Heritage conservationist Ahmad Najib Ariffin says the project must be continued to preserve historical buildings.
Penang state government signs an agreement on developing sister-city ties with Arles in the Cote d'Azure.
Prime minister drops by at Alor Setar's shopping area, now in a new building, as he usually does during Ramadan.
Sardi Sahar came up with the idea in 2008 and has seen demand rise, especially in Johor, after Mahathir became PM again.
Eddin Khoo on a philistine corporate culture and a government that looks at culture as a way of making money.
Tanjung Bunga candidate questions Pakatan's sincerity, with 51 pledges unfulfilled in the past 10 years.
19th century Dato Koyah mausoleum will be reopened today after a meticulous three-year restoration project.
For many Siddis, who are Pakistanis of African descent, an annual festival at a Karachi shrine is an opportunity to reconnect with their heritage.
Federal minister says floor prices are needed to avoid airlines dropping fares too low and affecting other operators.
Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng says first phase of restoration is expected to be completed in August.
Two London mosques were given special listed status Tuesday in recognition of their architectural and historic importance.
Pearl Bank and other buildings from the era are held dear by some Singaporeans as a reminder of the country's blistering development after independence in 1965.
USM team at historical site in Penang makes surprise discovery during excavation of the moat and outer defensive structures of the fort yesterday.
Founded in 1816, former Old Frees include the late Tunku Abdul Rahman and P. Ramlee.
Lim Chen Sian says battle to safeguard Singapore's buried treasures is an uphill one.
Eveline Michelle Spykerman wishes to preserve her Portuguese heritage as much as she can before it completely disappears.
They ask who would pay RM10 to ride a monorail to 'no where' when the Melaka river cruise costs the same amount of money and is more entertaining.
It will learn from the best practices of its counterpart in Singapore under a MoU to be signed in January.
Former minister Rais Yatim urges Kelantan government to recognise importance of preservation of history and culture, and lift ban on Mak Yong.
Firemen save the worker, in her 30s, after she is found unconscious from smoke inhalation due to the raging fire at the George Town world heritage site.
Penang government gives assurance that action has been taken to strengthen the 24 shophouses at the once famous Victorian-era market area.
Family member Jimmy Sidhu hopes Selangor MB will intervene and stop house from being demolished on Sept 20.
Penang chief minister donates RM200,000 to restore a 119-year old Chinese temple in Chulia Street where ‘inaccurate’ repair works were made.
State heritage agency assures that Penang’s oldest cemetery is in its original condition following concerns that a movie production crew had built a grave-like concrete structure there.