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The biggest short play festival in the world, first produced in Sydney
A public spectacle of ballet with shopping trolleys.
Witness the trace of time and climate on the walls of George Town
A drum performance featuring a Japanese sea shanty
Arts & Entertainment
KL-based percussion group No Noise Percussion turn everyday objects into musical instruments.
Arts & Entertainment
This inter-collaboration project includes artist and curators from various parts of South East Asia.
It's not just a bar. It's Tree Bar.
Largest bird park of its kind in Malaysia and home to over 300 species from around the world.
Three schoolmates unite their love for food by setting up Burmah108.
Every Sunday, this project will clear the roads for street soccer, car boot sales and more.
G Hotel's latest accommodation is due to open in 2014.
This hotel-bar-cafe exudes rustic charm and is decorated with vibrant colours pleasing to the eye.
Sinkeh has no means of being in the know and hides itself discreetly along Lebuh Melayu.
You could settle for coffee here but grown ups are more than welcome to enjoy their whisky instead.
If you value childhood toys and vintage atmosphere, Just Something may just be your type of cafe.
The café’s simple and straightforward interior reflects clearly the kind of western fare it serves.
SEA Film Showcase will highlight the film work of Teuku Zakaria bin Teuku Nyak Puteh otherwise known as P. Ramlee, the legendary actor, director, and musician.
The Boria is a Penang Malay-Jawi Peranakan parody theatre which originates from the ancient Persian ta'ziyeh.
Syiok Wasabi is an art market project initiated by a group of Penang local artists in collaboration with Japanese artists who brought their art pieces to Penang.
Every Thursday, That Little Wine Bar opens its doors for a weekly soiree for wine lovers.
This new wine bar is set in a beautiful old mews, nestled within the heritage zone of George Town.
Molecular mixology style drinks in this cafe, tobacconist and gallery rolled into one. We like it!