Founded and established by Dr. Sun Yat-sen in 1910, Kwong Wah Yit Poh (or Kwong Wah Daily) is one of the oldest Chinese language newspapers in the country and is predominantly read by the Chinese community in the northern region of Malaysia.
An office building painted with green and red colors at Argyll Road, George Town.
A building belonging to Lim Teck Lee Company at Beach Street, George Town.
View from the street level of Dato Kramat road in George Town.
A cute art mural depicting a cat looking out from a window, which can be found at a small alley at Cannon Street, the popular heritage zone of George Town.
The facade of the old heritage town hall in George Town, Penang.
An old and heritage building incorporating Art Deco design, the Penang Masonic Temple was established in the 1920s by The Royal Prince of Wales Lodge No. 1555, United Grand Lodge of England, and Lodge Scotia No. 1003, Grand Lodge of Scotland, for the purpose of a meeting place for its members.
Art murals painted by Candy Bird whose real name is Han Chun-Yueh, a Taiwanese street artist. His art works are usually inspired by the historical and social aspects of the places that he visits. These art works can be found at a small alley that connects both Kampung Kolam area and Kapitan Keling Mosque Street in George Town.