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.
The Teoh Kongsi clan association was founded by tycoon Ceong Fatt Tze in 1895. The clan association has a Straits Eclectic style building as well as an archway or entrance which can be found located along Carnavon Street.
Also known locally as Coffin Street due to a number of Chinese coffin maker shops along the street, Carnarvon Street is located right at the heritage zone of George Town. The wall caricature depicts a paper effigy maker trying to create a paper car which would later be burned for the those in the other world, according to Chinese belief.
Carnavon Street meets Chulia Street.
Prangin Road Ghaut
Where three streets converge.