The tower of Acheen Street Mosque comes into view as one walks along Cannon Street. The popular ‘A Boy Reaching Up’ mural of Ernest Zacharevic can also be spotted at the wall of the house on the right of the street.
Floating colorful umbrellas and stars decorating the Armenian Street Art Alley at nights.
Art murals painted at the walls of Penang City Stadium depicting famous legendary football players of Penang. The football players shown are Ali Bakar, Datuk Namat Abdullah, M Kuppan, Pang Siang Hock, Shukor Salleh and Mohd Faiz Subri.
The art murals commissioned by the Penang City Council (MBPP) are painted by a local Penang artist, Mohd Azmi Mohd Hussain.
Kek Lok Si at night during the last few days of its lighting period.
This mural is dedicated to Hameediyah Restaurant, the oldest nasi kandar seller in the country which has its historical roots all the back to 1907.
The mural can be found at the alley just behind the Hameediyah Restaurant at Campbell Street (Lebuh Campbell).
This fresh milk seller who called himself Disco has been operating his ‘Disco Corner Cafe’ or ‘Disco Fresh Milk’ stall by the side of Ayer Itam’s main road for many years. The stall is a favorite among the locals here and only starts operating during late evenings to late nights.
The Sisters’ Curry Mee in Ayer Itam is one of the oldest and most famous food stalls in Penang. Renowned for their heritage food taste, the curry mee is a must try for visitors in Ayer Itam. This local art mural is being created in honor of the sisters and can be found behind one of the alley ways of Ayer Itam town.
Since their retirement a couple years ago, the curry mee stall is now managed by their grandniece and it operates from morning to noon daily.
The new art murals located at the town of Ayer Itam, Penang. These murals depicts various local scenes of Ayer Itam, from the famous “Curry Mee Sisters” in the daytime to the popular nighttime “Disco Fresh Milk” seller in Ayer Itam.
The annual Chinese New Year (CNY) Decorations in Queensbay Mall. This year, the mall sees a far lesser crowd due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the Movement Control Order.