Kuda Pasu

The horse also serves as inspiration for this dance called the Kuda Pasu or Porcelain Horse.

In this dance the hands of the male dancers are slightly more angular than in the Limbai, bending at the elbow and wrist with the palms quite flat. The back of the wrist of one of the arms is placed at the hip while the other is held at approximately shoulder level.

The female dancers use a pair of scarves that the swing in a vertical circle beside their body or in semi circles with the arms loosely at the side of the body. One of the most interesting features of the dances of the Bajau tribe is the intricacy and relationship between the music and dance.

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