Kuching, Sarawak: A mosque sits resplendently observing the setting sun.Kuching, Sarawak: A serene wooden walkway along the Sarawak River.Teluk Bahang, Penang: Rock formations line this popular tourist destination in Penang.Georgetown, Penang: Two youths walk by Chime Heritage, a refurbished retail spot now filled with various new businesses.Kuching, Sarawak: Exciting bars and cafe abound along Carpenter Street.Kota Kinabalu, Sabah: Children looking at satellite TV dishes at the Kampung Tanjung Aru Lama water village.Kuching, Sarawak: A serene wooden walkway along the Sarawak River.Kuala Ibai- Terengganu: The sun sets on the Tengku Tengah Zaharah Mosque.
model ekonomi generasi muda malaysia
Johan Ropi menerangkan konsep Indienomics.
It’s not just a co-curricular activity. Our local marching bands are rising as world champions.
a local’s guide to ipoh: where to eat
There’s more to food in Ipoh than nga choy kai, kai si hor fun and white coffee. Here are five other places for you to try in the Silver City.
the girl code
agents of change
Computer programming has always been seen as a boy’s club, but these local groups and non-profit organisations are bridging the gender gap, one line of code at a time.
poet pilot of the skies
The next time you’re on an AirAsia flight, be sure to check if your pilot is the famous Captain Shaha, the poet pilot of the skies.