Monday, August 20, 2012

Street Art in Georgetown

In my earlier post, I covered the rocking good time staying at Hard Rock Hotel, Batu Ferringhi.  Another highlight of this trip was the hunt for street art by London-trained Lithuanian artist, Ernest Zacharevic in Georgetown -  the World Heritage Site.  It was not in our travel plan but we were glad we sighted these fabulous street art.  Thanks to Ming and her hubby who kindly drove us to Georgetown and search for these wall art under the blazing hot sun.  Apparently, it has also attracted a lots of tourists as well as locals to this quaint old town.  We managed to snap some photos but there were still a few more murals to discover.  However, my little boy was then tired and kept telling us that he wanted to go back to the hotel.  It is certainly a heaven for avid photographers and great for instagram! 


Reaching Up (near Khoo Kongsi or Cannon Street)
Little Children on a Bicycle (around Lebuh Armenian)

Little Boy with Pet Dinosaur (at Lebuh Ah Quee)
Boy on a Bike (at Lebuh Ah Quee)

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