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GEORGE TOWN: Though traditionally not a favourite for China nationals, Penang is looking forward to a good share of the Golden Week pie as tens of millions of Chinese swarm around the world for their holiday.
GEORGE TOWN: Looking for some downtime from the hustle and bustle of work and traffic jams, many locals swarmed Penang for a short getaway during the extra long weekend.
GEORGE TOWN: It has been 11 years since George Town was recognised as a Unesco World Heritage site. However, the city is now paying the price for its unique status.
GEORGE TOWN: Despite being dropped by DAP, incumbent Tanjong MP Ng Wei Aik said he would continue to stand in the front line and defend the party.
ARRIVING by land and sea, thousands of tourists flock to Penang’s century-old clan jetties every day. These were once a collection of ramshackle huts on stilts – the oldest examples of Chinese settlements in Malaysia – on the verge of being demolished by property developers. But they are now filled with colourful homes peddling souvenirs, snacks and lodgings to the cultural traveller.