Tratitional Decorations

Picture shows a replica of the ‘sirih junjung’ as decoration in Seremban, Negeri Sembilan. This item which is made up of the betelnut, betel leaves, gambier, and lime paste is part of the Malay custom and is compulsory in Malay ceremonies. The decoration is a lead item in presentations betewen the bride and bridegroom during marraige ceremony.


These smaller pictures are more samples of the actual ‘sirih junjung’ which are composed according to creativity.

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