A trishaw passing through Armenian Street Ghaut in the morning.
A trishaw resting by the roadside at night in one of the streets of George Town. The trishaws were a popular local mode of transportation back in the old days. Now trishaws usually serves tourists looking for an unique experience in exploring George Town.
Night view at Jalan Masjid Kapitan Keling or previously known as Pitt Street in George Town.
A Penang trishaw parked at the corner of Stewart Lane in George Town.
A walk through Love Lane, George Town.
A trishaw passing by a large art mural “The Trishaw” in Penang Road, George Town.
Located at a small alley off Keng Kwee Street (Lebuh Keng Kwee) (where the famous chendul stall is located), this recent mural can be found right behind the Ming Xiang Tai Pastry Shop at Penang Road, George Town. The mural depicts two children trying to take a ride on the pastry shop’s cart. Another similar but more popular mural can be found at Ming Xiang Tai Pastry Shop’s outlet at Armenian Street Ghaut.