A steel rod art sculpture installed at the top side of a warehouse at the Penang Swettenham Pier, Weld Quay area. The caricature revealed that Weld Quay is the birthplace of the Indian spicy noodles when back in the old times, it was a local favorite meal for the sailors and port workers.
The Penang Swettenham Pier, located at the northeastern tip of Penang island, is a major point of entry for tourists by sea. The port is also the docking home of Star Cruise ships. Built in 1903, the shipping port was named after Frank Swettenham, the first Resident General of the Federated Malay States.
More on the marina HERE.