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Rentak Selangor aka Beats of Selangor 2019

Yeah‼️ ✌🏻SiennyLovesDrawing 👩🏻 has again being exclusively invited 📩📧💌 to participate as media team 👫👭👬 for the Rentak Selangor 2019 in Malaysia 🇲🇾’s national language with meaning of the Beats of Selangor 😃

The Selangor State Economic Planning Unit (UPENS) & Gaya Travel Magazine once again in collaboration 🤝 to bringing the colourful sights, sounds & beats of Selangor which influences from the multi races, arts, cultures & ethnicities that offers the Selangor state of Malaysia 🇲🇾 as a truly unique tourist destination 📍to explore

Yes ✅, It’s an annual event & not her 1️⃣st time as an inivted media member to cover for the Rentak Selangor aka Beats of Selangor, do enjoy reading 📖 her 2018 participation,

🌐 https://siennylovesdrawing.wordpress.com/2018/04/10/rentak-selangor-2018-part-1/

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After many of you asking via DMsss, here you go a summary of @siennylovesdrawing 👩🏻 ‘s Day 4️⃣ (last day, why so fast❓⁉️😌) with #BeatsofSelangor aka #RentakSelangor 2018 🎶🎵🎼🥁 . Hmm…Slightly longer 🤗 as need to prepare clips 📹🎥 with details inside ya 😉☺️ . ✅ Traditional dances of Selangor Royalties 👑 , Malaysia 🇲🇾 & Bugis, South Sulawesi, Indonesia 🇮🇩 . ✅ Amazing great #UrumeeMelum drummers 🥁 performance . ✅ Beautiful Istana Bandar Lama Jugra . Happy to meet new friends, both Malaysians & some foreign media friends from this trip, friendship forever ya 👫👭👬💗 . Let’s enjoy the photos & clips captured of each about the beautiful #Selangor , Malaysia 🇲🇾 , more updates 👩🏻‍💻 via blog link at profile or vblog via #Youtube ~SiennyLovesDrawing 👩🏻 ’s channel . Special thank you 🙏🏻 for having #siennylovesdrawing with great 👍🏻 welcoming & hospitality throughout 🤗to @gayatravel @tourismselangor @discoverselangor @smartselangor @mymotac @visit.malaysia2020 @maticmy #DiscoverSelangor #SmartSelangor #NBOS #MyNBOS #VM2020 #SayangMalaysia #GayaTravel #gayaXevents #MyDestination #CutiCutiMalaysia #MalaysiaTrulyAsia #travel #travelling #blog #blogging #bloggers #blogger #influencer #influencers

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🌐 https://siennylovesdrawing.wordpress.com/2018/04/19/rentak-selangor-2018-part-2/

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Yeah‼️ @siennylovesdrawing 👩🏻 continues #BeatsOfSelangor aka #RentakSelangor 2018 🎼🥁🎶🎵Day 3️⃣ . She learnt a lot from #MahMeri people 👹👺(1️⃣ of the 1️⃣8️⃣ tribes of indigenous people aka #OrangAsli), only in Carey Island 🌴 of Malaysia 🇲🇾 They are known with spirit wood craving, richness of their songs 🎤🎼 & dances . Guess what❓⁉️ . She observed the preparing mask 👺 (for dance named Mayin Jo-oh, traditional dance performed to invite ancestral spirits aka muyang) with wood, tree 🌳 skin, palm/ mengkuang leaves 🌿🌿 etc. . A great 👍🏻😃 day at #PulauCarey #CareyIsland 🚤⛵️🏝🌊 , do enjoy this IG posting 1️⃣st with photos 📸 & short clips 📹🎥 captured. More updates soon, blog 👩🏻‍💻📝 link @ profile . @gayatravel @tourismselangor @discoverselangor @smartselangor @mymotac #DiscoverSelangor #SmartSelangor #NBOS #MyNBOS #VM2020 #SayangMalaysia #GayaTravel #gayaXevents #MyDestination #CutiCutiMalaysia #MalaysiaTrulyAsia #travel #travelling #blog #blogging #bloggers #blogger #influencer #influencers #siennylovesdrawing

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This Rentak Selangor 2019 aims to educating, promoting & sharing the “Dendang Hati 💕, Lagu Jiwa💃, Irama Kita 🎶” to the public & she 👩🏻 was proud to be part of the media team again to witness this annual event 😃

So, this round she 👩🏻 is gonna sharing the Beats of Selangor 😃 relating to some of the races in Malaysia 🇲🇾 ~ Chinese, Indian, Malay & Indigenous Tribe

Beats of Selangor 😃 ~ Chinese

She 👩🏻 was a graduate 🎓👩🏻‍🎓 from Catholic High School (CHS) 🏫 , Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia 🇲🇾 & really so proud & happy 😃 to acknowledge the great 👍🏻 efforts of the Chinese Society in CHS to creating a sense of awareness among the public, the beauty, the intrinsic & aesthetic values of Chinese culture as well as to preserving the Chinese heritage, art & cultures to 🆕 & young generation 👶🏻👧🏻🧒🏻👦🏻🧑🏻 of all Malaysians 🇲🇾👫👭👬 Bravo 👏🏻🙌🏻

Do enjoy a vlog 📹🎥 captured from the awesome 👏🏻 performances of Chinese Orchestra, Wushu, Taichi, Diabolo & 24 Seasons Drum 🥁 by the students 👫👭👬 of CHS. Also do reading 📖 the detailed description of the traditional Chinese music intruments & art of self-defence skills e.g. Erhu 二胡, Pipa 琵琶, Dulcimer 扬琴, Bamboo flute 笛子, Wushu 武术, Diabolo 扯铃/ 抖空竹,24 Season Drum 🥁 24节令鼓 etc.

Beats of Selangor 😃 ~ Indian

The Kolattam dance performance of using traditional music instrument of Thavil, Pambai & Urumi @ Arulmigu Sri Ayyappan Temple, Batu Cave, Selangor, Malaysia 🇲🇾

Wow‼️ It’s the biggest Pooja Temple inside a natural cave in the world 🗺🌍 & known for being the only Ayyappa Swamy Temple with a complete 18 Holy steps inside the cave. Free 🆓 admission to all 👭👬👫 with a specific visiting schedule

Do enjoy a vlog 📹🎥 captured from this awesome 👏🏻 exciting traditional Indian dance performed & refer the detailed description for more information 😀

This temple (FB page ~ https://www.facebook.com/BATUCAVESAYYAPPADEVASTHANAM/) is located at📍1, Jalan SM 1, Taman Sunway, 68100 Batu Caves, Selangor, West Malaysia 🇲🇾 & for all Asia devotees who are unable to perform their ‘Sabari Malai Irumudi Yatra’ prayer at Kerala, India 🇮🇳 It also conducting free 🆓 workshops for public 👭👬👫 who are interested to learn Kolattam dance, Urumi Mellam, Thevaram, Bhajan, Karakaattam, Mayilattam etc. Do contact 📞☎️📱 Mr. Ravi👨🏿‍💼+6016-3611533 Persatuan Kebudayaan & Kesenian India KL & Selangor

Beats of Selangor 😃 ~ Malay

During her recent glamping 🏕 stay @ Dusun Bonda, Batang Kali of Selangor state, West Malaysia 🇲🇾 , she 👩🏻 has a chance to learn more details about the Malay traditional music & beats as below,

Malaysian Caklempong

It’s a traditional music 🎵🎶 of the Minangkabau people of West Sumatra, Indonesia 🇮🇩 however was brought to Negeri Sembilan, West Malaysia 🇲🇾 in the 14th century by the Minangkabau people

 

A small-size gong made of bronze  that produces melodious sounds & often used to play a wide variety of both traditional & modern music 🎵 🎶 Other instruments e.g. bamboo flute, “Saluang, Malay tambourine & gong are played together with Caklempong for various dance/ performance e.g. Pencak Silat, Candle Dance, Wayang Kulit etc.

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A cak lempong player playing beats to old traditional music at the Dusun Bonda Retreat in Batang Kali, Selangor. These Malay traditional music genre hails from Indonesia and is used during various ceremonies. Of course it is not just for ceremonies but also for entertainment and the SSO band certainly entertained us well. Two thumbs up 👍🏻👍🏻 . . . . . . #shotonhuaweip20pro #shotonhuawei . . #music #traditional #cultural #song #caklempong #muzik #nusantara #beat #beats #entertainment #culture #sounds . . #Selangor #selangorku #malaysia #seniman #mobilephotography #phonephotography . . #RS4 #RentakSelangor #DiscoverSelangor #VM2020 #VisitMalaysia2020 #TakeMeAnywhere #GayaTravel #MalaysiaAirport

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Keroncong band performance

It’s actually the name of a ukulele-like instrument & an Indonesian musical style which typically makes use of the keroncong (i.e. The sound chrong-chrong-chrong comes from this instrument). So, the band consists of a flute, a violin 🎻 , a melody guitar 🎸 , a cello, string bass in pizzicato style & with either a female / a male singer 👩🏽‍🎤👨🏽‍🎤

 

She 👩🏻 has learnt that 1️⃣ ukulele named “cak”, a steel-stringed. The instrumentalist strums chords with up to 8️⃣ strums per beat in 4/4 rhythm. The off-beat strums are often accentuated. The other ukulele named “cuk” is slightly larger & has nylon strings. As a set, both the “cak” & “cuk” form an interlocking pair that mostly gives Kroncong its characteristic kron & chong 😊

Tor Tor Dance & Gordang Sembilan

Tor Tor dance & 9️⃣ great drumbeats/ percussion (Gordang Sembilan in Malaysia 🇲🇾 ‘s national language) are the cultural heritage of Malaysia 🇲🇾 ‘s Mandailing community, which originally came from Mandailing, North Sumatera of Indonesia 🇮🇩

 

It’s a slow motion dance with the movement of the feet / toe to toe 👣 & hand 🤚🏻 movements with a music 🎵🎶 rhythm played with the traditional music instruments e.g. Gondang, Flute, Trumpet 🎺 etc. At present, Tor tor dance is to celebrating harvesting, welcoming guests, wedding 🤵🏾👰🏽 ceremonies. No ❌ longer associated with the religious / mystical ceremonies in the past years

Kuda Kepang

It was 1️⃣st introduced in the early 20th century when Javanese immigrants 🇮🇩👭👬👫, who brought this unique dance & 1️⃣st arrived in the southern tip of  West Malaysia 🇲🇾 It’s usually performed by 9 to 15 pax, usually all men dancers traditional Javanese clothes

In the past years, Kuda Kepang is believed to have a strong linkage to the spirit world, however at present it becomes a regular dance performance for the birthday 🎂 of the Sultan of Johor, state government celebrations & cultural shows in Malaysia 🇲🇾

It’s a traditional Javanese braided hobbyhorse dance & in the dance performance, all the dancers will ride the 2️⃣D mock horse which is traditionally made of bamboo 🎍🎋, then painted & decorated with colorful paints and cloth to resemble a horse 🐎 🐴 Some of the dance movements in the Kuda Kepang rituals are based on traditional Malay silat

Beats of Selangor 😃 ~ Temuan Indigenous Tribe

The Sewang Bahbola Dance by the Temuan Tribe @📍Orang Asli Museum, KM 24, Jalan Pahang Lama Gombak, 53100 Gombak, Selangor, West Malaysia 🇲🇾

 

It’s a traditional dance performed by the Orang Asli of Malaysia 🇲🇾 for ceremonies of funeral, thanksgiving, to treating well the sick / wounded person. However, it has now evolving to also entertaining the foreign tourists 👭👬👫 A dance in & within a circle ⭕️ with music 🎵🎶 instruments which made from bamboo plants 🎍🎋

 

This Orang Asli Museum is a museum with a permanent exhibition gallery, a mini theater hall equipped with state-of-the-art audio visual system, a library & a souvenir shop to showcasing the history, living & tradition of the indigenous people in Malaysia 🇲🇾

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Herbs and nuts on display at the Orang Asli Museum (aborigines museum) in Gombak, Selangor. These nuts and herbs are what they eat till this day. You can learn more about the aborigines in Malaysia here at the Muzium Orang Asli in Gombak. This photo was shot using my trusty old IPhone 3GS. Despite its age (over 10 years) it still takes awesome photos. Rentak Selangor (Beats of Selangor 9.0) . . . . . #shotoniphone #shotoniphone3gs #mobilephotography #phonephotography #oldphonephotos #iPhoneography . . #photoshooting #photos #pics #pic #picoftheday #pictureoftheday . . . #epic #fun #natural #herb #nut #nuts . . #Selangor #malaysia #RS4 #RentakSelangor #DiscoverSelangor #VM2020 #VisitMalaysia2020 #TakeMeAnywhere #GayaTravel #orangasli

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This museum also aims to facilitating the research into the history & background of the aborigine community. Artifacts on exhibition at the museum including the ancient hunting equipment, traditional musical 🎶🎵 instruments as well as personal ornaments & garments

Do stay tune for her next blogging 👩🏻‍💻📝 about her glamping 🏕 stay with Dusun Bonda ya

Meanwhile do enjoy her vlog 📹🎥 captured 😃😁

More of SiennyLovesDrawing 👩🏻 ‘s stories via 🌐 https://medium.com/@siennylovesdrawing

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