Kuala Kangsar Road or Jalan Kuala Kangsar, is a street in George Town that was named after Kuala Kangsar, the old Royal town of Perak state, and was once a focal area of Malay theater and performance in the early days. The street is usually crowded with marketplace activities in the mornings as the Chowrasta Market is located nearby too.
Carnarvon Street, George Town.
One easier mode of transportation in George Town is the Link Bikes that can be found in most tourist spots in the town.
A recent addition to the series of street arts of George Town is this art mural of a couple riding a bicycle happily, painted by local artist Caryn Koh. Caryn Koh is also the girl featured in another large art mural (Looking Up) painted by street artist Jarus.
This particular art work can be found at Keng Kwee Street (or Lebuh Keng Kwee), the same street where the famous Penang Cendol stall is located.
A bicycle ride on a Sunday noon at Chulia Street.
As part of Penang government’s effort to promote cycling, the Link Bike Sharing System was introduced by the Penang Island City Council in 2016 to provide a convenient bicycle-sharing system for the public. One can simply pick up a bicycle from any station and then return it to other stations which will be located at 25 strategic places in George Town. The system also provides an alternative to sight-seeing George Town and to use the service, one can just simply download its app and follow the instruction.
For more info, do visit the LinkBike site: https://www.linkbike.my/.
Arguably the three most famous art murals as painted (and repainted again early this year) by Ernest Zacharevic, taken at night in George Town.
For the street arts location, please go here: https://travel2penang.wordpress.com/2013/11/04/penang-street-art-map-part-1/