Kota Kinabalu: The gorgeous faces and costumes of exotic Kazakhs, Russians, Poles, Latvians, Singaporeans, Saudi Arabians, Japanese, Indians, Thais and Bruneians, set the stage rolling for the 3rd Sabah International Folklore Festival (SIFF) Sunday night.
All it took was the Sabah Cultural Board's band and soloists to strike the mood and the Latvians reciprocated spontaneously on the dance floor of the Suan Tian Restaurant, culminating in everyone from the 11 countries joining a crowded interactive free style dance to joget tunes.
Prior to all that, festival organisers from the Sabah Cultural Board took the opportunity to present the best of Sabah's ethnic dances to highlight the State's famed ethnic diversity and colours.
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