According to Brittanica.com (2012), dance is “the movement of the body in a rhythmic way, usually to music and within a given space, for the purpose of expressing an idea or emotion, releasing energy, or simply taking delight in the movement itself”. People can enjoy dancing because they can bring people together for social interactions, they see it as their preference for artistic expression and also because it can be considered as physical activities that can help keeping them fit. This sophisticated performing its story, culture, interpretations, or message effectively. Each and every dance takes into account the physical fitness, flexibility, balance and agility of the performer, and also the study of physics that allows dancers to move without injuring themselves.
All the cultural dances in Malaysia have some historical origin to it and may have been performed for different purpose, such as to present to the kings and queens, at special ceremonies, to scare away bad spirits, to entertain the people, as a festive activity, and many more. Each and every one those dances are unique in their own movements, choreography and costumes; each reflecting their identity and way of life. For Malaysians, traditional performing arts are not only adopted as our country’s identity, it also brings the different races together as they share their cultures with each other. Unfortunately, nowadays, there are more modern people who are less appreciative of traditional arts, as many people today prefer to follow modern forms of entertainment such