design or even art teacher, she believes that she can do much more with a career as an architect.

The flower girls series will brighten up your life.This enamel pin was inspired by a quote from the movie Sing (left). Bookmarks with fan art of Fantastic Beasts movie are all hand painted (right).

The Batu Pahat native has also been painting since young. She was born into an artistically inclined family as her mother is an art teacher and her father also paints.

That love for art is still strong despite her busy schedule. “Every night, I paint because I love it.” She prefers watercolours since it produces unexpected results when the pigments mix with the water. She also adds, “It’s because the wash effect is very beautiful.”

Inspired by films like The Secret of Kells and Fantastic Beasts, starry nights and music, her artwork has a magical, whimsical feel. Each piece she sells is one-of-a-kind. “I’m more than happy if people buy, as people are getting something I love.”

The cosmic girls series captures Eureka’s love for the oceans and the stars in the sky. For her enamel pins, it goes through a multi-step process from sketching to translating it on Adobe Illustrator before it’s sent to China to be manufactured.

Usually her artworks are small in size; each piece roughly takes about three to five hours to finish. It’s perfect as she can complete smaller pieces faster, sell them and be satisfied. “I have a fascination for all things small. Working small scale makes it more intimate and I can have more fun too.”

In her early years, she would reach out to customers via Facebook. Nowadays, she prefers Instagram since it’s easier to make a connection to others. “It is informal and you can reach people easily. I also get inspiration from people.”

She has also participated in a few bazaars, the first being back in 2015 at Kompleks Kraftangan in KL. She also has a virtual shop on Etsy selling her enamel pins and art merchandise for the last one and half years, a move she took in the footsteps of fellow illustrator, azureenchan.

Inspired by her favourite animation, brother bear and the song of the sea are lovingly painted in watercolour.

At the bazaars and her online shop, she sells her original watercolour paintings, art prints, stickers and bookmarks, all hand painted by her. For the bookmarks, every piece is manually hand painted in watercolours.

When she is free, she also takes on commissions. So far, her watercolour illustrations have appeared on wedding invitations and even at a Malaysian cultural event held in Beijing back in 2015.

Eurekartstudio’s works can be found at Stickeriffic in Jaya One and the following links:

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Malaysian ringgit
It is equal to 100 sen. Banknotes in denominations of 1, 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 500 and 1000 ringgit are in circulation. Coins – 1, 5, 10, 20, 50 sen and 1 ringgit.

For residents of the CIS, a visa is not required except for residents of Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, if the stay in it does not exceed 30 days. When entering the country, you must have with you a foreign passport, valid for six months from the date of entry.When entering Malaysia, you must pay at the border $ 8-10.
To obtain a visa, the following documents are required: application form; valid RFP, validity period – at least 6 months. before entering the country; 1 photo; round trip ticket. The visa is made in 3 working days.
Address of the Malaysian Embassy in Moscow:
117192, Mosfilmovskaya st. 50
Tel. (095) 147-1514 (095) 147-1514 Fax: 147-1526

Malaysian time is 5 hours ahead of Central European

Malaysia consists of two parts: Peninsula Malaysia or West Malaysia, and the states Sabah and Sarawak, which make up East Malaysia, are part of the island of Borneo.The total land area is 330 thousand square meters. km.

This is a country of eternal summer with a warm and humid tropical climate. There are only minor seasonal fluctuations in temperature, which usually stays at * 32 * C during the day and * 22 * ​​C at night.

The voltage is 220 volts, sockets with 3 holes are used

There are 20.14 million people in Malaysia. Let’s name some of them: Malays, Chinese, Indians, mestizos, as well as the ancient tribes Kadazan, Iban, etc.

About the country
Malaysia is an amazing and charming country.
Motley and multifaceted, it enchants tourists with its multicolor and exoticism, strikes with a combination of the ancient and the modern.
Its famous sandy beaches, cool mountain resorts, nature reserves with unique flora and fauna are among the best in Asia.
You will be enchanted by the mountains, wrapped in a light veil of fog.
Fishing villages among coconut palms and green jungles, coral reefs, spaciousness and emerald waves of beaches …
But whatever you choose for relaxation: a luxury hotel or a hut on the ocean, sparkling with the lights of Kuala Lumpur or silence on the island – memories of Malaysia will remain in your memory for a long time.

Light, loose clothing made from natural materials is recommended throughout the year. For special occasions a suit with a tie or a long-sleeved batik shirt is suitable for men, and a dress or a long-sleeved suit for women.

Russian Embassy
Address of the Russian Embassy in Malaysia:
263, Jalan Ampang, Kuala Lumpur, Malasia
Tel. 456-7252, 456-0009.

Code of Conduct
Malaysians try to keep their country clean, failure to comply with this rule is punishable by a fine of 500 mal.ringgit No disrespect for the King or the Prime Minister is allowed.

The official religion of the country is Sunni Islam. In addition, Buddhism, Hinduism, Confucianism, Christianity and other religions are professed.

Sanitary standards
The water is generally safe to drink, but it is safer to drink boiled water, tea, coffee or bottled drinks. We recommend that you bring along medicines that you usually use.

Public telephones with coin or card payment can be used for local calls.International telephone calls can be made from a telecom point of contact or use public telephones, for this you need a calling card. Most hotels have direct international connections with a small service charge.

Kuala Lumpur

Here you can buy exclusive clothes and a rare outlandish thing that has been preserved in an antique shop since colonial times. Exquisite products made from local tin, songket or batik, hand-painted fabrics are very suitable for souvenirs.

Customs regulations
Provide duty-free import of 200 cigarettes, 60 cigars, or 225 grams of tobacco, as well as 1 liter of alcohol. It is prohibited to import: narcotic drugs – for the import of drugs into the country and their use, the legislation of Malaysia provides for the death penalty, regardless of nationality, skin color and religion; and poisonous substances, goods, coins or banknotes of Israel, pornographic publications, radios, meat, mushrooms, seeds, primates, gold over 100 grams, weapons of any kind, including toys that resemble combat.Throw-away knives are considered melee weapons. . When entering the country, you must pay $ 10 -tax for entering the country. Personal items are exempt from duty.

More than 40 airlines of the world fly to Malaysia. From Thailand and Singapore, you can get to Malaysia by rail. The main cities of the country are also linked by international connections. International comfortable express trains run. All the island resorts of Malaysia can be reached not only by plane, but also by ferry.The country’s highways are considered the best in the region. The North-South Expressway runs across the peninsula, connecting Thailand, Malaysia and Singapore. If you have an international driving license, you can rent a car. The buses are owned by various private companies, but the activities of these companies are coordinated by the municipal authorities. In Malaysia, right-hand traffic. Many hotels have free buses to and from the city center. Comfortable buses run regularly between major cities.Travel in them is relatively inexpensive.

In Kuala Lumpur – Jame Mosque, National Museum, Batu Caves, Mimaland Recreation Park and Zoo; Hindu temple dedicated to the god Sri Mahariamman. Sunway Lagoon Water Park, Snake Temple, Kek Lok Si Temple. Fort Cornwallis; Penang Museum and Art Gallery, Botanical Garden, Seven Wells Waterfall, Gua Cerita Caves, Crocodile Farm.
Malaysia is hot and humid throughout the year, so you don’t have to rack your brains when deciding when to travel.However, the rainy season, which lasts from November to January, can get quite rainy on the east coast. The best time to spot turtles is between May and September. Most Malaysian holidays are associated with Ramadan, the ninth month of the Muslim calendar. The three-day Hari Raya Puasa festival concludes the holy month, and the Hari Raya Haji sweets festival is timed to coincide with the successful conclusion of the hajj. Chinese New Year is celebrated in January or February and is accompanied by dancing and carnival processions.At the end of January, in Kuala Lumpur and Penang, Indians take part in the Thaipusam festival, banned in India due to its masochistic bias. In May, Kalimantan hosts a picturesque gathering of the Kota Balud Tamu Bezar tribes, during which you can wander through the huge craft market or watch traditional Aboriginal ceremonies.

Tipping is not generally accepted in Malaysia. In hotels and restaurants, this is not done, since the bill already includes 10% of the service charge.You can give a tip if you are satisfied with the speed and quality of service.

Time zone
+08: 00

Malay is the official language, but English, Chinese and Tamil are widely spoken

Akvarel Hotel, Nizhny Novgorod – hotel prices, reviews, photos, rooms, contacts

What are the check-in and check-out times at the Aquarelle Hotel?

Check-in at the Aquarelle Hotel is possible after 14:00, and check-out must be done before 12:00.

How much does it cost to stay at the Aquarelle Hotel?

Prices for accommodation at the Aquarelle Hotel will depend on the search conditions: travel dates, number of guests, rates.

Enter the dates you want to see the prices.

Are there any discounts for accommodation in the Aquarelle rooms?

Yes, Aquarelle Hotel provides discounts and special offers.Enter your travel dates to see current offers.

What is the total number of rooms at the Aquarelle Hotel?

The Aquarelle Hotel has 29 rooms.

How can you get to Aquarelle from the nearest airport and railway station?

from the bus station: walk 970 m.
from the railway station: to the hotel “Aquarelle” can be reached by bus No. 26, 43, 80 or by minibus No. 5, 3, 103 to the stop. “Bus station”.
from the airport: There is a direct minibus No. 46 from the airport to the hotel (stop. Lyadova square)

What room categories are there in the Aquarelle Hotel?

The following room categories are available for booking:
Single (Economy)
Double (Comfort)
Double (Standard)
Double (Tourist)
Double (Economy)
Quadruple (Family)
Triple (Family)

What to do in the Akvarel territory in your free time?

Guests can make use of the services listed below.Attention! Additional fees may apply for services.
Sauna / SPA

Does Aquarelle Hotel provide a parking service?

Yes, the Aquarelle Hotel provides a parking service for your car. Please check the possible additional charges and parking conditions before booking.

90,000 In autumn Moscow will host the Second International Art Festival “The World of High Watercolors”

In Moscow, from October 1 to 17, 2021, ANO TO “World of Contemporary Watercolor” will hold the Second International Art Festival “World of High Watercolors”.

A unique opportunity to compare the world creativity of watercolors not on the Internet, but in one gallery space, where more than 150 watercolourists from 40 countries will take part, more than 200 paintings will be presented.

Russia will be represented by paintings by watercolor artists, including the Chief Architect of Moscow, First Deputy Chairman of the Committee for Architecture and Urban Planning of the City of Moscow Sergey Kuznetsov; member of the Union of Artists of Russia; world-class watercolourist, representative of the Moscow watercolorist movement Ilya Ibryaev, as well as world-class Russian watercolourists: Olga Litvinenko, Konstantin Sterkhov, Elena Bazanova, Yuri Lomkov, Sergey Kurbatov and many others.

Art Festival is a socially significant project that brings together watercolor artists from all over the world. The geography of the festival covers the regions of the European part of Russia and a number of countries of near and far abroad – Albania, Canada, USA, England, Italy, France, Germany, Czech Republic, Greece, India, Pakistan, Japan, China, Malaysia, Vietnam, Philippines, Colombia, Sweden , Portugal, Republic of Belarus, Bulgaria, etc.

“The World of High Watercolors” will be held from October 1-17, 2021 in St.Moscow, in the gallery of Classical photography at the address: Moscow, Savvinskaya embankment, 23, p. 1.

The program of the Art Festival includes:

1 October 2021 at 15:00 – official opening, with the invitation of Russian and foreign artists, musicians, media, TV.

October 1-17, 2021 – master classes, free jams and painting demonstrations from foreign and Russian artists.

Innovative in its goals and objectives, with new development strategies, presentation of material, a rich cultural program, watercolor workshops, free demonstrations of painting by world famous artists, a charity auction, a fair of art materials, and the presentation of prizes and gifts.

The festival contributes to the formation of a common cultural space, supports talented artists from all over the world, opens up new names, demonstrates the entire palette of world watercolor art in a single gallery space, which contributes to the convergence of art from different countries and the development of international cooperation.

Partners of the Art Festival in 2021 are:

• “Krasny Karandash” – a network of large art stores in Moscow

• “Nevskaya palitra” – art paints plant “St. Petersburg

• “Fabriano” – the oldest factory (XIII century) in Italy for the production of watercolor paper

• “Escoda” – Spanish company for the production of artistic brushes

• “Belka Brush” – Russian brand for the production of artistic brushes

• “Art-lifekhack” – Russian brand for the production of art materials for plein air and home art

• Tsu Sketch – Russian sketchbook manufacturer

• Daniel Smith – American brand of watercolors

• Saunders – UK manufacturer of watercolor paper

Contacts of the organizing committee of the festival:

Phone: +7 (916) 658-10-56 E-mail: whw_moscow @ Website:

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    90,000 Kuala Lumpur + Langkawi. January. |

    Malaysia …. mmm … why Malaysia? Now I think for a long time why Malaysia was chosen from such options as Australia, Maldives and Africa, for some reason there is no answer.But first things first. After reading the reviews about Kula Lumpur and Langkawi, the choice was made and in order not to spend a long time in the internet looking for hotel reviews and the best distribution from Novosibirsk, everything was given to the girls from the Akvarel Travel Salon. of the day, 3 departure schemes and the most successful hotels were offered. We stopped on a flight to Beijing (we even managed to go to the city to our favorite restaurant Royal Duck and eat duck in Beijing) and after a flight to Kuala Lumpur on China air (my advice is never if possible, do not take the flight with this Chinese national company).

    Now about Kuala Lumpur itself, we were deeply convinced that this is the same as Singapore, in which we were a couple of years ago, but unfortunately we were disappointed.The city is undoubtedly beautiful, parks and skyscrapers, + 25 in January, the famous Petronos, etc. But still this is not Singapore, it is worse, albeit not by much, but only in comparison, but nevertheless it is so. Shopping was very disappointing, the price is almost the same as in Russia, at least it cannot be compared with Italy, except perhaps except for watches and electronics (I bought a lens 50% cheaper than here in Russia) .Of the definite plus is the mesmerizing view of the twin towers, especially at night.

    visited the observation deck of the TV tower, high, impressive.

    We went to the bird park according to the old Russian tradition….. also quite even nothing, it’s nice to walk and watch.

    Here is a cool PEPPER with eyelashes.

    We went to the aquarium the same day. Not bad.

    here’s a cutie……… only braces had to be placed in childhood.

    here are cute piranhas …… fish are like fish and you would not think that a bull is eaten in 3 minutes.

    By the way, in Kuala Lumpur there is a very large number of neon bars, like in Thailand, where hospitable Malaysians are waiting for their European princes, and a young blue line is also very developed…. at every step, even during the day.

    Speaking of the hotel, we lived in Shangri La, I can put a solid 5. Standard deluxe is certainly not large in size, but very cozy, breakfasts are generally stunning, fresh blackberries and raspberries, 4 types of national cuisines are presented.

    In general, having spent 4 days in Kuala Lumper, we completely devoted one day to the sights of this city and we did not have any unpleasant impressions (the other 3 days did not leave the shopping centers, but all without results, I repeat that this is not Italy).

    Further our rest was to continue to Langkawi. The individual transfer was a gift from the tour company Aquarelle and we arrived without any problems in a comfortable minibus at the airport of departure for domestic flights (about 30 minutes from the main international operator).

    Local low-cost airline Air asia with tickets of $ 50 per person just amazed. Brand new planes with leather seats, nice stewardesses and 40 minutes of flight are great. And finally, we are on the long-awaited sea from the Siberian winter.

    A few words about the hotel.We stayed at the ANDAMAN hotel. A very secluded place with a rather wild beach, where in fact the jungle goes right to the beach, monkeys of different breeds and colors seem to be an integral local landscape in a couple of days.

    These small and impudent creatures spend all their free time begging and stealing.They steal even from the hotel rooms, climbing through the balcony directly to the minibar.

    But these interesting crabs roll balls of sand all evening, the more crabs, the more balls, then the tide starts and all the balls are washed away by the wave, and then they start the same thing again …..

    The hotel has one minus and at the same time a plus – it is located 20 minutes by car from the nearest village where there are shops and restaurants, therefore, there is a problem with filling with cheap alcohol and affordable food, and with remoteness from civilization and wildlife, of course a plus.

    Now a little about the local beauties that are worth visiting. We took several boat trips, one of them is to the island of a pregnant virgin, look at the photo and see the silhouette of a pregnant girl lying.

    The second time we got out for a walk through the mangroves.

    By the way, about these excursions, prices from Russian-speaking guides who bring extras $ 100, the price tag from local guides is $ 50, the price tag is directly on the pier from which you sail $ 20.Draw your own conclusions.

    We visited another local attraction, a funicular, which climbs a hill 700 meters high, it seemed to me that all 7 km. It was scary stsuko to go …

    and the bridge there is not such a terrible suspension between the two tops of the mountains, which is kept in weight on one metal support

    By the way, here’s another fun-feeding the eagles.

    In general, the rest was not bad, especially since they flew away immediately after the New Year holidays and from this alone it was joyful in my soul that having driven the snowmobile into the garage, you took out fins and a mask from the shelf, but how then they decided among themselves that this was a holiday for show, like I was here and nothing more, there are no those stormy overwhelming emotions from what surrounds you during the trip.The second time already litter will not come back here.


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