Cycling In George Town: Bicycle & Motorbike Mural, Wan Tan Mee, Back To Armenian Street

Cycling In George Town: Bicycle & Motorbike Mural, Wan Tan Mee, Back To Armenian Street – This is the last post for my Cycling In George Town post series. Last post, we stopped off at Jelutong’s Nautilus Bay, now we head back to George Town for a photo-session with the bicycle & motorbike mural boy, dinner and home!

One good economy fried bee hoon on Lebuh Tye Seen, or local calls it the Fourth Road 四条路
Right in front of Sum Min Primary School.
Our last route was from Tun Dr Lim Chong Eu Expressway, cut back into Beach Street and to Armenian Street for thesuper famous bicycle 3D mural by Ernest Zacharevic. We have our bicycle, photographing with the mural is a must! This was fun!
Me, Merritt, Charles and Chien Chern.
Funny Charles and Merritt.
Cool cube with artwork on top.

Telephone booth turned into street art piece.

Old school Swatow Lodging House on Armenian Street.
After this, the next one of course is the 3D mural of boy on motorbike, chased by a dinosaur on Lebuh Ah Quee, it’s just the next street beside the bicycle mural. It was closing sunset and we had our last refreshing break from the fruit juice stall nearby. Freshly squeeze orange juice is just for RM1!
The RM1 fruit juice stall on Lebuh Ah Quee!
Me and my ride.
Charles with the motorbike boy.

Last stop before returning the bicycle back to the shop was the famous Wan Tan Mee on Chulia Street! It’s our dinner and meal to recharge our drained energy. We were exhausted. A bowl of Wan Tan Mee (RM3.50) and another glass of fresh apple juice (RM1.50) did nice on regenerating the lost energy of the day.

Awesome twilight with Penang famous hawker food.
The Wan Tan Mee.
 Let’s call it an awesome, tiring, fun, heritage, hot, humid, exploration day for me and my friend. One last photograph session with another ‘boy standing on chair’ mural by Ernest right opposite of Khoo Kongsi before heading home. =)

Interesting heart shape made from straws by unknown artist.
Come cycle in Penang, it’s fun!
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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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