Indulge yourself in the Malaysian traditions, culture and heritage - through an exclusive, real-life baby shower ceremony.
Normally, we prepare our guests for a wedding ceremony, with our traditional attire on. But for this featured tour, you are going to a baby shower event. In Bahasa, we call it "Cukur Jambul". A bit of the baby's hair will be cut to symbolise the practise of Islamic traditions whereby the baby's hair will be shaved. Cukur Jambul is said to originate from Hindu tradition but it is now harmonised in line with the Islamic tradition. According to Islamic tradition, the shaved hairs then will be weighed and the gold equivalent value of the hair will be donated to the poor and needy for charity.
There is another element of Islamic tradition which is called Tahnik. The equivalent of Tahnik in Malay Tradition is called "Bedah Mulut" which meant to stimulate the baby's sense of taste which is said to be rooted from the Hindu Tradition as well.
After the baby shower celebration, you are welcome to enjoy all the Malay traditional cuisines and delicacies. You will have a quick visit to Malay Traditional House for pictures, before heading over to play Malaysian traditional games and pastime favourites! From Congkak, Tarik Upih, Terompah Gergasi, Baling Selipar to Galah Panjang, these are games no longer played by the Malaysian millennial.
This is by no means is an exhaustive list of Santika Heritage Tour activities. So, please book your ticket now to avoid disappointment!
You will be picked-up by our bus driver or by car. You will be informed about this prior to the event day.
Sugeng Rawuh (Welcome to Santika Hulu Langat!)
Santika Heritage Tour starts:
On arrival, you would be required to wear our traditional clothing and you could experience these activities;
1. Try on our traditional attire (Songket, Baju Kurung and Baju Melayu)
2. Marhaban & Baby Shower celebration (Cukur Jambul)
Sugeng Dhahar (Bon Appetit)
Sugeng Dhahar is the Javanese phrase for saying Bon Appetit.
Right after the baby shower event, we will have lunch!
Early lunch for you lot!
Malaysian Traditional Games & Pastime Favourite!
Then you would need to change gears from royalty-like to kampung boy and kampung girl.
There are many purpose why the kampung boys wear Sarong and kampung girls wear Kain Batik. One of the purpose is to repel mosquitoes and insects. It is also used after one is circumcised.
Once you are done, we are going to play these games;
1. Terompah Gergasi (Giant Slippers)
2. Tarik Upih
3. Baling Tin (Throwing Slippers at cans)
4. Sepak Takraw, Sepak Raga and Capteh
5. Galah Panjang
7. Batu Seremban
8. Tutup botol (Ceper)
Batik is the arts of Nusantara. Malaysia and Indonesia share Batik but the difference is that Malaysian Batik tends to use floral motifs. Here, the Batik artist will make free style Batik drawing and the visitors are only required to colour the Batik.
The Batik then can be brought home as a souvenir!
Malaysia is famous for its foods. Even though you just had your Nasi Ambeng just now. We will serve you snacks like Rempeyek, Tumpi, Ubi Rebus, Goreng Pisang, Goreng Cempedak etc.
Depends on what we have on that day!
Magical Herbs Garden
After that, you will board the bus and go to Sungai Congkak for a magical herbs garden experience!
At Kem Herba, you will find a plant enthusiast and expert, Dr Mohd Noor Shamsuddin who is a forestry expert.
One of many interesting things he will show you is "miracle fruit" where all sour fruits will become sweet once you have had the "miracle fruit".
Sugeng Tindhak! (Bon Voyage!)
Dip & Departure.
If there is still time, you can just dip your feet into the river stream at the front of Kem Herba.
Our driver will send you back to Kuala Lumpur, right after.
Wed, 29 Jan
193 seats left
Sat, 22 Feb , 02:00 PM
8 seats left
Sat, 8 Feb
2 seats left
We will provide transportation to pick you up from Kuala Lumpur to Santika Hulu Langat. The journey only takes about 40 minutes by bus!