What is the special meaning of baju kurung?
What are the few bdy features about the baju kurung?
Pada abat ke 15 melaka, Apabila Islam menjadi agama utama, Baju kurung telah diperkenalkan,Baju kurung telah menjadi baju Tradisi. Baju Kurung telah dipopularkan oleh Sultan Abu Bakar Johor pada abat ke 19. Baju kurung masih menjadi pakaian yang digemari walaupun telah wujud begitu lama dan tidak hanya dipakai oleh orang melayu tetapi digemari oleh semua agama di Malaysia.
Traditional dress of Singapore can be best described as the traditional attires of the people belonging to various races and cultures. The traditional costume of the Chinese women is the cheongsam. The traditional dress of Malay women in Singapore is baju kurung- The loose tunic is worn over a long skirt. The Indian population in Singapore in special occasions is found to wear saris, which is a popular traditional attire.
The weather in Malaysia is always hot, but not too hot. Towards the end of the year, it starts to become rainy. My choice of a dress to wear in Malaysia would be a baju kurung( worn by the Malay women), a saree ( worn by the Indian women), or a cheongsam(worn by the Chinese women), but, ordinary, decent dresses could also be worn.
Most Malaysians dress as Westerners do but many Muslim women wear long skirts/pants and head scarves. On special occasions, people from each ethnic group wear their traditional clothes. Malays: For Malay women, they wear the baju kurung; Malay men wear the baju melayu with a songkok on the head. Alternatively, the men wear batik shirts with trousers. Indians: Indian women wear the sari. The salwar kameez or Punjabi suit is popular with northern Indian ladies…
The national costume differs between men and women. The men's costume usually consists of four parts: a simple shirt called baju Melayu, which simply translates to 'Malay shirt' (often made of silk, or sometimes cotton or polyester) ; a pair of trousers made of the same material and usually matching colour; a sort of embroidered kilt called a sinjang; and a black or dark-coloured type of fez hat called a songkok. Women generally wear what…