Location : Cannon Square / Lebuh Acheh / Lebuh Armenian
Heritage Buildings In UNESCO World Heritage Site In
Georgetown City, Penang
Kongsi : No.18 , Cannon Square
A Chinese architectural assembly hall built between 1894 and 1906, representing the opulence and prosperity of
the Khoo clan. Guardian statues laid at the entrance provided security
with preservation of decorative arts of Chinese culture within the 'Kongsi'
Visiting Hours: 9.00 am - 5.00 pm
Yap Kongsi : Lebuh Armenian
House for the ancient tablets of the Yap clan, was completed in 1924
Located At .120, Lebuh Armenian
The building was once the base set up by Chinese immigrants to support
Dr Sun Yat Sen's operations to
free China from feudalism.
Collections of Dr Sun's personal effects are displayed in the gallery.
Cheah Kongsi : No. 8, Lebuh Armenian
Temple building complete during 1870s, tracing back to the oldest
Hokkien clan in Penang
The temple features classic Chinese architecture.
Visiting Hours : 9.00 am - 5.00 pm
Lebuh Acheh Mosque : Lebuh Acheh
Founded in 1808 by a wealthy Achehnese, serving Muslims from Northern
Sumatera, Southern Thailand and Northern Peninsula Malaysia.
Islamic Museum ( Syed Alatas Mansion ) : No. 128, Lebuh Armenian
Built in 1860 and converted into an Islamic Museum to educate about the
heritage of Penang's
Visiting Hours : 9.00 am - 5.30 pm ; Closed on Tuesday