The annual Chinese New Year (CNY) Decorations in Queensbay Mall. This year, the mall sees a far lesser crowd due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the Movement Control Order.
Art Lane is an art gallery that features both international and local works within an old heritage pre-war shophouse at Beach Street, George Town. The art space is founded by one of the co-owners of China House, which is also located nearby. The walls within the large shophouse serve as the canvas for artists to exhibit their creativity and express their thoughts in a public space. One can enter the Art Lane from two entrances, one at Beach Street and another at Victoria Street.
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Various street art murals within the corridors and walls of Art Lane.
The interior of the Waterfall Hilltop Temple, a famous Hindu temple located near the Botanic Gardens.
Hari Raya Aidilfitri is a national holiday in Malaysia and this year, the holidays start from the 6th to 7th July. In general, the Muslims here will be going back to their hometowns (or balik kampung) to celebrate the festive season with their families.
To all Muslims out there, Selamat Hari Raya Aidilfitri.
One of the interesting highlights of Chinese New Year festival in Penang is the interior design and decoration of Queensbay Mall. The shopping mall has always created a visual spectacle in conjunction of every festive season. This year for Chinese New Year, it created a small ‘old Chinese town’ that includes facades of vintage shops and even small boats on a faux river.
Coffee Affairs cafe is located along Bishop Street and is one of the several cafes and restaurants found along this stretch of street. The shop features several interior wall paintings and also serves various other desserts and non-caffeine drinks besides coffee. For more info, one may visit its Facebook page at; https://www.facebook.com/Coffeeaffairs.