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.


Many have worked long and hard in recognising Penang's historical cemeteries as a significant monument heritage. Cheng Sim visits Penang's historical resting place, the Protestant Cemetery.
To enjoy cooler temperature and fresh-smelling air, head up to Penang's popular peak Penang Hill where there are plenty to see and do. Cheng Sim shares the things you shouldn’t miss.
Well-known as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and for its street art, Penang is also trying hard to be an eco-friendly city. Here, Janice Kua introduces some interesting cycling tours in Penang.
130-year old Penang Botanic Gardens remain a popular place to visit for locals and tourists in Penang. Here's a little story by Janice Kua.
Indulge, discover and explore in Penang this holiday season! Its always 'too much to do, too little time' in Penang, but Janice Kua has tailored a list of 15 must-dos in Penang for you.
Have you ever wondered who builds the trishaws riding around on the streets of George Town? Cheng Sim chats with one of a trishaw maker of Penang.
Penang is on the verge of losing its 200-year-old Siamese village for a new hotel development in Pulau Tikus. Cheng Sim speaks to the remaining Siamese community in the state.
November and December see Penang wrapped up with 10 Days 3 Festivals consisting of George Town Literary Festival, In-between Arts Festival and Penang Island Jazz Festival. We take a look at what’s on in 10 Days 3 Festivals and handpicked exciting events to book your tickets.
The slow food movement is making waves in Penang's dining scene and Cheng Sim finds out more about this farm-to-table concept.
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