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Bola Tepuk, literally translated as 'clapped ball', is also known as Bola Mini Kertas or 'paper mini ball'. It is believed to have existed during the 1950s and originated from Thailand and was brought into Perlis. The rules and game play is similar to an actual football match but at a different scale.

This game is normally played on the floor or on a table. Manila card is laid acting as a football field. The goal posts are made of A4-sized papers folded into two and punched for holes. Twenty two pieces of hard paper in sizes of 9cm in length and 4cm in width each act as the players. The ball is made of crumpled paper.


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01000 Kangar Perlis Indera Kayangan.
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