Annually during the 7th lunar month of the Chinese calendar (also known as the The Hungry Ghost Festival), the giant effigy of the King of Hades/Hell (or Tai Su Yeah) will be put on display at Bukit Mertajam town for devotees to offer prayers to. On the 15th day of the month (which happens to be today), the effigy will be transported to the street and then burned to mark the end of the festival.
Crossing the sea via the Sultan Abdul Halim Muadzam Shah Bridge (aka Second Penang Bridge) during a sunset.
Art murals portraying the agricultural and colonial origin of Butterworth being featured at the Butterworth Street Art Alley.
This emblem is the Coat of Arms of the Straits Settlements, the former group of British territories located in Southeast Asia which included Penang. This art work can be found at the Butterworth Street Art Alley.
An art mural depicting a vintage stamp of Malaya Straits Settlements with the portrait of King George VI during the 1940s. This mural is featured at the Butterworth Street Art Alley.