Tropical Spice Garden Evolves to Survive Covid-19

By Kelvyn Yeang

September 2021 FEATURE
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PENANG HAS NO shortage of eco-tourism attractions. There is the Botanic Gardens, replete with a long history; the Penang City Park, formerly the Youth Park, where celebrations for birthdays are held and youth camps organised on weekends.Then there is the Tropical Spice Garden, a lush 5-acre exotic Eden tucked away in Teluk Bahang, home to well-curated botanic wonders and various wildlife species.How It Came to BeThe Garden was the brainchild of David Wilkinson and his wife Rebecca, who after setting...

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Kelvyn Yeang

Proficient in multiple creative disciplines, Kelvyn Yeang is a musician by night and media content creator by day. When he is not writing, designing, or creating, Kelvyn wanders the streets of George Town in search of a good story and a cup of coffee.