If Cameron Highlands, a highland resort in Pahang, is known for its strawberry farms and tea plantation, Janda Baik, which is becoming another highland resort in the state, is set to be a hub for fig farming with an area covering about one hectare being developed for the purpose.

Seventeen portrait paintings and illustrations from the Petronas Art Collection are currently on display at Sabah Art Gallery in Kota Kinabalu, capturing the individual qualities of Merdeka Award recipients and honouring their dedication and commitment to society.

By Siti Shafiah Ariffin

KUALA LUMPUR,  Oct 9 (Bernama) — Located right in the middle of the concrete jungle in Kuala Lumpur city centre, the KLCC park should be recognised as the best public park in the country, said an landscape architect.

GEORGE TOWN, Oct 5 (Bernama) -- After three years, Siberian street artist made a comeback to Penang and will begin her upcoming project tonight at Batu Lanchang flat beside the iconic wet market.

By Hamdan Ismail

LANGKAWI, Oct 4 (Bernama) --- The National Art Gallery takes a new leap by opening a branch at Dayang Walk here , the first outside the federal capital of Kuala Lumpur.

By Marfika Adnan Haris Fadzilah

On a bright sunny morning last Saturday, the banks of the Klang River came alive when some members of the public came dressed as their favourite anime or manga characters to clean up the city’s most polluted river.

By Ali Imran Mohd Noordin

KUALA TERENGGANU (Bernama) -- The time was 8.40 p.m. and it was pitch dark at Redang Island's Pantai Chagar Hutang.

The beach was damp as there had been a steady drizzle since dusk.

Amidst the hushed atmosphere, two Green turtles emerged from the South China Sea and slowly ambled up the beach. These endangered reptiles only had one thing in mind – to find a safe spot to lay their eggs.

Some sections of the beach were rock-strewn but, fortunately, it did not hamper the turtles from landing there.

It was probably the quietness and stillness that attracted them to Pantai Chagar Hutang as they must have felt safe from predators.

The day these two Green turtles – nicknamed Sabariah and Kartini – turned up at Pulau Redang, this writer was also there together with a group of journalists and television cameramen from the Malaysian National News Agency (BERNAMA) and Bernama News Channel (BNC).