A wall mural spotted at the back of one of the buildings located near the intersection of Carnarvon Street and Kampung Kolam Road.
A closer look of the artwork.
The George Town World Heritage Office building and the Armenian Street Heritage Hotel along Carnarvon Street, Penang.
An old building in Art Deco style located at the corner or intersection of Carnarvon Street and Prangin Road (or Jalan Dr Lim Chwee Leong). Lim Chwee Leong is a famous physician who setup his dispensary at this building (called Soo Beng Dispensary), and his son also later became the second Chief Minister of Penang, Tun Dr Lim Chong Eu.
A street graffiti or artwork depicting a giant white rabbit hopping into a hole of the zinc wall.
Shops along Carnavon Street, George Town, are selling old traditional Chinese lanterns in anticipation of the upcoming Chinese Lunar New Year festival.
This old heritage kopitiam (cafe) located along Carnarvon Street has quite a nice Char Koay Teow stall.
A small cafe converted from an old pre-war shop located along Carnarvon Street serving Mexican and Mediterranean meals.
An old coffin maker shop along Carnarvon Street, George Town. The street was used to be popular with its many coffin shops and was locally known as Coffin Street. However, most of these coffin shops had moved out or no longer operate at this street presently.