Explore the highlights of SeniKome Péng Hēng in greater depth through guided experience tours held three times daily which offer you deeper insight into the ...
The SeniKome Péng Hēng, East Coast Arts & Cultural Centre is a place where exploration and inspiration come together. Located at Level 3 of First World Plaza, the centre features a thematic showcase of art and cultural essences from Peninsular Malaysia’s East Coast states, Pahang, Terengganu and Kelantan.
'Seni Kome' means 'Our Art'. The word 'Kome' is from the local dialect used the locals of Pahang and also certain states in Malaysia. 'Peng Heng', the name of stated in the historical documents of the Ming Dynasty in the 1520's, referred to areas in the East Coast regions of the Malay Peninsula. 'Seni Kome, Peng Heng' will therefore refer to exhibition that will display the local arts and culture of the community in the East Coast regions namely Pahang, Terengganu and Kelantan.
Overall, I really recommend this place to parents who were in this generation or at the end of this generation to bring your kids to learn what you have used to do in your childhood. Apart of that, do bring your foreign friends here to know something about Malaysia. This is the best place to provide such knowledge. Let the knowledge pass on from generation to generation and spread from countries to countries.
It appears like an exhibition hall, yet not. At the entrance ticket price of just RM7 for adult (Genting Member), RM5 for kids (Genting Member), it is worth spending some educational moments in SenKome. Walk through the space filled with introduction of East Coasts, appreciate the arts and crafts they still holds stong to till today, and then enjoy a wide ranges of traditional games that reminiscene the good old childhood days.
Love to explore culture and heritage? Why not check out the SeniKome Peng Heng exhibition happening at Resorts World Genting. "Seni Kome" actually means "Our Art" in the local Pahang dialect. The word "Kome" which is also used in several other states while "Peng Heng" is the name stated in historical documents of the Ming Dynasty in the 1520's, which refers to the East Coast region of the Malay Peninsula. Entrance Ticket (Genting Rewards member) Adult RM7.00 Child RM5 Non Member (Malaysian) Adult RM8 Child RM6 Non-Malaysian Adult RM10 Child RM8 Family Package (2 Adult & 2 Child) RM25 (Malaysian) RM32 (Non-Malaysian)
Walking inner side and you will see the old weapon like Keris that been used by warrior during the days. At a corner, you will be seeing a wide range of traditional music instruments. You can get a chance to try the instrument on the spot.