George Town, Penang, Malaysia
George Town, Penang, is the oldest British settlement in Malaysia and there are still many beautiful colonial style buildings such as Town Hall-
The Supreme Court-
The Victoria Memorial Clock Tower is 60 feet tall because Queen Victoria reigned for 60 years. On top is a Moorish dome. It was built in 1897.
Fort Cornwallis is where Captain Francis Light arrived in 1786. The walls are all that remain today. Inside is now a park-
St. George's church is the oldest Anglican church in south-east Asia-
There is a lot of street art that started with the George Town festival in 2012. This is Kids on Bicycle-
Love me like your fortune cat-
There are also quite a few metal structures. Kapitan Chung Keng Kwee donated his house for vehicular access-
This is Nasi Kander who came from Tamil. He's seen here selling curry and rice, using an akandar (the wooden stick)-
The first Kapitan Keling Mosque was built in 1798. This one was finished in the 1930s-
There was lots to see here and it was all centered around our hotel. Tomorrow we're off to KL!