Scenic hill route is one of the many ways to circle round the island of Penang.
Map to the location of the Magazine Road Ghaut’s series of murals and Monochrome Portrait of a Boy mural.
For other street art locations, please click HERE.
A black and white emotive portrait of a little boy painted by an artist named Julia Volchkova. This recent mural can be found at one of the building (next to a small alley) at the Prangin Canal area. It is also located nearby the set of murals along Magazine Road Ghaut.
For this mural’s location, please click HERE.
Penang is also home to a few famous Thai Buddhist temples in the country such as this golden Siamese structure, which is part of the Wat Chayamangkalaram temple (Wat Chaiya Mangkalaram).
The north eastern skyline of the Penang island as seen from the Eastern and Oriental Hotel in George Town.
A steel rod art sculpture installed at the top side of a warehouse at the Penang Swettenham Pier, Weld Quay area. The caricature revealed that Weld Quay is the birthplace of the Indian spicy noodles when back in the old times, it was a local favorite meal for the sailors and port workers.