Wednesday, November 2, 2011



Sarong/sarung is a large tube or length of a fabric typically worn by men and women in the region of South East Asia, Southern Asia, Arabian Peninsula, Horn Of Africa and many of Pacific Islands. In South East Asia alone, sarong is usually worn by the Malay in Malaysia, Indonesia and Brunei. The men ware it as a kilt (Scottish man skirt) as for women, sarong are worn as a skirt. In Malaysia, sarong is a traditional clothes for Malay. The sarong are worn all the time for example during prayers, leisure time or simply to enjoy the comfy of this fabulous fabric.


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