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Bukit Tambun Street Art Murals

ON THE WAY INTO BUKIT TAMBUN TOWN, we have to pass through a row of shop houses.  They were all being repainted and it makes a lot of difference to tourists like us.  After our scrumptious lunch, we parked our car just opposite the Police Station and from there, we walked along the main road and we managed to capture some interesting murals along the way.

Seems like Bukit Tambun is not only famous for their seafood but street art murals as well...
Our car is parked just beside this mural.. 
And each house has their own colour theme....
And at each entrance, there are paintings on the walls....
The legend, Bruce Lee is not forgotten....
This one must be a fan of Chow Yuen Fatt.... 
My son will love this on his wall.. if he has his way.. 
As we walked further along.. a heritage abandoned house.... 
Reminded me of some old ancient movies....
And this art is quite interesting...
Carriage coming through the damaged brick wall... 
Yes, on closer look, it is indeed a real damaged wall... ..
Never leave here without some pictures to mark our footprints...
The murals brighten up the atmosphere.... 
Someone captured us while we were capturing the pictures... 
Someone seemed to be taking our photos unnoticed....
Guess who.... LOL...
Yes, nice to have an umbrella over my head while I did the job... LOL...
Soon... we headed back for Ipoh...
BUT..... 
We ladies were so distracted with all the conversation going on in the car
that we missed the Road Sign... and instead...
We ended up going further UP NORTH... 
LOL....
Thought of going to Penang for Cendol... 
Never mind, some other time.... 
It was drizzling when we headed back to Ipoh....
On certain parts, the traffic was slow...
And we reached Ipoh late in the evening....
With the right gang, everything turns out good and well...
Thank you for the wonderful time together, girls!

Comments

  1. Nice mural. I love the house carriage. So real.

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  2. Nice! I like that one with the damaged wall.

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  3. I don't think the horse carriage can pass through the broken wall. The gap is too small. Nice walk back in time.

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    1. hahaha... the horse need to jump over but the carriage will remained..

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  4. The abandoned house looks eerie, I like the horse mural, very nicely drawn

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  5. What an awesome post! So the damaged wall is real? And they made it into a piece of art by painting the carriage coming through, fantastic! I have never seen anything like this. The abandoned house with the lanterns in front is so pretty!! I love the different colored columns! This is the most awesome place!

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    1. That is a heritage house which is not renovated.. yes, the wall is real..

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  6. I am so impressed and amazed with their wall murals! Nice!
    I like that abandoned heritage house and they can give it to me to repaint it & move in.

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    1. Perhaps when I go there again, the house would be as good as new...

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