Jalan Pintal Tali or also known as Rope Walk is one of the old streets in George Town. It was said that the street used to house traditional rope makers back when rope was commonly used for ships and bullock carts (hence, the name of the street). Presently, several few hardware and junk shops have set up shops along the street.
The street can be accessed via Campbell Street and there is also a steel rod wall sculpture located at this street.
The 1881 Chong Tian Cultural Hotel is a newly renovated pre-war building that is located along Jalan Pintal Tali (Rope Walk) in George Town. According to its official site, it is set to be the first Chinese heritage hotel in Malaysia and was also once a thriving hotel frequented by wealthy merchants and traders in the late 1800s.
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An old three-storey pre-war building along Jalan Pintal Tali (Rope Walk Road).
A steel rod art sculpture at a wall along Jalan Pintal Tali (Rope Walk), George Town.