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9 Places To Get Trendy Rattan Furniture In Malaysia

You'll want everything.

Cover image via Yaw Handmade & Rattan Art/Facebook

1. Aranyaunkee Rattan Craft

Often spotted along Jalan Datuk Sulaiman in Taman Tun Dr Ismail (TTDI) and the SS15 area, Aranyaunkee Rattan Craft sells rattan items in a truck all over Klang Valley. Although he doesn't do custom-made items, he has a good selection of rattan baskets in all kinds of sizes. 

Some of the areas where he's set up shop in the past are Bangsar, SS15, TTDI, and Setia Alam.

He changes locations every day so it's best to WhatsApp him to check where he'll be on a specific day.

Contact:
+6019-3205167

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2. Rattan Art

Rattan Art has sold and customised rattan furniture for restaurants in Malaysia. Some of these include Ben's by BIG, Botanica & Co, and JungleBird.

They sell everything from rocking chairs and cabinets to bed frames and baskets.

Other than selling ready-made furniture and offering customisations, they also offer repair services on rattan furniture.

Address:
343, Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman,
Chow Kit, 50100 Kuala Lumpur,
WPKL.

Contact:

+6012-3795201

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3. Woon Cane Enterprise (Perniagaan Wai Kong)

Considering that making rattan furniture is a traditional craft, it's nice to see that shops like Woon Cane Enterprise still exist in Malaysia.

Aside from selling classic rattan pieces, the shop also provides repair services.

There's not much info online other than the location and photos showing the humble furniture shop with an elderly uncle repairing rattan items.

Address:

138-B, Batu 3, Jalan Kelang Lama,
58200 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Contact:
+6012-379 6526 / +603-79824675

You can check out their Facebook.

If you're looking for something unique, Kantan Kollektiv has a range of rattan products that are unlike any other.

Each piece is specially handcrafted by their artisans and no item looks the same as another. You'll definitely want it all!

Address:

4, Jalan 2/1, Ampang Jaya,
68000 Ampang, Selangor.

Contact:
+6012-4141808

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5. Rattan King

Based in Penang, Rattan King offers deliveries to Klang Valley. They have rocking chairs, rocking horses, baby chairs, and lazy chairs - just to name a few.

They have several outlets all over Penang. You can reach out to them on WhatsApp to find out more.

Contact:
+6017-4250899

You can check out their Facebook.

6. Kok Cane

Image via Kok Cane

Located in Klang, Kok Cane handmakes each rattan item, from chairs and sofas to swings.

The shop also supplies unique bamboo furniture like beds, tables, and outdoor blinds.

Address:

91, Jalan Batu Tiga, Kawasan 17,
41300 Klang, Selangor.

Contact:
+603-33423311 / +6012-2222393

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7. Booming PLUS

Browsing their website, Blooming PLUS has a variety of classic rattan items made with a modern twist.

Although located in Johor, you can order their pieces online if you live in Klang Valley and have them delivered to your doorstep.

Address:
16A, Jalan Sentral 28, Taman Nusa Sentral,
79100 Nusajaya, Johor.

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8. Yaw Handmade Furniture & Home Deco

Whether it's rattan baby chairs, lounge chairs, or rocking chairs - you name it, Yaw Handmade Furniture & Home Deco has it. The shop also sells a variety of rattan trays, baskets, and tables. 

If you need your rattan items repaired, they provide repair services.

Address:

30, Jalan Semenyih Sentral 4,
Taman Semenyih Sentral, 43500 Semenyih, Selangor.

Contact:
+6017-6748569

You can check out their Facebook.

9. Atelier Maya

Looking for designs custom made to fit your home or office? Atelier Maya handcrafts teak and rattan furniture - gorgeous artisanal pieces that will do justice in sprucing up any space!

Address:
8, Jln PJU8/1, Damansara Perdana,
47810 Petaling Jaya, Selangor.

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