Friday, 9 January 2015


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!".
(Lorong Argus)
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)

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