Fishing village and jetty at the Teluk Bahang coast.
This colourful art mural can be spotted from the street of Magazine Road Ghaut in George Town. It is one of the three murals painted on some of the old heritage houses there.
This beautiful and colourful art mural can be spotted from the street of Magazine Road Ghaut in George Town. It is one of the three murals painted on some of the old heritage houses there.
A series of street art murals painted on the back of several old heritage houses at Magazine Road Ghaut, George Town.
St. George’s Church at No.1, Farquhar Street.
A recent addition to the series of street arts of George Town is this art mural of a couple riding a bicycle happily, painted by local artist Caryn Koh. Caryn Koh is also the girl featured in another large art mural (Looking Up) painted by street artist Jarus.
This particular art work can be found at Keng Kwee Street (or Lebuh Keng Kwee), the same street where the famous Penang Cendol stall is located.
The old Shree Kunj Bihari temple (also known as Sri Kunj Bihari Temple or Shree Krishna Temple) is a North Indian temple located at Penang Road, at the heart of George Town. Built in the 1800s, the temple was the first place of worship for the Indian community in the area, who came from North India.