Besides, there are many other widely known Wau that was available such as Wau Bulan (Moon Kite), Wau Kucing Kite), and Wau Jalabudi (Women Kite).
These types of Wau are considered as the National Kites and it was made as the main item in the national kite competitions.
The objectives of playing congkak is to get rid of all the seeds by moving them across over your enemy while placing each of your seed or marbles into your own house or pit.
Each drops a shell into the next 'house' and continues clockwise depositing one shell into every house thereafter.
A player drops a shell into his 'storehouse' each time he passes it but does not deposit any into his opponent's 'storehouse'.
While Wau Daun (Leaf Kite) was made as an optional in the competitions.
The word congkak was believed originated from the old Malay ‘congak’, gives meaning as mental calculation that was practiced in this game.But, it was spread to the general population if the kingdom later on.