One of the most common mythical creatures in Chinese lore is the Qilin. Qilin looks like a cross-breed of a dragon and a giraffe although historically, Qilin was said to have originated from the giraffe. According to Chinese beliefs, Qilin is a divine creature that protects against evil and therefore, usually appears as sculptures or paintings in temples as well as in ancient Chinese architecture.
Noordin Street Ghaut is an extended stretch of Noordin Street in George Town.
Pawnshop and School Union
Carnarvon Street, George Town.
View of George Town from the peak of Penang Hill.