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A Short Afternoon Walk On Armenian Street


Dark dark sky.

After karaoke for RM1 at Red Box with dearest Hueisean, we went to watch Rapunzel at Prangin Mall, then we were out of the mall. I didn’t want to go back home, so I drove to Armenian Street to take a walk. Actually, my intention was just to check out where is the many-people-talkabout’s Amelie’s Cafe is located at.

Old hair cut. The lady owner don’t allow me to take photos. Ish.

Dearest Huei Sean. =D

Don’t you think the pre-war building are pretty?

Armenian Street is a short street full with pre-war buildings and very heritage looking. The well-known symbol to me are the Chinese temple and Edelwiss Swiss Restaurant.

Lodging House. Hotel? Haha.

Lovely red. =) Original beaded shoes.

Only until recently, I read many blogs and found out the existing of Amelie’s Cafe. A very little cafe on the shophouses and with a very vintage and heritage design. Really like it.

I just passed by the place, and walked for a while because it was drizzling and I had my lunch not long ago only.

Nice camera man. I want all of these!

Then I visited an antique museum shop. Inside has many antiques from the olden days and I felt they are pretty cool.

There’s a French woman chatting out there and selling fruit juices and have some French croissant for sale. Unfortunately, I was not hungry. So I just took a walk in there, after that we hopped into our car and it started to rain heavily.

Beautiful trishaw.

Home we went.

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Nick is an interior designer and tech enthusiast based in Penang, Malaysia who constantly exploring places, indulges great food, discovering good design and is a shutterbug. Nick usually writes about Penang, happenings, travel, food, design and personal thoughts.

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