Various street art murals lining up the wall along a small back alley at Armenian Street, George Town. Most of these wall arts have been commissioned by the local shops there to attract tourists who visit the popular street.
A recent addition to the ever popular Armenian Street, this small alley located among the heritage buildings in the area has been decorated with several street art murals.
A walk through Armenian Street, the most popular heritage street in George Town.
The facade of the old heritage town hall in George Town, Penang.
A large art mural of a monkey painted on the wall beside the Gudang Cafe in Armenian Street Ghaut, George Town.
The Brown Memorial is an old monument erected at Padang Brown to commemorate David Brown, a Scotsman who came from Longformacus, a small village in Berwickshire, Scotland. David Brown, who was born in 1778 and later passed away on a ship while en route to Malacca, was once the largest land owner in Penang during his time. He took over the estate of his business partner, James Scott (who took over Francis Light’s estate), following the death of Scott in 1808. A known philanthropist who helped developed Penang, David Brown also married a local wife named Nonia Ennui.
The northern end of McNair Street (or Lebuh McNair), one of the major roads running through the heart of George Town.
Chew Jetty, the famous and unique seaside village on stilts.