Once known as Bengali Alley, Argyll Road was an area in George Town predominantly populated by Bengalis, or rather the North Indians immigrants community in the 19th century before the increased population of Chinese immigrants due to mining activities in the country.
View of the mainland portion of Penang across the Malacca Straits sea.
Penang Road on an afternoon, with a sight of the Komtar Tower nearby. Penang Road is one of the main and busiest roads in George Town.
At one of the small alleys in Ah Quee Street is this recent mural of a retro style girl painted on the back wall of old shophouses in George Town.