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FOR the first time in almost 150 years, Jalan Utama in George Town, Penang, was all quiet during Thaipusam.
GEORGE TOWN: The silver chariot procession here went on as planned in keeping with its 165-year-old Thaipusam tradition despite the state government’s directive not to do so.
THE THAIPUSAM celebration at the Arulmigu Sree Balathandayuthapani Waterfall Hilltop Temple in Penang this year is a quiet affair without the usual throng of devotees and onlookers.
FLORIST R. Gopal grew up joining the silver chariot procession on the eve of Thaipusam for over 40 years now.
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GEORGE TOWN: The Silver Chariot has reached the Nattukotai Chettiar Temple at 6am on Wednesday (Jan 27) after it left the Kovil Veedu on Penang Street at 3.30am.
GEORGE TOWN: Florists along Jalan Masjid Kapitan Keling here are facing a double whammy with their businesses affected by the movement control order and cancellation of the Thaipusam festival, which falls on Thursday.
After almost a year of mostly staying home and minimising travel, it’s natural for many to want to reignite their wanderlust once again. In fact, a recent survey revealed that many Malaysians have been feeling the travel blues.
IPOH: The Tanjung Batu waterfall in Segari, Manjung, is not affected due to quarrying activities but photos of a site that had gone viral is actually a seasonal stream, says Mohd Akmal Kamarudin.
IPOH: The Tanjung Batu waterfall in Segari, Manjung is still protected, says state Environment and Green Technology committee chairman Mohd Akmal Kamarudin.