An aged signboard showing “Penang’s Famous Nasi Kandar, Line Clear”.
The countryside and rural parts of Balik Pulau provide an ideal place for bicycle enthusiast to go on a journey through various small villages and farmlands in the western region of Penang.
The roads there have fewer traffic and the surrounding rural landscape provides a cleaner air and beautiful scenery as well.
Various signs put up at the roadside of Balik Pulau rural area.
Another German Heritage Trail signboard at the Esplanade promenade area, part of an initiative to highlight more than 10 sites in George Town.
Named after the famous Downing Street in London, the British built their government offices on this street in George Town, Penang during the colonial era. It is one of the oldest and historical streets in George Town and currently houses the state post office and the HSBC bank.
This piece of artwork is created by ASA (Artists for Stray Animals) as part of their 101 Lost Kittens project. This particular artwork located along Armenian Street encourages pet owners to sterilize their pets rather than throwing them out on the streets.
A China Street Ghaut signboard against an old building.