Serving authentic traditional Malay cuisine, Pen Mutiara Restaurant is located at the Batu Maung LKIM Jetty, near the new second link to Penang Island.
This 24-hour Indian-Muslim restaurant located at the junction of Chulia Street and Pitt Lane (Lebuh Pitt) in George Town, Penang, is famed for its claypot biryani rice, naan bread tandoori … Read More
Fort Cornwallis, named after the then Governor-General of India, Lord Charles Cornwallis, marks the spot where the founder of Penang, Sir Francis Light, and his crew first landed in 1786, … Read More
Chng Eng Joo was where revolutionary leader, Dr. Sun Yet Sen, moved his based to Penang, one year before China’s Republican Revolution of 1911.
Just about ten minutes’ walk from the popular Queensbay Mall, along the waterfront of Queensbay, Eastin Hotel is a full-service business class hotel with a total of 328 tastefully-appointed guest … Read More
This quaint restaurant along Armenian Street serves authentic Jawi Peranakan (Straits Muslim) cuisine, one of the rare places, even in Penang.
Boria is a kind of performance that incorporates singing, music and dancing. This 3-in-1 element is the most unique performance art in the world.
This nipah-roofed house, located along a street now named Jalan P. Ramlee (formerly Caunter Hall), was where the late P. Ramlee (Ramli bin Puteh) was born on March 22, 1929.
Taking a breather from traipsing Payang Market and Chinatown one late morning, my friend, Mak, decided to stop at Tappers Café to recharge, simply because it looked nice.
After almost a week of Terengganu delicacies, delegates from China, Hong Kong and Thailand of the 2014 Terengganu International Squid Jigging Festival were craving for some tastes of their homeland … Read More
The Terengganu State Museum hosts exhibitions on a regular basis. Currently, it is holding one called ‘By Time’.
Said to be a pioneer in Malaysian batik, Noor Arfa Craft Centre in Kuala Terengganu, or NACC in short, was established in 1980.