Armenian Street rarely sees such emptiness during the pre-Covid-19 era, however, with multiple movement control orders and the ban of travels, the popular street is mostly quiet these days.
Armenian Street on a less busy day during the pandemic period. The street has seen lesser tourists due to the lingering Covid-19 cases in the country.
A trishaw passing through Armenian Street, the heart of heritage in George Town.
A walk along Armenian Street on a sunny day. Pre-war straits eclectic townhouses can be seen along the old and historical street in the heart of George Town’s heritage zone.
A recent addition to the ever popular Armenian Street, this small alley located among the heritage buildings in the area has been decorated with several street art murals.
A walk through Armenian Street, the most popular heritage street in George Town. Vendors selling various handicrafts and tourist gifts along the street.
The Armenian Park located at Armenian Street at the heart of George Town’s heritage zone, underwent some re-development recently and is now transformed into a more proper public garden for those who wish to take in some greenery in the city.