If you travel through the country, you will see a lot of Malaysian houses and villages. These villages are called "kampongs" in
Bahasa Malaysia. Notice that they are built with stilts below and they have large windows. This is mainly to keep the building cool and the stilts elevate the building to keep them away from floods.
Kampong houses are detached houses and they usually have no fences around them The traditional Malaysian house serves the housing needs of the majority of people living in rural areas of Malaysia. It was evolved by the Malays over the generations, and adapted to their own needs, culture, and environment. Basically a timber house with a post and lintel structure raised on stilts, with wooden, bamboo, or thatched walls and a thatched roof, the house is designed to suit the tropical climate.




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WONDERFUL!!! Emotion: big smile
It almost looks like a tree house to me. I agree that it looks wonderful and a lot of fun to live in...I love the big outdoor covered deck and having the extra garden space under the house.
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if you go sumatera you can see similar (sumatera people share same culture with malaysian)
A nice house.