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This old suburb has shaken off its rough-and-tumble image, and is ready to become a dynamic township of the future.
The once-sleepy village is abuzz with new attractions.
Canopy walkways allow visitors to enjoy Air Hitam Dalam's enthralling sights.
Ecotourism brings travellers and ringgit to Seberang Perai.
Hiking along Northam Beach is a worthwhile challenge.
With sun, sea and sand in close proximity and verdant hills as the backdrop, Tanjung Bungah is the ideal suburb.
Folks at Kampung Tanjung Tokong take the changing landscape in their stride.
A pictorial ode to Tanjung Bungah.
A trek well worth the effort.
Quaint and rich in history, Bukit Tambun transports us back in time.
It's only 646 steps to the top of Bukit Juru, and a rewarding seafood treat awaits at the foothill.
From affordable housing to quaint homestays and getting in touch with nature and the land, the township is undergoing an interesting revival.
Photographer Adam Tan seeks to encapsulate tranquility.
Sabah's rivers get a community-driven rejuvenation.
Sports and recreational clubs abound in the state.
Gertak Sanggul is a world of its own.
Family history is of essential importance to folks in Ba Kelalan, and for good reason.
Deliciously hidden, Taman Rimba offers spectacular views and high adventure to hiking enthusiasts.
The folks of Ba Kelalan in Sarawak find machine planting to be a bit of a hassle.
Marco Ferrarese speaks to Paul Malone, who has documented the Penan plight in his book, The Peaceful People.
The Pangkor Island Festival, in its second year, is about the community and its heritage.
With the whole country engulfed in celebrations of art festivals and related art affairs, Malaysia seems to be having an art-tastic year.
For almost two months in 1967, Penang was in a state of near-anarchy. What happened, and how did things get to that point?
Reintroducing Wong Pow Nee, the man who paved the way for Penang's industrial success.
Far away from civilisation, Pa Lungan in Sarawak is the perfect escape.
Balik Pulau has turned into a natural sanctuary for artists to settle and create their art.
An “eyewitness” account of Balik Pulau in 1807
Dr Chew's success in the US has not stopped him from returning to Penang.
The state government has been taking initiatives to transform Penang into a leader in environmental practices.
The sea is their entire life.