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Penang Street Art (The Covered Girl @ Art Lane)

Art Lane @ Beach Street, George Town.


Penang Street Art: A Hidden Art Alley

A series of murals painted on the wall of a small hidden alley in George Town.

These art works can be found at a hidden alley that exits to Tye Kee Yoon Road, which is off Brick Kiln Road in George Town.

Penang Street Art (The School Girl)


An artwork produced by local artist Caryn Koh, featuring a school girl in uniform, which can be found in Hin Bus Depot art gallery in George Town.

Penang Street Art Map (Part 16 – Kampung Kolam Area)


A small area with several art murals such as:

Candy Bird Street Art
Girl with the Bottles Balloon
A Thirst for Life
The Couple

For other street art locations, please click HERE.

Penang Street Art (Girl with the Floating Bottles Balloon)


A street art mural depicting a girl holding on to a balloon made up of floating plastic bottles. This art work can be found at a back wall of a building at the Kampung Kolam area (or behind a row of shophouses facing Kapitan Keling Mosque Street) in George Town.

Penang Street Art (The Alley Retro Girl)


At one of the small alleys in Ah Quee Street is this recent mural of a retro style girl painted on the back wall of old shophouses in George Town.

Penang Street Art (The Hakka Dancing Girl)


Yet another beautiful mural painted by Russian street artist Julia Volchkova in Balik Pulau town, Penang. This time the art work depicts a dancing Hakka girl, as a showcase of the flourishing local Hakka culture in the town.

Penang Street Art Map (Part 11 – Chulia Street, Macallum Street, Presgrave Street)

Map Updated (9 November 2015)
Please click on each map image below for a larger size.

Chulia Street (Lebuh Chulia) mapart14chulia

Macallum Street (Lebuh Macallum) mapart14macallum

Presgrave Street (Lebuh Presgrave) mapart14presgrave

The Fox Lady

For other street art location maps, please click HERE.

A Ride along Muntri Street


A trishaw leisurely passing by Ernest Zacharevic’s giant mural of ‘Girl in Blue’ in Muntri Street, George Town.

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