Vigilant guardian of city


Visitors to the George Town Heritage Celebrations last year learning about the history of Wadda Gurdwara Sahib from guide Jasvinder Singh (white turban). This year’s event promises more site tours.

THE Penang government will continue to be “the best custodian” for George Town as a UNESCO World Heritage Site through sharing management experience with peers around the world.

Chief Minister Chow Kon Yeow said their bid to preserve the city’s multicultural heritage had become more complex and challenging due to disasters and climate change.

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