An old metal scrapper at a shop along Victoria Street, George Town.
The Yeoh Kongsi clan association and temple located at the intersection of Chulia Street Ghaut and Victoria Street, George Town.
The official name of the “Kongsi” is Har Yang Sit Teik Tong Yeoh Kongsi, and it is is a Hokkien clan association for the Yeoh surnamed descendants.
Located along Victoria Street and built in 1878, Boon San Tong Khoo Kongsi is an ancestral clan temple for the Khoo clan people in Penang. It is one of the two Khoo clan temples in Penang and also the smaller and less popular one compared to the main Khoo Kongsi at Cannon Street, George Town.
Victoria Street is a street within the heritage zone of George Town, and just nearby Beach Street. It was named after England’s Queen Victoria who ruled from 1837 to 1901, and was also known as the Empress of India.
This shophouse is located along Victoria Street and is at the cross junction corner of Gat Lebuh Acheh (Acheh Street Ghaut) and Victoria Street in George Town.
The Victoria Street entrance of China House, a cafe and art house. At the time of this photo, a large cat sculpture (part of the 101 Lost Kittens project) can be seen welcoming visitors.