|Size (L x W x H)||654 mm x 10 mm x 480 mm|
Malaysia's rich heritage comes to life in this series of luxe wood-free gift wrapping paper. Experience the moment.
This book comes complete with 12 sheets of eccentric designs printed on luxe woodfree paper that foldout to 654mm x 480 mm. Just tear the wrappers along the perforations and unfold them, it's ever ready to wrap on a gift.
Embrace Malaysia’s rich heritage with this glorious selection of gift wrapper paper inspired from our rich culture and natural landscapes. Wrap and unveil amazing vibes!
Bahulu is a traditional pastry with strong roots from the Malaysian, Indonesian and Bruneian heritage. Similar to the popular Madeleine cake, bahulu is usually served and enjoyed during Eid al-Fitr as well as during the Chinese New Year. It is also a perpetual community favourite available all year round.
ANG KU KUIH
Also known as the Red Tortoise Cake, Ang Ku Kuih is a traditional Chinese delicacy. Its name refers to the Hokkien dialect pronunciation for “Red Tortoise Cake”. It carries auspicious connotations to symbolise prosperity, longevity and wealth.
Curry puffs are popular staples across Southeast Asia. This is a savoury pic filled with aromatic chicken curry pieces and potatoes infused within a deep-fried or baked pastry shell.
Loved by many, kuih lapis is a traditional sweet Asian dessert popular in Malaysia, Indonesia, and Singapore. Recognisable for its intricate, colourful layers made from soft rice flour pudding, this is a community staple that is available all year round and often served during local festivities.
SEALING WAX PALM
Cyrtostachys renda, commonly known as the Red Sealing wax palm and Lipstick palm, is a palm that is native to Malaysia, Thailand, Sumatra and Indonesia. It is a lustrous plant that verdantly adorning many grassy landscapes.
Rafflesia is the world’s largest, heaviest and rarest flowers. Contradictorily, it is also one of the most stinky flowers in the world, presumably as a natural self-defence mechanism to protect prying hands from plucking them into extinction. This majestic plant is native to the rainforests of Malaysia and Indonesia.
Ixora coccinea is a species of flowering plant in the Rubiaceae family. It is a popular flower that is seen adorning many beautiful spaces at home and in commercial surroundings. This plant is native to tropical parts of Asia.
On 28 July 1960, it was declared that the Hibiscus Rosa-Sinensis was christened the national flower in Malaysia.The word “bunga” in Malay means “flower”, and “Raya” denotes “celebratory” or “grand”, thus this is the celebratory flower in Malaysia.
The Rhinoceros Hornbill is the state bird of the Malaysian state of Sarawak and the country’s national bird. Its characteristic long, curved bill is bright in colour and exudes a magnificent sight for all.
The Malayan tapir is the largest tapir species and is found across Peninsular Malaysia besides certain parts of Thailand and Sumatra. Its distinctive black and white body markings and sharp snout make it a very iconic animal.
The Malayan tiger is the national animal of Malaysia, inhabiting the southern and central parts of the Malay Peninsula. It exudes a sense of serene majesty with its agility. Sadly, the Malayan tiger is now classified as Critically Endangered.
LEATHERBACK SEA TURTLE
The leatherback sea turtle, sometimes called the lute turtle or leathery turtle or simply the luth, is the largest of all living turtles and is the fourth-heaviest modern reptile. It can grow up to seven feet long and can weigh up to 2,000 pounds.
- 12 sheets
- 654mm x 480mm