Upon entering Botanic Gardens, the sight of these Cannonball Trees greets the visitors. The trees are scientifically named Couroupita guianensis, and they are also known commonly as the ‘Cannonball Tree’ due to the shape and appearance of the fruits.
The various types of trees found in the forest of Penang.
A random scene at Armenian Street, George Town during the Chinese New Year.
Take a rest amidst nature’s green at the Penang Botanic Gardens.
A Dusky Leaf monkey (or also known as Lutung) spotted with its child on a branch of a tree at the Penang Botanic Gardens. This species is usually found in the rainforest regions of Malaysia and Thailand. Unlike the adult, a newborn has golden-yellow fur.
A view of the heritage style side wall of an old townhouse at Chulia Street, George Town.