Petaling Street, Kuala Lumpur: Detail of a dragon motif on the grounds of Guan Di Temple, Chinatown.Kuala Terengganu: A woman works on her hand-drawn batik piece.Medini Mall, Nusajaya: A customer reads inside a café made from re-purposed shipping containers.Location - TerengganuDataran Merdeka – KL
heritage malaysian coffee
from the grounds up
The most iconic Malaysian coffee drink of all is the kopi-o. Here’s a look at four family businesses that have stood the test of time to continue to sell this classic local favourite.
for the love of rice and curry
The next time you crave Penang nasi kandar, enjoy a feast of flavours at these Klang Valley restaurants.
the philately unit of pos malaysia
stamp of approval
An insider tour to the workings of the philately unit of Pos Malaysia, where stamps are designed, produced and sent out to post offices and collectors all over the world.
art venues in kota kinabalu
We explore art venues in and around Kota Kinabalu city that are broadening the city’s cultural footprint.
the cikgu life
A group of former teachers turn work into play with a new table-top game.