Also known as Lebuh Pantai, its very long stretch is one of the oldest streets on the island.
Its wide green landscape and elaborate British colonial designs are a sight to behold.
Capped by green emerald tiled roofs, take out your binoculars for a close-up of the roof..
Bukit Jambul is now notable for housing a neighbourhood shopping centre and hiking trails.
Chew Jetty is said to be the more prominent one among the eight clan jetties of Pengkalan Weld.
An interesting architectural design that combines trees, clever use of space and a rustic ambience.
This ancestral temple belongs to the Lim clan association.
The marina welcomes visitors with sights of luxurious yachts on open waters.
Tan Kongsi is one of the last remaining traditional clan houses in Penang.
Located along Macalister Road, the large mansion was once a home to a prominent Chinese family.