Walk Zone: Balik Pulau - Penang Island's Rural Solace
By Syafiqah Nazurah Mukhtar, Lim Sok SwanSeptember 2021 December 2021 FEATURE
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Syafiqah Nazurah Mukhtar
is an urban studies researcher who also loves to decorate homes and spaces.
Lim Sok Swan
is currently focusing on heritage studies. She believes that more understanding among different groups and cultures can make Malaysia a better home for all.