|In Malaysia, another definition for "Layang-layang" is "Wau". Much was said about origin of the word "wau", while most reliable is that it derives from Thai vocabulary which means kites. |
"Wau" enthusiasts however suggest that the word "Wau" originated from the sound derived from the "hammer" of the kite when in flight, forming sound of "wau,wau,wau" in rythmic pattern.
The main features of the "Wau" are mainly characterised by its head, wing and tail sections.
|Perak||Wau Seri Bulan|
|Pulau Pinang||Wau Kotak|
|Terengganu||Wau Dodo Helang|
|Negeri Sembilan||Wau Seri Negeri|