Jalan Ria (or Ria Road) is a rather small street that passes through the KOMTAR complex, linking Prangin Road and Magazine Road in George Town.
Various signboards of shops lining up along Argyll Road in George Town.
Shophouses at Campbell Street, George Town.
A major road in George Town, Transfer Road was named as a commemoration for the transfer of Straits Settlements administration from the British India office to the colonial office in London in 1867.
Once known as Bengali Alley, Argyll Road was an area in George Town predominantly populated by Bengalis, or rather the North Indians immigrants community in the 19th century before the increased population of Chinese immigrants due to mining activities in the country.
Old shops selling traditional Chinese prayer items such as joss sticks and joss papers at Stewart Lane, George Town. These shops are located conveniently beside the Kuan Yin Teng Temple.