A pair of young ladies cycling past the Ah Quee street mural.
Every night until 27 February 2014, the Kek Lok Si temple complex will be illuminated with decorative lanterns and lights in celebration of the Chinese New Year. One of the most visited site on the island, this lighting event is held annually during the Chinese New Year.
The giant statue of Goddess Kuan Yin (also known as the Goddess of Mercy) at Kek Lok Si.
An old man walking along the sidewalk of Pitt Street or now known as Jalan Masjid Kapitan Keling, one of the historical and major roads in George Town, Penang.
A portrait of the pagoda of Kek Lok Si as the sun sets over the hill.
Every Sunday, in conjunction with cars-free day at Beach Street, Project Occupy Beach Street (presumably ‘inspired’ after Occupy Wall Street) is held to attract people from all walks of life with its various fun activities as well as its makeshift Sunday marketplace. During these days, the street is lined up with stalls selling items ranging from homemade food to general goods. Activities include street performance, mini games and sports such as street soccer, traditional games and street dancing. Not only that, one can easily rent a bicycle there to explore the heritage vicinity.
For more info or the programs listing, please refer to https://www.facebook.com/occupybeachstreet.
A wall art mural of a local pastry shop ‘Ming Xiang Tai’ which is located along Armenian Street Ghaut. This painting which depicts two children trying to reach out to the buns basket on the bicycle can be found on a wall facing CF food court, further down the road from the giant cat mural.
Here is the location map of this mural (click on the map for a larger view);