Tan Jetty, George Town.
This art mural is found on the wall of the old wooden house in Chew Jetty where Folklore by the Sea performance show is located.
Located at the famous Chew Jetty, Folklore By The Sea is a live theatrical show which tells the story of the settlers from China who built their homes at the Penang waterfront in the 1880s.
At nights, the Lee Jetty lights up to welcome visitors who walk the wooden floor of the stilts village in Weld Quay, George Town.
The bridge that connects the Tan Jetty village at Weld Quay, George Town.
Fishing village and jetty at the Teluk Bahang coast.
Weld Quay (or Pengkalan Weld) is the eastern coastal road of George Town that stretches from the Penang Port area all the way through the clan jetties to the Prangin Canal area. It is one of the earliest roads built in Penang during the 1800s after a land reclamation was completed at that time. It can be considered the sea transportation hub of Penang where the ferry terminals, and various port facilities are located.
The Chinese New Year decoration of Lee Clan Jetty in George Town.