Malaysia – Penang Starwalk 2013; Along Georgetown Heritage Trail (2)

Welcome back to my series on the Penang Starwallk – Walk Along Georgetown Heritage Trail.

The crowd were waiting for the flag off  the 7km non-competitive walk by the Governor of Penang from the Birch House on Dato Keramat Road. (Birch House was built to serve as the office of the tin smelting plant of Escoy Smelting, known in the late 20th century as Eastern Smelting. Now is it used as HQ for one of the housing developers)

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… and the walk begins.

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The participants walked along Penang Road. One a normal working day, this road is packed with cars, buses and not forgetting lots of motorbikes

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A shot taken from the ‘Octopus’ pedestrian overhead bridge located on Penang Road.

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Even the red light could not stop the participants on Transfer Road…. LOL!!

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This is one of the oldest and famous steakhouse in Georgetown; The Ship along Sri Bahari Road.

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Police patrol car caught in among the participants. They had to bow to the participants. LOL!!

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Walking along Lebuh King which cut through Little India.

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Join me on my last series of my Penang Starwalk – Walk Along the Georgetown Heritage Trail.

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