The streets of George Town, the multicultural UNESCO World Heritage city in Penang, became the living classroom for over 20 AirAsia Allstars who joined an exclusive photography workshop late last year.
Using only her iPhone, Australian medic Sarika Gupta captured moving portraits of the people she encountered during voluntary clinical placements in India, Myanmar and Papua New Guinea. The Sydney native shares her love of medicine and art with travel 3Sixty° and talks to us about her first solo exhibition.
Compiled By: Chitra Santhinathan Images: Sarika Gupta
The smallest big city in the world, Sydney is a treasure throve of excitement. Sure, almost everyone with a Lonely Planet guidebook can pinpoint the must-sees of Sydney such as the Opera House, Darling Harbour and Paddington Market. But there’s more to Sydney beyond all that jazz. While your wanderlust takes you through Sydney’s major tourist hotspots, pace down your journey and make a stop at one of these lesser known yet equally exciting places to visit as well!
By: Irvin Hanni
Art devotees, rejoice! Kuala Lumpur and Penang are home to all things hip and artsy, and exploring their distinctive art scenes is the current craze among urbanites today. Adolescent energy and experimental quintessence can be found through the cities’ vibrant streets and spaces in the most unexpected places. Here are our top picks.
Words by: Shafiqah Shafie
Singapore-based Dutch artist Marcel Heijnen sees beauty in walls. This visual artist tells Travel 3Sixty° about his latest series of photographs titled Residue, which uses a clever technique to capture images of buildings and the textural beauty of otherwise ordinary walls.
Words: Chitra Santhinathan
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