Kuala Lumpur: The Orang Alsi Crafts Museum in Kuala Lumpur is devoted to the indigenous individuals of Malaysia generally known as the (Orang Asli) and their immense contributions to the nation’s historical past.
The Museum focuses on the lives of these indigenous individuals and their excellent artisanship.
By means of their handicrafts, the Orang Asli documented their historical past, faith, and traditions in order that future generations had been in a position to determine with their heritage.
The museum homes statues, ritualistic masks, miniatures, musical instruments, artifacts and garments all pertaining to the Orang Asli individuals.
The Orang Asli are the oldest individuals who populated the Malay Archipelago between 2500 and 1500 BC. These days, 18 minor tribes separated below three major teams the Negrito, the Senai and the Proto Malay; signify descendants of the Oragn Asli.
They’re estimated to be round 179,000 in quantity representing 0.6 p.c of the inhabitants.