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Screenings of classic films from across the globe
They grew up watching Penang evolve and share why they love it
This year's theme of 'Colours of Jazz' continues throughout April
Arts & Entertainment
Hong Kong superstar Eason Chan will ease the year with his first concert in Penang.
Food & Restaurants
Tasty Nyonya food and a lovely ambience are what this place has to offer.
Featuring headliners Magic Tower (Taiwan), Brooklyn (Australia) and Malaysian act Imma *bleep* youup.
Get your style exclusive from the retailers of Gurney Paragon.
The sleek beauty retailer celebrates its second opening at Queensbay Mall.
Take the challenge and run up all 65 floors of Penang's tallest building. Register before May 1.
The interior design adds a contemporary touch onto the building's classic English feel.
Spacious and elaborated with the proprietors' signature fusion of Peranakan and contemporary design.
If you need a place to crash after Eason Chan's concert, G Hotel has some special rates for you.
Kick off Easter with scrumptious selection of Easter favourites from roast beef to hot cross buns.
The obligatory, fiery seafood tom yam is a definite must to start off your meal at Khun Thai.
Enjoy Oklahoma fried chicken and Maryland crab cake this Easter Sunday.
Encourages audiences to ponder deeply from art installations and paintings in the exhibition.
Three artists from Medan, Indonesia will showcase a series of paintings this month.
From the 'Ice Age' series to his new 'Rio' franchise, Carlos Saldanha is all heart.
It's become a favourite watering hole for expats, tourists, and Penangites alike.
There's never such a thing as too much wine here each Thursday.
Their beef rendang alone garnered a loyal following amongst Batu Ferringhi tourists.