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THE existence of the Malay Sultanates in the country is historically linked to the Melaka Sultanate.
Malaysia is a melting pot of cultures, so it is no surprise that we have countless dishes and snacks that are unique to our country.
JOHOR BARU: Once worn by royals and nobles, tanjak – also known as tengkolok – is growing more popular among the younger generation, especially during Hari Raya.
Cinemas in Singapore will further limit seat capacities to comply with the new Covid-19 measures announced this week.
RESIDENTS and elected representatives have commended Klang Municipal Council (MPK) for the transformation of the former Padang Chetty at Jalan Bukit Jawa.
Look beyond the urban vibe of JB and you will find a wealth of attractions suitable for all kinds of travellers. A big part of the state of Johor's appeal also lies in its rich heritage.
SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/ANN): Private home prices in Singapore rose for a fourth straight quarter, jumping 2.9 per cent in the first three months of this year, raising bets on a fresh round of cooling measures.
Muhamad Haikal Sa’ari realised that his English lessons weren't going to be useful if his students didn't understand him. So, he picked up their language through listening to local songs.
Singapore MOH warns people to comply with MC requirements after 5 charged over Covid-19 offences; 12 imported cases reported
SINGAPORE, March 15 (The Straits Times/ANN): The Health Ministry warned those with acute respiratory symptoms to comply with Covid-19 restrictions after five people were charged in court over allegedly committing coronavirus-related offences.