About Us

Myparang s

Hi there!

If you are looking for information and Malaysian Parangs, you have come to the right place. We will be featuring some local made parangs and goloks ie shapes , material  and use . We understand that parangs are well known, but little information is available regarding them, therefore this blog is to share the local knowledge on parangs and goloks.

We also parang makers based in Penang Malaysia. Our Parangs are made for the export market and is sold throughout the world Рfrom Thailand  and all the way to Canada.

If you are a knife / machete retailer and are interested in selling or retailing authentic parangs , golok and duku chandongs from Malaysia, do drop us an email at boss@myparang.com or just use the contact us form. We will reply as soon as we are able to .

For UK customers, you can get your myparang locally at these shops

Stay tuned as we will be adding some interesting news as well as interesting products soon!

 

10 thoughts on “About Us

  1. very informative website.keep up the good work.
    i’d like to get one ray mears parang. do you have one available for sale. i live in bangkok thailand.

  2. Thank you Hutasing. At the moment we are setting up our workshop and once it it done, we will have some parangs to sell.

    Keep visiting more articles to come

  3. Very pleased to find this site!
    I have been to Malaysia many times over the years and always bring parangs back as I spend a lot of time wild camping in both the UK and NZ
    I would be very keen to wholesale parangs from you and sell through my existing business-which we are looking to diversify into traditional bush craft tools and clothes.
    Please contact me at your conveniance,
    Kind regards,
    Tim mackenzie

    • Hi there Tim,

      Great stuff! Malaysia welcomes you back, even better if it’s for good. Anyway we’ll drop you an email soon.

  4. Good to see the first lot has arrived!
    Will the beautiful dug out wooden sheaths be coming along too soon?

    • Hi Jirada, as for now, we’re selling them without sheath, but some nylon ones are being made as we speak. Wooden ones are too expensive and time consuming, though we are considering them for special runs or batches.

  5. I’m very interested in a parang kota betud ,if is possible to have a catalog/I know for a fact that this knife is amazing/thank you
    Ricardo Quintana

    • Hi Quitana,
      Thank you for the comment. At the moment we do not have these type of parang yet. We will be adding more as we go along, including some new designs.

  6. I have not been without a Parang since I was given my first one in 1971 while in Laos. I return to that area of the world several times a year and always bring back several as gifts for friends. My original is now retired and part of a display coffee table of my gear from back in the day in my study. I prefer the Candung blade style an geometry over the more Bolo shape style. Over the years the collection of these versital blades has grown to include those issued by the British Military and a selection by various blade smiths of Malyasia and several others who have picked up on its universal design and appeal. Was very pleased to find this web site and look forward to seeing more here

    • Hi Pete,
      Thank you for dropping by myparang.com and for the kind comments. I am pretty sure the parang has grown onto you as well. Many whom have picked one up find it hard to put down.

      Keep coming for the updates!

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