One of the two oldest markets in George Town, Campbell Street Market was built in the early 1900s, and it featured unique colonial architecture design.
Two murals featured on a set of containers located at Batu Kawan area, for the Penang International Container Art Festival (PICAF).
This container art work can be found just beside the McDonald’s restaurant at Karpal Singh Drive, Penang.
Penang International Container Art Festival (PICAF) featuring container arts installation located at Prangin Mall, George Town.
Lanterns adorning the Armenian Park at night during the Chinese New Year festive period. The park is also used as a major place for festive celebration such as the Lanterns Festival above, to be held during the weeks of Chinese New Year.
Like every Chinese or Lunar New Year, the famous Kek Lok Si temple complex will be lighted up during the nights of the festive period in Penang. Throngs of visitors will be going up the hill temple to marvel at the display of the lights.
Completed and opened in the year 1883, this small garden beside the Penang Town Hall was named after the fountain located at the center of the garden. The fountain was donated by a local businessman named Koh Seang Tat to the George Town Municipal Council back then. This historical Fountain Garden also undergone a restoration in recent years and is now a small outdoor but shaded park in the city.
Chinese New Year decoration for the year 2020 at Queensbay Mall.