Kuching, Sarawak: A mosque sits resplendently observing the setting sun.Kuching, Sarawak: A serene wooden walkway along the Sarawak River.Teluk Bahang, Penang: Rock formations line this popular tourist destination in Penang.Georgetown, Penang: Two youths walk by Chime Heritage, a refurbished retail spot now filled with various new businesses.Kuching, Sarawak: Exciting bars and cafe abound along Carpenter Street.Kota Kinabalu, Sabah: Children looking at satellite TV dishes at the Kampung Tanjung Aru Lama water village.Kuching, Sarawak: A serene wooden walkway along the Sarawak River.Kuala Ibai- Terengganu: The sun sets on the Tengku Tengah Zaharah Mosque.
tailor-made in malaysia
needle and thread
With the longevity of family-run businesses and the rise of a new generation of young tailors, tailoring is most definitely not a dying trade in Malaysia.
After his big win at the Kuala Lumpur SEA Games, Malaysia's first para-handcyclist is aiming to represent the country at the 2020 Paralympic Games.
from kl with love
The Kuala Lumpur art scene stepped up its game recently by staging an ambitious international arts festival, the KL Biennale.
rise of the ramly burger
Pioneered by a streetside burger vendor with a vision, the Ramly brand is now a quintessential part of Malaysian life. We chart the growth of the humble burger stall, and the legacy it has trailed.
wats in tumpat
by the border
We take a look at the Buddhist temples that dot the town of Tumpat, Kelantan on the Thailand-Malaysia border.