Ikatan Samping (2)
According to `Kamus Dewan’ (Dictionary), `samping’ is a sarong worn after the wearer wore the pants of Malay attire and usually from the waist until the knee only. `Samping’ is also referred to the ribs. `Samping’ sometime refers to by using sarong only. `Samping’ is also as a complement or to complete the `Baju Melayu’.
It is assume as one of the important part and completes the traditional Malay attire for Malay men.It is tied from waist high until the knee only. But it is omitted from children because it is more suitable for them not to wear it.
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