Tanoti is committed to crafts because of the deeply set meaning of such crafts in our lives. Every single movement in the action of crafting reveals the generations of knowledge transferred into the hands and fingers of the maker into the product; and every single design generated in each craft product exposes the culture, history and development of the community around it.

Our work in crafts is conveyed through three different pillars


Tanoti works with more than 500 craft artisans residing In 25 different villages across the state of Sarawak:


Tanoti craft products are available both physically and online, our customers with a seamless shopping experience. You can visit our physical stores to browse and purchase products or visit our online shop to do the same.

Tanoti House
Tanoti Store
Borneo Culture Museum Gift Shop
Unplug & Unplug Online
Kita Kita
The Datai
One & Only Desaru Coast
Angsana Banyan Tree

Tanoti works with professionals in the interior design and architecture fields to create a unique Interior design scheme or incorporate traditional crafts into their space. We aim to understand their visions and create craft items that meet their requirements and preferences. As a team, Tanoti is fully committed to producing high-quality craft items that are not only beautiful but also functional and suitable for interior design projects.


We strive to produce custom art pieces using traditional craft techniques for commercial and private spaces. Through this process, craft is elevated to become art that is able to showcase the versatility of these pieces that are not only functional but also aesthetically pleasing and visually stunning. These custom art pieces can be displayed in a range of spaces, from hotels and restaurants to private homes and offices, and they serve as a testament to the beauty and creativity of traditional crafts.


Tanoti’s application of textile design and Innovation to create unique pieces that celebrate artisanal craftsmanship aims to preserve traditional crafts while also pushing the boundaries of what is possible. Through this process, our team is able to create beautiful and unique pieces that showcase the beauty and creativity of traditional crafts..

Corporate, Conference Gifting

Tanoti’s custom art pieces that celebrate artisanal craftsmanship are a unique and thoughtful choice for corporate gifting. By gifting these one-of-a-kind pieces, companies can show their appreciation for their clients or employees in a way that is both meaningful and sustainable.


Craft Is an art form that has been practiced for centuries, and It encompasses a wide range of creative endeavors that involve the skilled use of materials to create unique and beautiful objects. Both physical and digital content are essential in our quest to allow non-natural audiences to understand and appreciate craft. By providing opportunities to experience craft firsthand and sharing information about it through digital platforms, Tanoti helps to promote and preserve this important art form for future generations.

Our works include:

Tenun Fashion Week

The production of a virtual fashion show and a physical runway show gala dinner featuring the handwoven fashion of 45 weaving communities across Southeast Asia

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Dreams of Cloth & Colour

The production of a mini documentary and a Pua Kumbu video manual for Sarawak Energy Berhad aimd to promote their values and support for the local community, while preserving and promoting traditional knowledge and skills.

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Sanggai Muji Induk Pandai Bertenun

Helen Manjan’s stage performance at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2019 was a unique opportunity to showcase the beauty and complexity of Pua Kumbu weaving to an international audience.

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Between the Lines: A Rhapsody of Weaves

Art, craft, and music intersected by turning the sounds of weaving equipment into a musical composition. The video celebrates the creativity and ingenuity of the human spirit, and reminds us of the beauty and power of everyday objects.

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Weavers Anthem: Semangat Putri Santubong

The performance is set to the tune of “Semangat Putri Santubong,” a traditional song that tells the story of the legendary Princess Santubong, who is said to have taught the people of Sarawak the art of weaving.

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The collaboration between Tanoti and Arabyrd combines traditional weaving with contemporary music, resulting in a unique visual and auditory feast, with stunning visuals of the weavers at work, their movements synchronized with the music and dance.

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Tanotl Is committed to promoting interest and awareness towards crafts, and to supporting the growth and development of local communities and artisans. Our services are designed to educate, inspire, and connect people from different cultures and backgrounds, and to preserve and promote the rich cultural heritage of Sarawak.

Our services include:


Tanoti’s tours and tour Itineraries are designed to provide visitors with a unique and Immersive cultural experience, allowing them to learn about the history and traditions of Sarawak, and to connect with local communities and artisans. Whether you are a first-time visitor to Sarawak or a seasoned traveller, Tanoti’s tours are sure to leave a lasting impression and a deeper appreciation for the rich cultural heritage of this region.


Tanoti’s group and individual workshops are a great way to learn about traditional weaving and to connect with local artisans and communities. Whether you are a beginner or an experienced weaver, these workshops offer a unique and rewarding learning experience that is sure to leave a significant impact.

Songket Weaving Training Programme

Tanoti’s 8-month training program is a unique and comprehensive learning experience that provides participants with the skills, knowledge, and experience necessary to pursue a career in traditional weaving. Whether you are a beginner or an experienced weaver, this program offers a rewarding and immersive learning experience that is sure to open doors to many opportunities.