People queuing up for a bowl of Teochew chendul (or cendol) at the famous stall at Penang Road, George Town.
The exact location of the stall is actually along Keng Kwee Street (Lebuh Keng Kwee) in George Town. Chendul is a traditional dessert popular in Southeast Asia, especially Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore. It is usually made up of coconut milk, jelly ‘green noodles’ and red beans served with shaved ice and palm sugar.
A bowl of Penang Teochew Chendul.
Colorful facades of heritage townhouses at Clarke Street, George Town.
Connecting Transfer Road to Penang Road, Sri Bahari Road is a rather small road in George Town which had its origin traced back to the North Indians community in the old days and was named after a temple built by the community back then. Some of the road’s old heritage townhouses had recently undergone a restoration and renovation.
Named after Sir Andrew Clarke, the British Governor of the Straits Settlements in the late 1800s, Clarke Street is a small street in George Town that connects Argyll Road, Hutton Road and Dato Koyah Road.
A major road in George Town, Transfer Road was named as a commemoration for the transfer of Straits Settlements administration from the British India office to the colonial office in London in 1867.