Day: October 20, 2013

Muntri Street: The Camera Museum

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Opened this year from a renovated pre-war shophouse located along Muntri Street, the Camera Museum showcases various retro or vintage cameras besides having a photography exhibition gallery. The cameras on display are of various shapes and designs with some vintage cameras up for sale at its gift shop. There’s also s small cafe inside the museum. The museum opens daily from 9am to 8pm and its Facebook site is https://www.facebook.com/PenangCameraMuseum. There is a RM20 entrance fee for adults, RM10 for students and senior citizens to access the cameras display hall.

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Camera Museum Wall Art Murals

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King Street: Cantonese Tua Pek Kong Temple

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The Cantonese Tua Pek Kong Temple located along King Street of George Town’s Heritage Zone is an old Taoist temple was built by the local Chinese communities during 18th century. Tua Pek Kong, literally “Grand Uncle”, is worshiped as the god of prosperity by the Chinese.

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