An art sculpture depicting an Indian selling “nyonya kuih ” on the street. This was a common sight back in the old days whereby nyonya kuih sellers (most of them are Indians) would be either cycling or walking around the town selling the local delicacies.
Armenian Street rarely sees such emptiness during the pre-Covid-19 era, however, with multiple movement control orders and the ban of travels, the popular street is mostly quiet these days.
Floating colorful umbrellas and stars decorating the Armenian Street Art Alley at nights.
Armenian Street on a less busy day during the pandemic period. The street has seen lesser tourists due to the lingering Covid-19 cases in the country.
Lanterns adorning the Armenian Park at night during the Chinese New Year festive period. The park is also used as a major place for festive celebration such as the Lanterns Festival above, to be held during the weeks of Chinese New Year.
Colorful lanterns adorning the Armenian Street Park in George Town, in conjunction with the celebration of the Chinese Mid-Autumn Lantern Festival.
A random scene at Armenian Street, George Town during the Chinese New Year.