2019 Culinary Trends

Every year sees its lot of food fads, must-have dishes and flashes in the blazing-hot pan. But what do the food trends of 2019 share? Many of them are as good for us as...

Women Of Achievement: Dr Mahaletchumy Arujanan

As the world celebrates International Women’s Day on 8 March, Going Places dedicates the week to telling the stories of incredible Malaysian women who are doing amazing work for the causes closest to their...

7 Places To Go Bird Watching In Malaysia

With its diverse tropical landscape from mangroves, lush lowlands, mountain rainforests to islands and beaches, Malaysia is a bird paradise. Home to 790 species of birds in both Peninsular and East Malaysia, 63 of...

The Journey So Far: Pandelela Rinong

Malaysia's diving darling heads for the Olympics again

Meet The Last “Bedak Sejuk” Maker of Penang

A traditional beauty remedy. As you wander the countryside of Balik Pulau in Malaysia’s Penang state, you may come across trays of dainty, teardrop-like beads drying under the scorching sun. These are called bedak sejuk...

These Are The Latest Gadgets You Need Right Now

From cameras to smartphones, we've got you covered with a list of must-haves from the world of tech. Balanced Versatility Nokia has added another member to its Android One family. The Nokia 2.2 is powered by...

Ancestral Lights: Ipoh’s Traditional Lantern Maker

Shining a light on this ancient Chinese art. Before the age of electricity, candle-lit lanterns were the primary source of light, and many families knew how to make them. The need for lanterns dwindled significantly...

Hidden Hakka Settlements Where Time Stands Still In West Malaysia

These secret alcoves offer an insightful story and portrayal of the Peninsula’s Hakka clan that you can still experience today

Exploring Liverpool Anfield: Home Of The Reds

Liverpool FC’s Anfield stadium has retained the spirit of its fantastic heritage and is a site that fans of the club and visitors to the English city should not miss. Words Julie Goh + Bill...

Talking Films With Wee Li Lin, One Of Singapore’s Pioneer Female Filmmakers

Audiences and appetites for Singaporean cinema have grown, but a strong pool of talent with the right training is needed to stay the course, says filmmaker Wee Li Lin. Photography courtesy of Singapore Tourism Board When...
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