|Stewart Street, near the junction with Love Lane.|
Walking along the streets of Georgetown is an enjoyable activity, despite the sweltering heat but there is a lot to see. The city's heritage is on display, with numerous pieces of art crafted like Lat's cartoons in steel which describe the history of a certain locality. They are found all over town, and many are rather humorous too. Here are some of the lesser known murals, as well as several hidden from sight.
|A cluster of murals on a wall in Lorong Argus,|
just behind the Seven Terraces heritage hotel.
|This one says it all, "Up yours!".|
|Art or graffiti? (alley near Lebuh Ah Quee)|
|Working girl and Birdfeed station (Nagore Place).|
|Indoor mural in the Camera Museum (Muntri Street).|
|Indoor murals in China House complex|
(Lebuh Pantai / Lebuh Victoria).
|Meeting Sir Francis Light (Green Hall Street)|
and unnamed graffiti near Lebuh Bishop.
|This one is grossly funny!|
(Green Hall Street).
|Panda humour |
(Jalan Lim Chwee Leong, near KOMTAR)