The name Terompah Gergasi (A Giant's Clog) existed when a piece of board was made into a large-sized clog. As this giant clog can be worn by many players causing its name to be known as such.
This game is played in groups. The number of groups should be the same as the number of available clogs. The player in front should give the signal to the players at the back part to move simultaneously to avoid problems such as falling and the like. The hands of each player hold on to the waist of the player in front of him. The team that first reaches the finishing line is the winner. Points are nullified if there are players who drop away or fall off from the group although that team is already at the finishing line.