Kimberley Street (Lebuh Kimberley) is an old street in George Town center that starts from Penang Road. The street is famous for its many hawker stalls, especially during the night. It was found to be named after John Wodehouse, the Earl of Kimberley, a British colonial secretary.
Presgrave Street (or Lebuh Presgrave) is a street in George Town that runs through McNair Street and connects to C.Y Choy Road. Known as the ‘Third Street’ in the Prangin Canal area, the street also houses one of the many popular street food or hawker centers in George Town. The Kwong Wah Yit Poh Chinese newspaper office is also located here.