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
cooking classes in malaysia
be skillet at cooking
Fry it, steam it, boil it; learn how to cook at these classes around Malaysia!
five malaysian jewellery makers you need to know
all that glitters
With a shared dedication to detail, focus on artistry and an eye for the uncommon, these are the five Malaysian jewellery makers you need to know.
sweet talking jai hind
indian sweets and treats
Here’s a primer on some of India’s most famed sweets and just why they’re so… sweet.
what to eat in sentul
eat like a sentul local
We round up six great places to eat in this historic and diverse part of Kuala Lumpur.
From geometric patterns to elaborate curlicues and floral motifs, here’s a look at the vintage household grilles of Malaysia.