The colorful lanes of Kuala Lumpur’s Chinatown have been enlivened by an array of atmospheric bars, cafes, and community-led artsy hangouts. Photography by Chan Kit Yeng
The Iban people of western Sarawak have a fearsome reputation due to their history of headhunting. But these days the tribe enjoys a peaceful coexistence with its surroundings.
Malaysia’s array of spectacular mosques showcase wonderful religious architecture as well as the nation’s deep Islamic spirituality.
Penang’s reputation for a hawker food paradise extends far and wide. Here’s a selection of dishes that are a must on any dining itinerary on the island.
One of Southeast Asia’s most intriguing ethnic mash-ups, Peranakan culture has bequeathed vivid architecture, design, and cuisine.
Inspired by the conservation efforts of a British hotelier, the Rungus people of Sabah’s northernmost headland are protecting their beaches and ancestral lands with eco-tourism. Photos by Kit Yeng Chan.
Malaysia’s space-age capital is a tasty proposition — and not just because of its spectacular food scene.
Sape virtuoso Alena Murang is popularizing the ancestral culture of Borneo’s Kelabit people through her music.
Borneo is legendary for its dense, rugged landscapes. And it is still very possible to lose yourself in Sarawak’s array of national parks.
The Borneo Jazz Festival returns to Sarawak this month after a two-year ab-sence with a joyfully eclectic program. Marco Ferrarese gets the skinny from Hii Yuh Lin, the festival’s artistic director and a key figure in Malaysia’s live jazz scene.
There’s are more layers to Langkawi — one of Malaysia’s most visually stunning island destinations — than meets the eye