Kuala Kangsar Road (Jalan Kuala Kangsar), George Town.
Rows of lanterns hanging at the Han Jiang Ancestral Temple in George Town, Penang.
The old Kuan Yin Temple at Jalan Masjid Kapitan Keling (or Kapitan Keling Mosque Street), George Town.
This art mural is found on the wall of the old wooden house in Chew Jetty where Folklore by the Sea performance show is located.
Located at the famous Chew Jetty, Folklore By The Sea is a live theatrical show which tells the story of the settlers from China who built their homes at the Penang waterfront in the 1880s.
Lai Kheng Perm Parlour at Keng Kwee Street, George Town.
Cannon Street, George Town.
The name Cannon Street had its origin from the cannons that were fired during the Penang Riots in 1867. The riot was the result of a secret society dispute when the alliance of Tua Pek Kong Hoey (Kean Teik Tong) and the Red Flag Gang fought against the alliance of the Ghee Hin Kongsi and the White Flag Gang for ten days in George Town. It was said that some of the houses still have lasting damages as a result from the riot.