Originated as a small shrine along Noordin Street in George Town, the Tow Moo Keong temple is built as a place of worship for Tow Moo, a Chinese deity known usually as the goddess of the heavens. The temple features detailed sculptures of dragons and heavenly entities of the Chinese lore.
Heritage pre-war townhouses painted in orange color, in Noordin Street, George Town.
A scene that resembles more of a foreign place than the Penang island itself. This rather hidden path is located beside the Penang Hill base station.
A trishaw resting by the roadside of a rather empty Downing Street during a bank holiday in George Town, Penang.
A wall art mural painted on one of the “Nine Shophouses of Kek Chuan Road” in George Town. The Nine Shophouses are a row of rejuvenated pre-war townhouses in Kek Chuan Road which are also painted with nine distinctive colors.
Every year, during the Chinese New Year festive period, the famous and iconic Kek Lok Si temple will be illuminated to celebrate the festival.