Colourful heritage style windows of the Church Street, George Town.
Ancient sculpture adorning the old rooftop that forms part of the heritage facade of the Pinang Peranakan Mansion, in Church Street, George Town.
Held annually at the heritage area of George Town, the Chinese New Year festival and celebration in Penang usually attracts a huge turnout of visitors. Various cultural performances and events (such as lion dance, traditional opera, heritage show, etc) are being held at the festival.
Eng Loh is an old coffeeshop which also doubles as a budget hotel and is located along Church Street, George Town.
A large graffiti sprayed on a wall of a building along Church Street, George Town.
The side facade of Chong San Wooi Koon (a Cantonese district association) which is located at the intersection corner of King Street and Church Street.
It was said that back in the old days, a famous and notorious Chinese secret society had made their headquarter at Church Street, the same street that also housed Portuguese churches.
Church Street is one of the many old and historical streets in George Town. It was named after a Catholic missionary church which was later renamed as the first Church of Assumption (the church being founded by Father Garnault, a French missionary). This church was, however, demolished in 1850s and a new Church of Assumption was built at Farquhar Street.
It was said that back in the old days, a famous and notorious Chinese secret society had made their headquarter at Church Street, the same street that also housed Portuguese churches. There is a street art sculpture which depicts the said history in Church Street.
Church Street runs through several streets as well as connects Kapitan Keling Mosque Street with Beach Street.