The List of Uniforms in Ipoh, Malaysia

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Nyce Apparel Enterprise Sdn Bhd

51, Jalan Raja Musa Aziz, (Anderson Road), Ipoh, Perak
 Verified
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AXOTIQ IDEAS (IPOH) SDN BHD

54 , Lintasan Kledang Timur 8 , Bdr Baru Menglembu , 31450 Menglembu , Perak ., Ipoh, Perak
Uniform , Gift and Souvenirs
 Verified+11  Years with us

Beauty Embroidery Enterprise

31, Laluan Perusahaan Kledang 1, Taman Perindustrian Chandan Raya, Ipoh, Perak
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2

TAT SUN TRADING CO

27, Jalan Leong Sin Nam, Perak 30300 Malaysia, Ipoh, Perak

FOH SIN KIM KEE

12 JLN LAXAMANA 30300 Perak 30300 Malaysia, Ipoh, Perak

Perniagaan Gemini

No. 18, Jln Lapangan Terbang, 31350 Ipoh, Ipoh, Perak
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PGN GEMINI

18 JLN LAPANGAN TERBANG MEDAN GOPENG 31350 Perak 31350 Malaysia, Ipoh, Perak

SAU FATT TRADING CO SDN BHD

87 JLN C M YUSSOF 30250 Perak 30250 Malaysia, Ipoh, Perak

Uniforms in Malaysia are an important part of the school and public life. It is a symbol of a sense of belonging and identity, and it also serves to unite a school and community. Uniforms are usually mandatory in public schools and certain private schools, and it is usually required to be worn in public places.

The most common uniform in Malaysia is the baju kurung, which is a traditional Malay outfit comprising a long, loose-fitting blouse and a sarong. It is usually made of lightweight materials such as cotton, silk, or linen and is usually brightly coloured. The baju kurung is worn by both male and female students, and it is often accompanied by a headscarf for female students.

In recent years, there has been a trend towards more modern uniforms, such as polo shirts and trousers for boys and skirts, blouses, and sweaters for girls. These uniforms are often more comfortable and can be more fashionable, allowing students to express themselves through their clothing.

Overall, uniforms in Malaysia are an important part of the school and public life and serve to unite a school and community. They are a symbol of a sense of belonging and identity and can help to promote a sense of unity and solidarity amongst students.
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