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

With its fishing villages, beaches and heritage sites, Teluk Kumbar is well worth exploring.
Penang Hill Corporation plans to refurbish and repurpose some of the old state-owned bungalows. What can visitors expect from the plan and how the plan fits in PHC’s bid to be listed as a Unesco Biosphere Reserve?
An ideal introduction to the history and culture of a laid-back part of Penang Island, on the other side of the ridge of hills that divides Penang from top to bottom.
So much about Penang’s heritage, arts and culture, have you encountered the nature side of the city and want to explore them? Janice Kua compiles an exciting list of must-see ecosites in Penang. Experience them!
There’s a place that is a cross between Hollywood’s version of Garden of Eden and the garden of Queen of Hearts right here in Penang where art and nature collide.
Visiting Penang and not sure where to start? There is so much Penang has to offer. Whether its history, heritage and culture to a never-ending list of attractions or the delectable food one must not leave this state before taking a tour. Here, Janice Kua suggests a few must-do tours.
Many may not know that Penang is also a suitable place for birding. Here are some tips and suggestions shared by the Malaysian Nature Society on birding areas in the state.
The time for the big balloons to float around Penang island is drawing near. Do not miss out on the fun things happening during the event.
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.
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