Penang Street art is probably the most popular tourist attractions in Malaysia due to its engaging and playful style. Here are a number of the most well-known spots with the most effective murals to find whether you’re an art fan, culture seeker, or simply interested by learning.

How to see the art

Walking or renting a bicycle are the simplest ways to see the art. Make sure you visit within the morning or after 4 pm and don’t forget your hat, sunscreen and phone or camera.

Where to remain

Staying somewhere close and convenient to the streets will probably be handy and one such property that is barely five minutes away is Travelodge Georgetown Penang. Your home away from home which is a doorstep away from all the pieces convenient and is a sought-after hotel in Georgetown Penang.

Guided Tours

From your hotel pick-up to providing you with historical and cultural knowledge to tasting local delicacies and the drive back, taking a guided tour is an awesome option for those who are pressed for time. Additionally, you will probably be accompanied by an English-speaking guide throughout the day.

The street art

Street Art
Image via Wikimedia Commons – Photo by CEphoto, Penang Malaysia Street-art-05, CC BY-SA 3.0

George Town is probably the most famous for street art. Awarded a World Heritage site by UNESCO, each locals and tourists have a lot to witness and luxuriate in. Some of the preferred art are Ting Ting Thong which depicts every day life on the road, Jimmy Choo the talented shoe designer, Three Generations depicting three generations that show their love for hawker food and so far more.


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