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• The word ‘Wau’ was derived from the Arabic letter ‘Wau’
as the shape of the wing resemblances to the outline of
the particular letter. It was also said that the farmer in the
past used Wau to scarecrow to ward off the birds from
their paddy fields. In Malaysia, the most popular of all the
Wau’s is ‘Wau Bulan’.

• Congkak(Congklak) is a mancala game of Malay origin played in

Malaysia, Singapore, Brunei, Southern Thailand and also some
parts of Sumatra and Borneo.
• The word congkak was believed originated from the old Malay
‘congak’, gives meaning as mental calculation that was practiced in
this game. It was considered that a good player will have an
advantage in collecting points to win the game when the player
calculates a few steps in advance.
• The games was believed to be found and practiced in popular area
of Malaya(Malaysia), Philippines and all part of Malaya This game
was played using 5 or 7 pieces of objects usually made of small
stone, beads, fruits seeds, beans, nut or nutshell, or even bones
and (originally) hard wood but not these days. Today, they already
improvised using marble or small bags of sand/stone or beans. It
depends on the players to choose what kind of objects they
wanted to used.

• Also known as sepak raga, is a traditional ball game where the ball
that was made by weaving strips of buluh or bamboo, is passed on
using any part of the body except lower arms and hands. There are
2 main types of sepak takraw; bulatan(circle) and jaring(net).

• Is a giant spinning top .The game usually played traditionally before

the rice harvest season. The player requires strengths, co-
ordination and skill to play this game. The top is set spinning by
unfolding rope that has been wound around it. Then, it is scooped
off the ground, whilst still spinning, using bat with a centre slit and
transferred onto a low post with a mental receptacle. If the
expertly hurled, it can spin for up to 2 hours.

• Kabaddi is a contact team sport. Played between two teams of

seven players, the objective of the game is for a single player on
offence, referred to as a "raider", to run into the opposing team's
half of a court, tag out as many of their defenders as possible, and
return to their own half of the court, all without being tackled by
the defenders, and in a single breath.