Now this looked so scary and spooky. It is in the fashion gallery of the museum. Admission to this part of the museum is free of charge.
The bridal gown looked like a headless and limbess ghost at first glance....lol
These hair rollers looked so familar, I remember using them when I was young...hahaha.
Noticed the lower and short sewing machine. That is powered by hand. I used that during my secondary school, you use your right to turn the wheel of the sewing machine and your left hand to guide the fabric while the other sewing machine is powered by legs.
Nowadays the sewing machines are all run by electric and computerized.
This part of the exhibits are in the wayang gallery. I love the costumes and accessories displayed there. You should actually watch a live performance of the wayang. You can see my posting of a local wayang in here.
There are so many more interesting exhibits at the museum, you need to go there to view.