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Introducing " THE SAMPIN"

Sampin or Samping is loosely translated as “side” or “merchant cloth” as it is worn mostly during formal occasions. It is a kind of short sarong worn after wearing Baju Kurung or Baju Melayu (in Malay costume) and usually from the waist to the knees only. It is usually made of songket, tenun, or sarong fabric.

The way in which "Sampin" was worn in ancient times played a role in showing the difference in one's rank in society. At that time, only the royal family could wear the Sampin with the "Berdagang Luar" style. However now, everyone is free to choose how to wear a samping according to their tastes. When indoor, it can be tied at the waist or hung on the arm.

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