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WHEN one thinks of Penang, the first thought that comes to mind is food.
THE Dragon Boat festival is celebrated on the fifth day of the fifth month of the Chinese lunar calendar and is sometimes referred to as the “Double Fifth Festival”.
THE food court at Pudu Integrated Commercial Complex (ICC Pudu) is famed for tasty and authentic local food.
BUKIT MERTAJAM: Age and the Covid-19 pandemic have not stopped Tan Yang Ling from producing clogs from his humble workshop in Jalan Danby here.
GEORGE TOWN: After a two-year lull caused by Covid-19, Buddhists will be able to visit temples to pay homage to Buddha on Wesak Day tomorrow.
WITH the gradual transition to normalcy, Malaysians can once again enjoy some of life’s simple luxuries, such as indulging in a lavish buffet.
PETALING JAYA: Here’s some fun facts about the first British man to win gold in the modern pentathlon at last year’s Tokyo Olympics – he loves roti canai, Hokkien mee and durian.
THE community in Pekan Ampang, Selangor, has started on a project to document the town’s history, preserve its century-old buildings as well as earmark sites to be turned into tourist spots.
Multilingual performer Meer Nash hopes to reach more listeners with his music.