These low cost flats located off Macallum Street Ghaut as well as Cecil Street Ghaut have been around for some time, built since the 1980s. They are also located nearby to the center of George Town.
One of these flats had once been my home for more than 10 years.
Part of the wall above the old Kim Howe jewellery shop at the KOMTAR complex in George Town.
This giant white tiger mural was painted at a small lane between two heritage townhouses at Stewart Lane, George Town. This mural was painted by Japanese artist TWOONE/ Hiroyasu Tsuri.
A series of graffiti arts painted on the wall of an open space car park at Chulia Street, George Town.
A five foot way of old heritage shophouses along Carnarvon Street, George Town.
Argyll Lane (Lorong Argyll) is a small street in George Town that links both Argyll Road and Hutton Lane.
A random graffiti found on the wall of a building in George Town.
The ‘Round Island’ route connects the northern and western areas of Penang Island, from Teluk Bahang to the Balik Pulau province. This scenic route passes via the hill slopes of the northwestern part of the island, and along the journey, one will also pass by fruits farms, orchards and many durian trees (especially when it is durian season).