Hin Bus Depot‘s Sunday Pop Up Market serves as an avenue for various community activities including a small market featuring handmade products for sale by various individual sellers or small traders as well as performances by artists or musicians.
Hin Bus Depot is located at Gurdwara Road (or Brick Kiln Road), George Town.
An alley filled with graffiti art works, which is located at Brick Kiln Road (or also known as Gurdwara Road) in George Town.
Walkway along the old shophouses of Brick Kiln Road, George Town.
A collaborative art mural painted on the wall of Sekolah Kebangsaan Tan Sri P. Ramlee, a primary school located at Brick Kiln Road, George Town. This art work is painted by several artists during the Different Strokes Street Art festival in 2015. The school is also located next to the Hin Bus Depot.
Old heritage shophouses at Brick Kiln Road, George Town.
Wadda Gurdwara Sahib is an old Sikh Temple located at Brick Kiln Road (or also known as Gurdwara Road) in George Town. A Gurdwara which means “a door to the Guru” is the place of worship for Sikhs however, anyone is welcomed in the Sikh Gurdwara or the Sikh Temple. It was found that Wadda Gurdwara Sahib was also known as ‘Diamond Jubilee Sikh Temple’ due to the fact that the land where the temple is built upon, was given to the local Sikh community in 1897, which marked the year of Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee.
Likely drawn during the Different Strokes street art festival, this little mural can be found at a corner shophouse of Noordin Street and Brick Kiln Road (or Gurdwara Road), George Town. This mural was painted by Thai artist Muebon (or Bon).