Hari Raya At The Curve 2010

Malay kampung house on stilts at The Curve in conjunction with Hari Raya celebrations
Malay kampung house on stilts at The Curve in conjunction with Hari Raya celebrations.

The Curve constructed a life-size kampung stilt house at the Centre Court in conjunction with Ramadan and Aidil Fitri celebrations. To add autheticity to the model, it was furnished with curtains and other typical items found in and around such houses.

There was a grandfather clock hanging on the wall. Bamboo torches were affixed to the fence to welcome Syawal. A Vespa scooter was parked outside the house while a classic Volvo was shaded under a garage. Green plants were aplenty. It almost felt like I was in a kampung during Hari Raya.

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