Pulau Duyong, Terengganu: A fishing boat lies anchored by the beach, waiting for another full load of catch.Kuala Terengganu, Terengganu: The kuih bahulu nicely arranged at a roadside stall selling traditional cakes and savoury snacks.Kuala Terengganu: Kuih Cara Berlauk and Kuih Cara; two popular local kuihs or delicaciesKuala Terengganu- Terengganu: Street art adorns facades of old building along Jalan Kampung Cina.
5 aktiviti menarik di kuala kubu bharu
Bandar yang mempunyai lanskap yang unik dan tarikan tersembunyi masih mendapat tempat di hati mereka yang gemarkan nostalgia dan cabaran.
one man’s trash is another’s treasure
the recycling uncle
A day in a life of an independent “recycling uncle” who collects recyclables for a living.
the klang valley commute
scenes from the mrt
With the MRT Sungai Buloh-Kajang Line fully operational, Malaysians in the Klang Valley now have access to even more areas by train.
an auspicious beginning
the festival of lights
Celebrated by Hindus all over the world including Malaysia, Deepavali is a festival of good triumphing over evil. We visit Kortumalai Pillayar Temple in the heart of Kuala Lumpur in the lead up to the Festival of Lights.
at the temple of fine arts
indian fine arts in malaysia
In the spirit of Deepavali, we celebrate the festival of lights by shining a spotlight on the Temple of Fine Arts, and its efforts towards the promotion of awareness and appreciation for Indian fine arts in Malaysia.