Month: September 2014

Stewart Lane: Joss Sticks Stall No. 5

Joss Sticks Stall

A photo of an old roadside stall selling joss sticks and other traditional Chinese prayer materials. Joss sticks are a type of incense typically used for prayers in a Chinese temple. This stall is just one of the several lining up along the Stewart Lane side of the old Kuan Yin Temple.


Tanjung Bungah: Baa Baa Black Sheep Cafe

Baa Baa Black Sheep Cafe is located along the main road of Tanjung Bungah and is opposite to the Dalat International School in Penang. It serves meals all day and is quite a recent addition to the area’s restaurants and cafes.

Buckingham Street View

Buckingham St
Buckingham Street (or Lebuh Buckingham) is one of the early streets in Penang, and is so named after the Buckingham Palace in England.

George Town Street View: Pitt Street Townhouse

Old heritage townhouses along Kapitan Keling Mosque Street (or formerly Pitt Street).

George Town Street View: Union Street

Union Street

Union Street (or Lebuh Union) a rear road of the old Central Police Station of George Town in Beach Street. The street was reportedly named to commemorate the Act of Union (1800) which created the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland in 1801.

Union Street

Union Street

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