On the Tihama plain along the Red Sea, traditional housing is low, typically either huts of reeds, sticks and palm-woods (in the north, e.g. al-Zuhra), or rubble and brick courtyard houses (in the south, e.g. Zabid, Hays). Those in Zabid are of one or two storeys and present a plain facade to the street; the wealth and taste of the family are displayed in the decoration on internal walls. Zabid also has some Ottoman architecture. A different tradition is found in Tarim in Wadi Hadramawt, where Hadrami traders who had worked in Indonesia in the 19th century followed South-east Asian styles for their houses.