The Heart of Penang’s Cuisine

Tucked away on the idyllic northern coast of Penang island, where the ocean meets the rainforest, sits Tropical Spice Garden, a bio-diverse living museum that honors the intimate relationship between Malaysia’s food, its people and its geography. The Garden’s six acres are home to more than 500 living specimens of lush and exotic flora that […]

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Overlooked Art Museums

Every major cosmopolitan city has its star art museum. And while the Louvre in Paris and the Met in New York have earned their international acclaim, their fame can make visiting these renowned galleries a crowded experience. Fortunately, there are a few places off the beaten track where you can view breathtaking masterpieces in relative […]

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Art by Humans, Art by Nature

For those looking to spend the summer immersed in beauty, Penang should be at the top of the list. Thanks to its 130 million year old rainforest and 5,000 years of human civilization, the island has a wealth of both natural and man-made art. In fact, the whole month of August is devoted to it. […]

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