Arabs and Malaysian Muslims can easily find many shops around Kuala Lumpur selling different types of modern and traditional Arab Islamic garments. However, one should check the authenticity and originality of the dress or garment before buying it. Some are branded, handmade outfits, and some are not.
A well-designed dress or garment using high-quality material may cost few dollars more, especially for Hari Raya attires or any other happy occasion.
The Arab Garments is one of the largest shops in Malaysia specializing only in modern and traditional Arab and Islamic wear.
On occasion like Ramadan, you would notice hundreds of Arab customers living in Malaysia, and local Muslims paying a visit to this shop looking for suitable and preferable Hari Raya costumes.
Located in Kuala Lumpur, at Jalan SP 5/4. Taman Serdang Perdana, Seri Kembangan Selangor, customers find it easy to get there. There are also many Arab shops and restaurants around – interesting businesses coming up in that area.
In this shop, you can find a variety of Arab and Muslim garments that come from different Arab countries such as Saudi Arabia, Yemen, Oman, United Arab Emirates (UAE), Syria, Egypt, and from Turkey.
Malaysia World News has visited the shop recently and had an exclusive interview with its managing director, Abdulmuniam Altatar from Yemen who hopes to increase his investments and expand his businesses here in Malaysia.
According to Altatar, most of the dresses and garments here are of renowned international fashion brands such as Ikaf, Al Assil, and Marassim.
“We supply different original Arabic fashion, long dress and elegant Abaya, Kaftan, hijab, scarves, and praying dresses for Muslim women, in different design and colours.
“We also have a variety of traditional and Islamic costumes for men such as Jubah, Candura, long and short sleeves Coshipo, Mashada, Sarong and Fota that are worn during traditional occasions, religious festivals, and to perform prayers at the mosques,” said Altatar.
This shop also caters for Malay and Indian Muslim costumes such as Baju Melayu”, Songkok, Sarong” or Sampin which are manufactured by Al Assil.
For more information, visit or contact the Arab Garment Shop at the following Adrress and Tel number:
Arab Garments, G-8. Block C, Jalan SP 5/4. Taman Serdang Perdana, Seri Kembangan Selangor
Tel: +60 3895 39586
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