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Heritage tourism in Malaysia is a delicate balancing act

All over the world, heritage tourism – the practice of travelling to places of historical and cultural significance – remains an enduring form of travel. How then do cities in Malaysia preserve its heritage while providing quality experiences to tourists?

Malaysian F&B outlets win 2 awards at Ahead Asia 2019

Winners of the Ahead Asia 2019 Awards mirror the region’s rich cultural history and pulsating modernity.

Heritage Department not consulted

THE National Heritage Department (JWN) says it was never consulted by any party before repairs were undertaken on the century-old SMK Raja Perempuan Kelsom in Kuala Kangsar, Perak.

We must save the best of the past for the future

FROM S. SUNDRALINGAM , Ipoh

Singapore's architectural history under threat from redevelopment frenzy

SINGAPORE (Reuters) - A rush to tear down and redevelop buildings in Singapore has prompted calls to conserve ageing properties that symbolise the country's recent history and economic rise.

KL eyes Unesco heritage site status

THE Government will establish a task force to find ways to increase Kuala Lumpur’s chances of being recognised as a heritage site by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (Unesco).

Cleaning up wet markets’ dark, dirty and smelly image

THROUGHOUT history, traditional wet markets have been a lifeline for the common folk as a place to seek sustenance, and a hub of economic activities.