Major arts and culture events, festivals are back again in Malaysia


The George Town Festival 2022 is set to put Penang in the international arts and culture spotlight in July. Photo: George Town Festival

With a number of pandemic restrictions lifted last month in Malaysia, activities are resuming in (almost) full force and people are on the move once again.

After the past two years of online-only events, many annual arts and culture festivals are offering a hybrid experience this year, with the main focus on physical events and outdoor activities.

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