Streets of Georgetown
Georgetown is a town which is rich in history. Most of the street names in the city has a story of its own. They were constructed and named during the British era, which explain the historic English names of most streets.
Since independence, some of the streets’ official names were changed. However, most of the street names in Georgetown have kept it’s colonial names. Some of the famous streets in Georgetown are the Beach Street (Lebuh Pantai), Armenian Street (Lebuh Armenian), Ah Quee Street, Cannon Street and Pitt Street.
Wander around these streets and admire the rich architecture influences of Malay, Chinese, Indian and European cultures.
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The streets are always open.
The opening hours of the individual shops and restaurants varies.