A view of the KOMTAR Tower from Rope Walk, or Jalan Pintal Tali, George Town.
Old heritage pre-war townhouses along Acheen Street, George Town. These double-storeys townhouses normally have the “Southern Chinese” Eclectic Style architecture, which is often influenced by a mix of Chinese, Indian and European style design.
Bishop Street decorated with lanterns during Chinese New Year festive period in George Town.
Morning walk along Carnarvon Street in George Town. This is the other end side of Carnarvon Street which links to Chulia Street.
Muntri Street, George Town.
Night view at Jalan Masjid Kapitan Keling or previously known as Pitt Street in George Town.
Macalister Lane, George Town.
It was found that the old agricultural town of Balik Pulau was established in the 1790s by the British East India Company. Located at the southwest of Penang Island, Balik Pulau is a Malay name which refers to ‘the back of the island’ in Malay. The town was so named due to its location situated at the western side of the Penang Island, separated from George Town by the island’s central hills. The British East India Company at that time established the first clove and nutmeg plantations in the area, hoping to turn Penang island as the center for spice production in Southeast Asia and competing against the Dutch monopoly of the spice trade during that period.