The Acheen Street or Acheh Street (Lebuh Acheh), is a street in George Town named for the old Acehnese community who used to live there.
Old heritage pre-war townhouses along Acheen Street, George Town. These double-storeys townhouses normally have the “Southern Chinese” Eclectic Style architecture, which is often influenced by a mix of Chinese, Indian and European style design.
An alley turned into a mini hidden garden in Acheen Street, George Town.
The Acheen Street or Acheh Street (Lebuh Acheh), is a street in George Town within the heritage zone itself. The street was named in recognition of the old Acehnese community who used to live there.
The street is also home to the famous Acheen Street Mosque, an unique and historical mosque. The mosque with its recognizable minaret is located right at the junction formed by Acheen Street and Cannon Street.
Five Foot Ways are public spaces in front of most pre-war townhouses in George Town. An unique architectural design on its own, Five Foot Ways roughly describes the width of the walking passage though this may not necessarily be accurate as some passage ways may be wider or more narrow.
Locals resting on a bench along Acheen Street.