Acheen Street Mosque
Acheen Street Mosque was founded in 1801, making it one of the oldest mosques in Penang.
Armenian Street, or Lebuh Armenian, is a street in the inner city of George Town and within the core zone of the George Town Unesco World Heritage Site.
Cheah Kongsi was founded somewhere before the year 1820, making it the oldest of the five major Hokkien clan associations in Penang.
The Clan Jetties of George Town are the traditional settlement created by Chinese immmigrants who share common historical, geographical and lineage origin. Today there are still six clan jetties along the waterfront.
Syed Alatas Mansion, once known as the Penang Islamic Museum was built in 1860, and stands today as one of the few bungalows with Islamic elements from that era.
Hidden in a maze of alleys and pre-war houses is the breathtakingly beautiful Khoo Kongsi – clanhouse built by the early Khoo clanmen more than 100 years ago.
Pitt Street, or Jalan Masjid Kapitan Keling, is one of the four major streets in the Original Grid of George Town laid out by Captain Francis Light when he established his trading settlement.
Lithuanian artist Ernest Zacharevic is leaving his mark with beautiful wall painting of children all across historical George Town.