Georgetown Images

1 / 51
Georgetown, Malaysia
4 / 51
5 / 51
6 / 51
7 / 51
8 / 51
9 / 51
12 / 51
Fort Cornwallis was built in 1786 to protect Penang Island from amphibious invasion. (Source)
13 / 51
A 1799 map of George Town (Source)
14 / 51
The Port of Penang at Weld Quay in the 1910s (Source)
15 / 51
The Cenotaph was built in honour of fallen Allied servicemen of World War I.[57] (Source)
16 / 51
British Royal Marines liberating George Town from the Japanese on 3 September 1945. (Source)
17 / 51
The Esplanade, where Francis Light had founded George Town in 1786, was also where George Towns city status was proclaimed in 1957.[73] (Source)
18 / 51
Komtar Tower, Penangs tallest skyscraper, was built in the 1970s. (Source)
19 / 51
The 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami hit the northern coastline of George Town. (Source)
20 / 51
A bilingual road sign at Victoria Street (Source)
22 / 51
Gurney Drive also forms part of the citys new Central Business District.[133] (Source)
23 / 51
The City Park is also colloquially known as the Youth Park. (Source)
24 / 51
The City Hall, built in 1903, now serves as the headquarters of the Penang Island City Council. (Source)
25 / 51
Penang State Assembly Building at Light Street, home to Penangs legislature (Source)
26 / 51
The High Court of Penang at Light Street (Source)
27 / 51
The Pinang Peranakan Mansion houses thousands of Peranakan antiques. (Source)
28 / 51
The Jewish Cemetery at Jalan Zainal Abidin (formerly Yahudi Road) is believed to be the oldest in Southeast Asia.[38] (Source)
29 / 51
Standard Chartered and HSBC (left) at Beach Street. (Source)
30 / 51
The Church of the Assumption is the oldest Catholic church in northern Malaysia.[204] (Source)
31 / 51
The Rainbow Skywalk at the top of Komtar Tower is the highest outdoor glass footwalk in Malaysia.[207] (Source)
32 / 51
A row of renovated shophouses in George Town, repainted in vibrant colours. (Source)
33 / 51
Gurney Plaza (Source)
34 / 51
Wat Chaiyamangkalaram at Pulau Tikus was constructed in 1845 by ethnic Siamese. (Source)
35 / 51
Skyscrapers along Gurney Drive and Northam Road at dusk (Source)
36 / 51
A bowl of asam laksa, Penangs most famous hawker dish. It was ranked 7th in CNNs list of the worlds 50 best foods.[233] (Source)
37 / 51
A member of a Chingay troupe balancing a giant flag in the city. (Source)
38 / 51
One of the dozens of wrought iron caricatures that have been put up within George Town. (Source)
39 / 51
The Penang State Museum and Art Gallery formerly housed the Penang Free School until 1927.[44] (Source)
40 / 51
Penang Free School, the oldest English school in Southeast Asia (Source)
41 / 51
Wawasan Open University is a private institution specialising in open-distance learning. (Source)
42 / 51
Gleneagles Medical Centre (Source)
43 / 51
The Penang Bridge, completed in 1985, was formerly the longest bridge in Southeast Asia. (Source)
44 / 51
The new Penang Hill Railway funicular train, which has been in use since 2011.[305] (Source)
46 / 51
A cruise liner docked at Swettenham Pier (Source)
47 / 51
A Rapid Ferry crossing the Penang Strait towards George Town. (Source)
48 / 51
Penang State Museum And Art Gallery (Source)
49 / 51
Youth Park (Source)
50 / 51
Good friends club, Penang (Source)
51 / 51
Out of Nowhere at HOLD UP (Source)

All Photos of Georgetown

Click on an image to view in full screen

View more photos
View more photos
View more photos
View more photos

Top Hotels In Georgetown

View All Hotels In Georgetown
See 587 Hotels
>