Traditional Games of Malaysia Cultural Attractions

It is a pleasure to play traditional games in villages visiting Malaysian rural areas. It's even better to take part in one of the games. Some of the simpler toys played by children are from nature, such as the use of red smell as seed, the wild spider with another spider, "pebbles" made of coconut shells, and gum seeds. However, there are many games that adults are playing diligently, often watching the audience.


The top threads excite yelling and yelling at both viewers and players. Strength, skill and physical skill are necessary to start the peak, which is as big as a frisbee and weighs up to 5 kilograms. The top two are popular design. The gantung is spilled in the heart while the rolling uri form is flat. There are two types of competition: persistence and loss. In the endurance race, the rolling star starts and after a spinning, a small wooden shovel gets. Then they are moved to a small position and released for centrifugation. The winner is the longest pole-top – sometimes rotated for two hours. In a knock-out tournament, the player tries to knock the rotor of another player out of a circle on his own. The ropes used to start the peak are different for each of the functions. To maximize centrifugation, the rope is generally long and thin; While the tip used for striking is usually a thick and short rope used. Starting the master spinning head is done in a fluid but powerful movement. Its top is usually made of merbau and afzella trees, and top making requires great skills. High-speed races are often organized at state, national and international levels. Brunei, Indonesia, Vietnam, Taiwan, Thailand and Japan are among the top racers in the world.


The dragon runs across the country, though it is more popular on the east coast, where farmers are flying after harvesting on the paddy rice fields. The dragon usually measures 1.7 meters in height and 1.5 meters from the tip to the tip of the wing. The most popular form of the dragon is the crescent moon (wau bulan), although other forms can be found which are abstract versions of animals such as cat, peacock, falcon, fish, eagle and quail. The dragon's tail is decorated with decoration, while his bow is often fixed on his neck. When the dragon is flying, the bow gives a high sound. The bow is simply a ribbon strip wrapped by a bamboo ribbon. The dragon consists of bamboo strips and foil papers, and its artwork is traditionally traditionally formalized. For example, the element required for traditional design is to have a large central flower or an "ibu" in the middle of the dragon; Furthermore, the grape must come from the base of the kite and logically join it.

Two types of kite flying races are fashionable: cutting and performance. In the slaughter competition, the dragon string is glazed with glass powder, so it can muddle an opponent of a dragon losing the flight. In the performance race, the judges will select the winner based on the dragon's flying characteristics, such as a vertical throw and maximum altitude.


In the state of Oregon, after the paddy harvest, the rebana ubi game of the villagers is a popular pastime. The rebana ubi is a giant drum that is one meter in diameter and weighs 100 kg. It is made of hollow logs and painted with vivid colors. The flower-bamboo roses and the flowers are out of the center as the exterior of a bicycle. The drum produces a rolling roll when a stick is rolled. In the competition, players playing in traditional clothes compete in six teams playing drums of different sizes. Frequently dressed in traditional tunic and headgear, which increases the joy and excitement of the event. The drums are beaten for 30 minutes continuously, bringing complex rhythms in harmony. Criticism is based on the complexity and consistency of players' pace and synchronized movement.


Played by two people, the Congkak has existed since the 15th century in Melaka's sultanate. The equipment used is a ship-shaped wooden, two rows of holes (usually 12) and a large hole (rumah) at both ends. Each player rums the big hole on the left. The holes were filled with rubber cores (or marbles). Each player's goal is to move the cores clockwise to the holes while keeping in mind the many rules of the game. The player who gets the most in the rummy wins.


This game does not require any equipment. This is played by two teams who are not less than 4 players. There are six rectangular grid play areas. The badminton court is an ideal place since the lines are already drawn. One team is the attacker, the other is the defender. The goal of the game is to allow the attacking team to enter the defensive team step by step without tagging them with any member of the defending team. The "attack" can be either individually or in groups.


The beta walnut or nibong palm floral bouquet is used in this speed game. The team is made up of people sitting uphill and another person pulling. Any team that crosses the planned finish line for the first time is the winner.


Usually means "chicken snoring kicking", this game only requires simple and cost-effective equipment. The nail is fitted with a pair of circular cross-section, 2 inches in diameter rubber. Generally, the rubber pieces are cut off from the inner tube of the bicycle tire. Five of five chicken pens are tied with tape or rubber band to the nail. The game is about to start! The aim of the game is to blow the bulu ayam with foot just as often as possible. Therefore, players can compete individually or as a team.


This game only requires the metal rim of the bicycle and the stick. Individuals or teams rotate the stick by cycling the rim at a predetermined distance. The winner is the player or team that ends the distance for the first time

Source by Paik-Leong Ewe

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