View of the Kelawei Road and the surrounding Pulau Tikus district skyline. Kelawei Road is one of the major and busy roads in Penang, serving as the connection to Gurney Drive area, the town center and Tanjung Bungah coastal area.
A graffiti art painted on a wall of a car park area in Chulia Street, George Town.
An old worn out facade of a pre-war building in George Town.
Sunday is a cars-free day at Beach Street where one can choose to either leisurely walk or cycle along the historical street.
Apart from the usual popular wall murals, like all cities in the world, Penang is also no stranger to street graffiti. This was found painted on a wooden wall at an area nearby Hutton Lane, George Town.
A shophouse with old pre-war architecture dated back to the 1900s which is located at the corner of the junction of Nagore Road and Burmah Road. Two art murals (Pigeon House and the Lady in Qipao) can be seen painted on the wall of the building’s sidewalk.
The Penang Second Bridge which is near its completion can be seen from this eastern shore of the island.
Tucked away in the Komtar Walk area, Coob Coffee Club is a small cozy cafe serving Japanese style food, coffee, tea, and a small selection of cakes. Its signature drink is the Sumiyaki syphon coffee. For more info, do visit its website here; www.coobcoffee.com.