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GEORGE TOWN: For the first time in over a century, locations that traditionally host the elaborate Jade Emperor’s birthday (Thnee Kong Seh) celebrations are quiet this year.
GEORGE TOWN: Celebrations by the Hokkien community here to mark the Jade Emperor's birthday (Thnee Kong Seh) were a muted affair this year.
GEORGE TOWN: For first time in 113 years, the annual of celebration to pay homage to the Jade Emperor at Chew Jetty has been cancelled.
GEORGE TOWN: They have spring-cleaned their shops and are now awaiting for a fresh start to their business now that the conditional movement control order has been lifted here.
GEORGE TOWN: Tourists visiting the George Town heritage enclave are ensuring their own safety by donning face masks, maintaining physical distancing and sanitising their hands regularly.
GEORGE TOWN: The heritage city still has much to offer, with shop and stall traders now bringing down their prices for holidaymakers during the recovery phase of the movement control order (MCO).
GEORGE TOWN: Once a thriving tourist spot, the scenic Chew Jetty with closely built wooden houses in Weld Quay now looks empty and deserted.
BUKIT MERTAJAM: There’s no place like home, anyway. Families who would usually make the annual visit to cemeteries to pay homage to their ancestors during Qing Ming are now offering prayers for their dearly departed at home.
GEORGE TOWN: The tourism industry in Penang is bearing the brunt of the Covid-19 outbreak as popular hawker spots and hotels are seeing a drop in customers.