Light Street was found to be the first street built in George Town when the British arrived in Penang. It is named after Captain Francis Light, the British founder of […]
The Penang High Court, located at Light Street, George Town. 31st August is the National Day of Malaysia.
A trishaw resting under the shade of a tree by the roadside of Light Street in George Town.
The newly renovated Penang Chinese Chamber of Commerce heritage building located along Light Street. The building now houses several shops, a hotel and also a cafe.
Named after Penang island’s colonial founder, Captain Francis Light, Light Street (Lebuh Light) was reportedly the first main street to be laid out and built in George Town. The area […]
A street view of Light Street with the Bank Negara (National Bank) at the foreground, and the Penang state court house at the farther end. The Bank Negara building was […]
This art mural depicts a local Chinese bard named Tan Tong Tong who was famous as a Yue Qin (a traditional Chinese lute) musician during the 1950s to 1960s. He […]
The Convent Light Street located along Light Street is the oldest girls’ school in Penang as well as in Malaysia and was founded by French nuns of the Holy Infant […]