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The best way to explore and get to the famous street art in my view is to hire a trishaw (many in front of the Cititel Hotel in Penang Road) where you pay RM 50 for an hour to be driven to the various sites....More
A must visit for visitors to Penang Island. A display of mesmerizing form of artistic expressions on Chinese shop-houses along the urban streets of Georgetown.
Easy to find as it is at central of Georgetown. The locals (or Uber Drivers) are very familiar with the...More
If you are fairly active and have some free time (2-3) hours at the port of Penang, you can go and see some of the Street Art for free. You can pick up a map at the tourist information centre and when you come out...More
Half the fun of these street artworks is actually finding them. They are tucked away in little alcoves and side streets and are easy to miss. However when you do find them they are great little reflections of life in Penang. Wander around and keep...More
You will find the art works scattered across George Town and some are very innovative and clever and usually very well done.There are two types of art on display. There are 53 steel rod art pieces that resulted from a 'Marketing Goerge Town'' competition in...More
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Trying staying at Cheong Fatt Tze in Georgetown, its right near the night markets, the Clan Jetties, and the street vendors. Also look up Mark at Simply Enak ( find it via google ) and book a 4 hour food tour, he is amazing... More
Trying staying at Cheong Fatt Tze in Georgetown, its right near the night markets, the Clan Jetties, and the street vendors. Also look up Mark at Simply Enak ( find it via google ) and book a 4 hour food tour, he is amazing. Have fun.