Wan Phing Lim

Writer . Editor . Author

The best of Georgetown (pt.I)

No matter how many times I visit Georgetown, it’s still as charming as ever. As a native Penangnite, it’s fair to say that I have a lot of pride in my hometown. I love being a local tourist here, seeing as I my family have always lived in the suburbs and we’re not from this historical part of town. I love discovering the extraordinary in the ordinary, and finding the hidden gems in the places that we pass by daily. Here are some pictures in and around Jalan Pintal Tali:

Pre-war shophouses opposite 1881 Chong Tian Hotel

Pre-war shophouses opposite 1881 Chong Tian Hotel

Natural brickwork chip off an alleyway

Natural brickwork chip off an alleyway

Traditional trading signboard

Traditional trading signboard

Walk through this narrow alleyway to Carnavon Street

Walk through this narrow alleyway to Carnavon Street

....and in the meantime follow Cupid’s arrow

….and in the meantime follow Cupid’s arrow

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