Pulau Duyong, Terengganu: A fishing boat lies anchored by the beach, waiting for another full load of catch.Kuala Terengganu, Terengganu: The kuih bahulu nicely arranged at a roadside stall selling traditional cakes and savoury snacks.Kuala Terengganu: Kuih Cara Berlauk and Kuih Cara; two popular local kuihs or delicaciesKuala Terengganu- Terengganu: Street art adorns facades of old building along Jalan Kampung Cina.
exploring pengkalan hulu
Far in the north corner of Perak lies Pengkalan Hulu, a place where older Chinese, Malay and Indian folk may still turn around and speak to their neighbour in fluent Siamese.
wood and stilts: the traditional malay house
a walk in kampung baru
We look at the architectural elements and changes of three different rumah Melayu houses in Kampung Baru.
old song, new tune
modernising the songket
Where once reserved for royals, modernising the songket means weaving it into the everyday fabric of Malaysian life.
made in malaysia
In the market for new shoes? Slip into the comfortable soles of these Malaysian shoe brands combining quality, design and in one case, a very good cause.
in full swing
kl s swing dancing scene
Over the past decade, Kuala Lumpur’s swing dancing scene has changed from being non-existent to having weekly socials across town. We speak to the movers and shakers behind the small but growing scene.