Get inspired and explore art and cultural essences from Peninsular Malaysia’s East Coast states, Pahang, Terengganu and Kelantan.
Location: Level 4, First World Plaza
Operating Hours:Daily 12nn – 7pm
Our Art, Our Home
The SeniKome Péng Hēng East Coast Arts & Cultural Centre is truly a hidden gem where exploration and inspiration come together. Located in Level 4 at 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.
SeniKome, which directly translates to “Our Art” in the Pahang local dialect is dedicated to promoting the beauty of East Coast Malaysia’s local heritage, craft, fashion, games, food and music. From authentic artifacts and paintings to the indigenous people or ‘orang asli’ exhibition, SeniKome tastefully depicts the distinctive charm of Péng Hēng, a traditional reference to the East coast region which dates back to the Ming Dynasty.
In addition to showcasing arts and culture, SeniKome fosters a creative environment where traditional artistry can flourish through immersive programmes. Innovative video projection experience set within a dark room will transports visitors into the art of shadow play or ‘ Wayang Kulit’, the art of ‘Songket’ Weaving as well as the history and life of the ‘Orang Asli’ or Indigenous People through an interactive and engaging format.
Cultural enthusiasts will be delighted to know that SeniKome also houses an experiential area for various traditional games. The area will allow visitors to participate in iconic games like ‘congkak’, ‘kercang’ and hopscotch for an interactive experience.
Explore the highlights of SeniKome in greater depth through guided experience tours by the experienced and friendly staffs. Guests will have a deeper insight into the exhibitions and overall cultural experience.
With the vision to preserve and promote art and culture from the East Coast, SeniKome Péng Hēng is a one-stop attraction that brings a vibrant element of Malaysian heritage to life.
Admission Fee: RM10 per entry
*Selling price is in Malaysian Ringgit and inclusive of Entertainment Duty.
Q: Where is SeniKome Péng Hēng located?
A: Level 4, in First World Plaza, right across Food Factory.
Q: What does SeniKome Péng Hēng mean?A: SeniKome is a translation of “Our Art” in the Pahang local dialect. Péng Hēng was used to refer to the East Coast regions of the Malay Peninsula back in the Ming Dynasty in the 1520’s.
Q: What are the east coast states of Malaysia?
A: Kelantan, Terengganu and Pahang.
Q: Are there interactive activities in the gallery?
A: Yes, the gallery includes experimental areas which allow you to have a go at a variety of traditional games.
Q: What are the operating hours?
A: SeniKome Péng Hēng is open from 12noon to 7pm daily including Malaysia Public Holidays.
Q: Are there guided tours available?
A: Yes, the guests will be guided by the staff which well experienced and friendly.
Q: How large is the gallery?
A: SeniKome Péng Hēng consists of 15,000sq.ft of interactive displays that will keep you entertained as you walk through the gallery.
Q: Are we allowed to touch the displays?
A: Unfortunately, our hands contain harmful oils and bacteria that can damage the delicate displays. Let’s work together to preserve the displays to the best of our ability so that other customers can enjoy them too – just like you!
Q: Is the gallery child-friendly?
A: Yes, children will have a fun time learning about the culture and playing with the traditional games.
Q: I’m interested in one of the pieces. Can I purchase it?
A: We’re glad you’re interested! Please see a team member on-site for more information.
Q: Are Genting Rewards members entitled to special ticket rates?
A: No, not at the moment
Q: Is photography allowed?
A: Yes, as long as the flash is turned off.