Terrapin Batik—you know you want one!

Written by Dr. Chen Pelf Nyok

Dr. Chen is the co-founder of Turtle Conservation Society of Malaysia. She currently heads the community-based River Terrapin Conservation Project in Kemaman, Terengganu, Malaysia.

28 Aug 2013

We have recently produced a few Terrapin Batik designs, and we are selling them to raise funds for our Society. The single-print batiks are priced at RM 30 each, and they come in three colours—navy blue, light blue and maroon. The multi-print batiks are priced at RM 35 each, and they come in various colour combinations.

Each batik measures 180 cm x 110 cm, and they can be used to adorn your wall or as a table cloth or TV cover or bed cover. Really, it’s up to you :D

Discounts
TCS Life Members will enjoy a 15% discount on all batiks. Send us an email for a discount coupon. Please note that this discount is applicable to the batiks, and does not include postage.

How do I place an order?
To purchase our terrapin batiks, please go to our online shop.

Have a question? Please send us an email at [email protected] and we will get back to you shortly!

Update (20th May 2020): The batiks, and other merchandise are now available in our online shop.

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