Tag: George Town

George Town Pre-War Facade III



Four-Way View at George Town Center

A collage of views from the old Komtar Pedestrian Crossing bridge at Penang Road, George Town.

The Komtar Pedestrian Crossing

Komtar Pedestrian Crossing

The Komtar Pedestrian Crossing is a four-way pedestrian bridge crossing with connecting access at Penang Road, Burmah Road, Prangin Road and Komtar Walk. Located right at the intersection of the three busiest roads in central George Town, the bridge also provides a nice view from above on the town area.

Komtar Pedestrian Crossing 2

George Town Street View: Random Pre-War Houses

Pre-war houses being renovated at a street in George Town.

Of Bicycle and Street

With the support of the Penang Government (by introducing the bicycle lane around the island and organizing car-free days), cycling is now a popular sports and favorite past time of both foreigners and locals here.

A Stroll along King Street

King Street or Lebuh King, is a historical old street located within the central heritage site of George Town and was named after King George III. As one of the original major roads in George Town during the British colonial era, King Street has several Cantonese style temples as well as various old heritage townhouses.

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