Kuala Kangsar Road or Jalan Kuala Kangsar, is a street in George Town that was named after Kuala Kangsar, the old Royal town of Perak state, and was once a focal area of Malay theater and performance in the early days. The street is usually crowded with marketplace activities in the mornings as the Chowrasta Market is located nearby too.
Old and big Angsana trees provide much needed shade to the road users of Macalister Road in Penang. The Angsana trees were said to be planted along this western section of Macalister Road by Charles Curtis, once the curator of the Penang Botanic Gardens in the late 19th century. Macalister Road is also one of the major and longest roads on Penang island.
A long stretch of road that also happens to be one of the busiest on the Penang island, Jalan Masjid Negeri (or commonly known here as Green Lane) connects to various popular or major areas of the island. It is often associated with high traffic, especially during rush hours on weekdays as well as during weekends – a contrast of its former self which was used to be a rather quiet road on the outskirts of George Town.
The Udini Underpass in Gelugor is perhaps one of the busiest roads in Penang and is also the first and only underpass located on the Penang island. The underpass usually greets those who arrive at the island from the mainland (and who are heading towards the central and northern parts of the island).
The St. Giles Wembley hotel can be seen from this street view of Magazine Road in George Town.
Noordin Street Ghaut is an extended stretch of Noordin Street in George Town.
Carnarvon Street, George Town.