PENANG STORIES
PENANG STORIES

Penang in all its complexity is presented in bite-sized stories, guides and interviews, to be taken in and savoured slowly.


Don’t leave Penang without these locally produced products to take home as mementoes of your visit.
Fans of vegetarian food, these are places around Penang where you can satisfy your hunger for all things plant-based.
These are places that offer at least 30 kinds of Malay dishes for lunch. They are such a smorgasbord of authentic, exotic flavours. By Su Aziz
Penang transforms into a pretty, twinkling venue during this festival celebrating the completion of the harvesting of crops. By Su Aziz.
An annual Muslim festival that celebrates the endurance, faith and patience of one of its prophets. By Su Aziz.
A nine days religious Taoist festival that climaxes to a carnival-like atmosphere and a touch of exotic ritual. By Su Aziz.
This area in Penang is rich in multicultural heritage due to early settlement of peoples from the region as recorded by Pulau Tikus Heritage Hunt Guidebook.
You’ve got an afternoon free in Penang and wondering what you can do to fill the three or four hours? Well, here are some pretty cool ideas. By Su Aziz
Festival Director of George Town Festival takes time off his mad schedule to give us an insight on his views of his home state and his favourite Penang food. By Su Aziz.
Penang gets busy this Merdeka long-weekend! Filled with events and activities of all sorts, here’s what not-to-miss!
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