2. Hunt for Murals in Georgetown
Hop on a trishaw and streak through the bustling streets of Georgetown as you ferret out Lithuanian artist Ernest Zacharevic’s on the crumbling UNESCO heritage walls. This graffiti art, created as part of the Georgetown Festival of Arts and Culture back in 2012 and scattered across the capital, merges real-life objects with graffiti. Check out Cannon Street, where a painted boy “stands” on an actual chair; or make a turn into Armenian Street to see the artist’s best-known “Children on a Bicycle” mural (above), in which two painted kids ride a real bike perched against the wall.
New Lane Hawker Centre oil painting murals