Once upon a time in the Kampar area, Si Lancang lived with his mother. They live very poor and they both work as farm laborers.
To improve his life, Si Lancang intends to wander.
The Lancang said goodbye to his mother and his Koran teacher. His mother advised him to go abroad, Si Lancang always remember his mother and hometown. His mother also advised him not to be a rebellious child.
The Lancang also promised his mother. The mother was moved to tears when Si Lancang worshiped his knees to ask for blessings.
Si Lancang's mother provided him with a pack of lumping dodak, Si Lancang's favorite cake.
Arriving at Kampar, musical instruments sounded with a very boisterous sound. Si Lancang also held silk and various gold and silver jewelry to give the impression of luxury he had.
The news of Si Lancang's arrival was heard by his mother. With emotion, he rushed to welcome his only child.
However, the people on the ship tried to drive away Si Lancang's mother and did not believe that the woman in rags was the mother of Si Lancang, a wealthy merchant. However, Si Lancang's mother still did not want to move.
Meanwhile, the gong was thrown into Kampar Kanan and became the Oguong River. Then, the pottery floated into Pasubilah. Meanwhile, the flagpole of the Lancang's ship was thrown into a lake called Lake Si Lancang.