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Along with it is the increase in the need for integrated planning.
There's never a dhall moment when it comes to Indian food.
Street food that is according to the doctor’s orders, perhaps?
At over a century old, Penang's Botanic Gardens have an illustrious past.
It takes courage to make decisions, as businessman and cancer survivor SK Sundaram discovers.
From its origins as a simple meal to fill the tummy, nasi kandar has become a Malaysian institution.
Literary translators connect cultures from different parts of the globe, and Penang's role in the history of the art is by no means insignificant
Prangin Market, Chowrasta Market and Campbell Street Market have been the hubs of trade on the island for over a century.
The waterfront mirrors Penang’s history.
From Oxford to Chantilly, Penang is being positioned as an economic model and an intelligent city.
Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng talks about shaping a progressive economic policy in Penang that is investment-led, inclusive and sustainable.
With cafes mushrooming in George Town, we take a look at three unique joints.
We trace Bukit Mertajam's rise in the mid-20th century.
Nicholas Chan takes a close look at how the village of Bukit Mertajam grew into a 20th century economic hub.
Penang is not immune to human trafficking, but there are dedicated people involved in trying to eradicate this vice.
Nutmegs and cloves were once worth more than their weight in gold, and so Penang got on the bandwagon.
George Town runs the risk of becoming over-commercialised.
An interview with the writer of Nazi Goreng, Marco Ferrarese.
Can Penang turn itself into a model in easing tension between cars and cycles for the East and West?
Abbey Road Bistro Restaurant in Seberang Jaya, where quirky Beatles memorabilia and music meet delectable dining.
Raja Mohamad Izan Raja Yusoff speaks on his faith and becoming an imam.
On the emergence of Jawi Peranakan cuisine in Penang.
Pearly Kee, a fifth-generation Penang Nyonya, has an encyclopaedic knowledge of Nyonya recipes, and her cooking classes have drawn students from around the world.
Mahani Musa takes us back to a time when Muslim trade was at its most vibrant.