Floating fishing platforms with the Penang Second Bridge at the background, as viewed from the eastern coastal region of the island.
The Sultan Abdul Halim Muadzam Shah Bridge or the Penang Second Bridge is the longest bridge in Malaysia and Southeast Asia as well as being listed into the Malaysian Book of Records.
The bridge that connects the Tan Jetty village at Weld Quay, George Town.
Coastal view from the Weld Quay jetty area, looking towards the Macallum Street Ghaut flats.
A large mural painted on the back wall of an old shop at Butterworth’s old town, featuring a man sitting above the sea with a fishing rod. This art work showcases the origin of the area whereby it was a fishing village and jetty that later thrived into a busy trading port. This mural is part of the series of works of the Butterworth Street Art Alley.
A mural painted at one of the shophouses at the old town of Butterworth, requesting people not to pollute the oceans. This art work is part of the series of murals painted along the Butterworth Street Art Alley.