A wau is a traditional kite that is especially popular in the state of Kelantan, on the East Coast of Malaysia. Traditionally flown after the rice harvest season, these giant kites are often as big as a man - measuring about 3.5 metres from head to tail. It is called wau because its shape is similar to the Arabic letter that is pronounced as 'wow'. With vibrant colours and patterns based on local floral and fauna, these kites are truly splendid sights.2. THE ORCHID
Malaysia has one of the oldest rainforest in the world, and this piece of pristine rainforest irrigates thousands of plants, animals and majority of species habitat over million years. There are more than 8000 species of floral in Malaysia and orchid species comprises over 800 variants. Apart from appreciation, orchid contributes to lots of medication effect thus further R&D effort has been put through in expanding its commercial value as product of fragrance essence.3. KAMPUNG STYLE (The Malay Village Attire)
A sarong is a large tube or length of fabric, often wrapped around the waist and worn as a kilt by men and as a skirt by women throughout much of in the village. The fabric most often has woven plaid or checkered patterns, or may be brightly colored by means of batik.4. DATUN JUKUD
The Hornbill Dance is a traditional dance of Sarawak's Kenyah women. Created by a Kenyah prince called Nyik Selong to symbolise happiness and gratitude, it was once performed during communal celebrations that greeted warriors returning from headhunting raids or during the annual celebrations that marked the end of each rice harvest season. Performed by a solo woman dancer to the sounds of the sape, beautiful fans made out of hornbill feathers are used to represent the wings of the sacred bird.5. GAMELANG
Originating from the Majapahit era in the 10th century AD, this performing art, now known as the Malay gamelan, had developed into an exclusive entertainment for royal pleasure in the Pahang and Terengganu courts. This set of brass percussion is performed like an orchestra.
Malaysia had a fascinating past and being a part of the international spice route many hundreds of years ago, and has turned into a mosaic of cultures. Everything from its people to its architecture reflects a colourful heritage and a merged of harmonized culture.Discover a Land of Wonderful Diversity
Malays, Chinese, Indians and many other ethnic groups have lived together in Malaysia for generations. All these cultures have influenced each other, creating a truly Malaysian culture.Experience the Expressions of Community
Malaysians' strong sense of community is reflected in many of their traditional games, attires, music and dance. These activities are still played by local on cool afternoons and are also a communal activity during festivities such as before or after the rice harvest season and weddings.Empowering the cultural heritage of Malaysia
In conjunction with the year of Heritage of Malaysia , we are proud to present the limited edition "The Colors of Malaysia" Orchid Eau De Parfum (30ml) by Lagenda which therefore carries the essence of its people from ages past – wonderful, variegation and pure. Lagenda has carried forward the essences of Malaysia Culture, bringing the aroma and level rich colors of Malaysia, topping up the selection list of souvenirs and gifts.A Gift for the Discerning
The limited edition "The Colors of Malaysia" Orchid Eau De Parfum (30ml) aims to bring you an unforgettable gift that is reminiscent of the culture of Malaysia. The box is designed with Malaysian-specific wonders in conjunction with the theme: The Orchid, Kampung style with traditional Kite -Wau, Malay music instruments – The Gamelan and popular dance of Sarawak - Datun Julud. These enchanting boxes of classical aroma make for luxuriously memorable gifts.
The limited edition "The Colors of Malaysia" Orchid Eau De Parfum (30ml) feature motifs and designs of Malaysia's wonders.