Penangites turned up to witness a spectacle of colour, skill and tradition as the Pesta Chingay, Lion and Dragon Dance Parade wind its way through the inner city streets.
More than 1,000 Hindu devotees waited eagerly to witness the silver chariot bearing the statue of Lord Muruga, as it made it’s way from Penang Street to the Nattukottai Chettiar Temple on Waterfall Road.
The carnival featured loads of activities including Spin & Win, Street Dance Competition, Shoe Painting, Talent Search, Cosplay Competition and Eating & Drinking Competition.
Penang’s devoted Buddhists observed Wesak Day on Tuesday to mark the birth, enlightenment and passing of Buddha.
Thousands of Buddhist devotees, locals and tourists waited along several streets in Penang to watch the annual Wesak Day float procession.
Lobak or beancurd skin minced meat wrap is a local delicacy in Penang.
River meets light, is a potpourri of dance, theater act and music that brought the show to life at the canal or better known as ‘Sia Boey’ to the Chinese community in Penang.
A new funicular train up Penang hill attracts more tourists to visit the picturesque hill that gives fabulous aerial view of “The Pearl of the Orient”.
The fasting month never fails to bring joy to both Muslims and non-Muslims, especially during late evenings when everyone hurries to the nearest Ramadhan bazaars.
Some clips from practices of their 2012 summer show, shot in Langkawi