Kraftangan Malaysia chairman Datuk Sohaimi Shahadan said visitors at the gallery would not only able to purchase crystal products, but could also learn the art of making crystal.
The complex is expected to receive 120,000 visitors this year with the various activities being lined-up, including the opening of the crystal gallery, he told a press conference here Monday.
At present, he said there was a crystal workshop in the complex that was being operated by local crystal craftsmen.
Over the first three months this year, the Langkawi Craft Complex had received 25,000 visitors with sales of over RM300,000.
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