Jalan Dinding or Dinding Lane is a small and short street that is linked with Transfer Road in George Town. Although it is a lane, its Malay translation is “Jalan” – meaning Road, just like the similarly styled Hutton Lane being called Jalan Hutton. Dinding Lane is found to be named after The Dindings (now known as Manjung), part of the old Straits Settlements region.
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.
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One of the main attractions of The Habitat at Penang Hill, the Curtis Crest Tree Top Walk features breathtaking views via an elevated walkway above the treeline of Penang Hill.