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Curb food wastage during festivals, urges Lee

PETALING JAYA: Government and non-governmental organisations should help curb food wastage du­­ring festivals, says Tan Sri Lee Lam Thye.

Holidaymakers check out popular attractions in Penang

GEORGE TOWN: As some people make a beeline for the Hari Raya open houses, holidaymakers took the chance to explore the state’s popular attractions during the public holiday.

Zhao, Yu, Fu and Chen scouting their next attraction from a map of George Town. — LIM BENG TATT/The Star

A chance to kick back and relax in the city

KUALA LUMPUR: The city comes to a standstill during the Hari Raya season each year when city folk leave for their hometowns.

Taking in the view: Tourists and foreigners admiring the landmark Petronas Twin Towers as they spent the public holiday at KLCC. — Bernama

Johor cops go all out to curb illegal online gambling

JOHOR BARU: Johor police are conducting a massive operation to curb illegal online gambling.

Artist adds colour to streets

JOHOR BARU: When Iskandar Noor Rahim caught his first glimpse of street art as a boy, he was hooked.

For the love of art: Akeem posing in front of one of his artworks at Taman Saujana in Johor.

Farah Ann bent on proving her worth at Asian Games

KUALA LUMPUR: National gymnastic queen Farah Ann Abdul Hadi’s performance at the 2018 Common­wealth Games was a modest one but it has spurred her to want to do better in the Asian Games in August.

Bend it like Farah: Farah Ann competing in the artistic gymnastics event during the 2018 Commonwealth Games in Gold Coast. — AFP

Bundles of goodness – Peranakan style

GEORGE TOWN: The making of chang (rice dumpling) is a labour of love steeped in culture for Jerry Kong, a fifth generation of Baba Nyonya descent.

Labour of love: (From left) Su Pei, Ang and Chin See preparing rice dumpling.

Information gallery on Kelam Cave in the works

KANGAR: The Kelam Cave, a unique tourist attraction in Perlis, will have a gallery that contains information on the limestone cave as well as its distinctive flora and fauna.

Tourist attraction: A file photo showing people walking up to the entrance of Kelam Cave at Kaki Bukit, Perlis.

Hiking trail in Balik Pulau in a sad state

BALIK PULAU: Old habits die hard in new Malaysia as seen in the garbage strewn along a hiking trail leading to the popular Teluk Kampi beach here.

Dangerous condition: A man walking on the broken planks at the Penang National Park in Teluk Bahang.

An entertainer unlike any other

IPOH: Street musician Hassan Basri may have been estranged from his wife and children but it was not an excuse for him to rely on goodwill alone to support himself.

Unique style: Hassan performing to a group of orphans at a hypermarket in Jelapang, Ipoh.