The policeman with a turban looked left and right whilst his hands reached out to grab the fire hose on his left, and the shotgun on his right – a scene not unusual in Penang. It’s a wire sculpture, one amongst many other street art pieces that have brought tourists from all over the world to George Town’s flourishing art scene.
When in Kuala Lumpur, leave your inhibitions behind and escape the mid-day heat in the heart of Chinatown. Strip down to basics and chill under the shade of five-foot walkways and delightful cafés that popped up in the past few years.
Words and Photography: Abby Yao
“Where else can we go besides the usual hangouts here in KL?” I’ve been asked this question many times by my foreign friends each time they visit Malaysia. Being a city girl with a passion for coffee and all things sweet, my response? The cafés, of course!
Words by: Shafiqah Shafie
There’s more to food than meets the eye. Not only does it nourish, food also has the power to bring together kith and kin together, changing strangers into friends and bridging cultural differences. Now go forth and travel, explore and eat to your heart’s content!
Words: Alice Yong
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