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“If you want to learn about a culture, listen to their 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
The percolating Café culture is spreading from the island to mainland. Back to Butterworth area, in conjunction with the inaugural Butterworth Fringe Festival (of George Town Festival 2015), here is a list of recommendations by Ken Tho on where-to-go for the maximization of your precious time.
A long-weekend in Penang has never been more super or heroic with this marathon event and its festive mood buoyed by various other activities.
Do not judge the King of Fruits by its thorny exterior because inside, it has a creamy, soft centre that has lured millions to Penang. By Su Aziz.
Penang is a lively city during the day and a happening place at night. Other than the never-ending lists of must-see and must-do, there are many activities you can do by night in Penang. Here are some tips and ideas from Penangite Janice Kua.
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