A view from the street of Carnarvon Lane heading towards Toh Aka Lane.
Bishop Street (or in local name, Lebuh Bishop), is a street situated in the heritage area of George Town and is connected with Beach Street and King Street. The street was named after the Roman Catholic Bishop Garnault who moved to Penang island during the old colonial era, upon an invitation by Francis Light. The bishop’s presbytery is located at the street.
This mural depicting a bouquet of flowers as an ice cream can be found at one of the building wall along Beach Street, George Town.
It is also painted for the Urban Xchange art festival. An easy way to find this mural is to spot the signboard No.265 while one drives along Beach Street.
For the map and location, please click HERE.