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.