Little Macam Macam


We believe it is important to engage with young children to help them cultivate a deeper awareness and inspire a love for the arts, culture and heritage. Join us at Little Macam Macam, the ultimate kids-friendly event specially curated for children and young families. There’s a feast for the senses at all corners of Little Macam Macam, with plenty of hands-on resources and exciting workshops. Immerse yourself in a world of arts, culture and live performances while having a blast and learning something new.

Watch mesmerising performances, including ventriloquism performances by Mr John, a concert-dance theatre by the award-winning pianist Dr. Esther Shin-Chuang featuring dancers Pexstret Liu and Abigail Ng Jingxuan and groove to the cultural music and dance of Kicau Bilau. Our storytelling corner also takes children on captivating presented by the Giving Tree Story House.

Let the young unleash their imagination and creativity with CahayaXR and their immersive activities, including Tilt Painting, and explorations of a virtual gallery walk. Families will also have tons of interactive arts and crafts to bond over.

It will be an unforgettable day of fun, education and laughter for the whole family. More importantly, this is a day for our children to learn about our arts and culture right at their doorsteps. Don’t miss out on this fantastic adventure, only at Little Macam Macam!

Little Macam Macam is presented by George Town Festival in collaboration with Pusat Khidmat KADUN Air Itam.

About the Asia Pacific Youth Choir (APYC)

Formed in 2011, the Asia Pacific Youth Choir (APYC) brings talented young singers aged 18-28 from Asia Pacific together to be instruments of peace and understanding. This highly competitive program offers a week of intensive rehearsals and performances with prominent international choral conductors. APYC was selected as Ambassador for the International Federation for Choral Music (IFCM) for 2013, 2014 and 2015, and has established itself as one of the most remarkable musical and intercultural experiences for promising young musicians in the Asia Pacific region.


23 July 2023


5.00pm - 10.00pm


Taman Kejiranan Desa Mawar
(Kampung Melayu, 11500 Air Itam, Penang)

Free Admission

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