Sungai Burong, Balik Pulau.
Entopia is the newly renovated, upgraded and expanded version of the Penang Butterfly Farm. After a year of major rework and upgrade, Entopia opened its door during the middle of this year. It maintains its free roaming butterflies concept while at the same time, includes other types of bugs and even reptiles, as well as establishing several new attraction and educational zones.
For more info, do visit its official website; http://entopia.com/
Exterior shots of Entopia (where butterflies roam):
Interior shots of Entopia (with interactive video, learning games and information center):
Wall art sculpture made of steel rod promoting the benefits of cycling.
A beautiful art mural created by street artist Emmanuel Jarus. This artwork titled “Looking Up” depicts a woman (Caryn Koh) looking up from presumably her mobile phone which is being held on her palm. This mural, apparently the largest one in the country, is easily visible if one passes by 1st Avenue shopping mall along Magazine Road. It is painted on the wall of the shopping mall building in George Town.
Jarus is a Canadian mural artist who usually paints the people he meets during his travel.
Several old traditional Penang trishaws parked alongside the pavement of Penang Road, George Town. This is a popular rest spot for trishaw riders, and the large trishaw art mural can be seen across the road from here.
Lorong Muda and its “Joss Stick Maker” street art wall sculpture in George Town. Lorong Muda (or Muda Lane in English) is a rather narrow lane that links both Stewart Lane and Market Lane. This little lane is famous for its traditional joss stick maker.
The old heritage townhouse of the joss stick maker: