Endang is a modern Malay dance that has the influence of Sumatra and practiced by the Minang community of Negeri Sembilan, as seen movements, costumes and music.

The dance movements depict the daily activity of villagers such as plucking leaves and wiping sweat from the brow. The dance often begins with dancers seated in a long line performing arms movements that slowly increases in tempo.

Sometimes the dancers hold traditional tambourines and make sounds with them while dancing. In Malaysia, this dance is performed to the song Din Din Barindin and present choreographers have developed it considerably. 

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