A pictorial tour of the Malaysian murals…
This post is yet another tribute to street art. An earlier post of ours talked about the street art at the cultural hub where the entire street was submerged in a flurry of colours. In an attempt to quench our undying thirst for art in the city, we didn’t stop exploring. We ventured into every nook and corner of the city, traversed far and wide to compile a comprehensive guide. Have you explored these spots yet?
The walls are no longer bare for the world’s our canvas. Fellow travellers and residents of Kota Bharu, keep your eyes peeled for vibrant walls and gorgeous murals across the city.
The area around the Kelantan River is well developed and comes to life by night. However, if you explore it during the day, you get to spot these pieces of art and installations within a 0.5 kilometre-radius.
2. Kuala Besut:
The walls of Kuala Besut Jetty Point are centred around water adventure. You will find depictions of scuba diving, mermaids, marine life, endangered aquatic animals and more. There are random illustrations and abstract art as well.
3. What’s cooking?
This stretch of art is found between Billion Shopping Centre and a (closed) seafood restaurant at Jalan Sultan Yahya Petra.
3. Traditional art
Traditional art and local forms have been depicted along the streets of Pasar Kubang Pasu, Bandar Raya Islam.
Image courtesy: Tourism Malaysia Kelantan – check out their page for more information.
4. University and books
You can spot these pieces of art around the petrol bunk near KB Mall and the Technology University closeby.
Do we really need to describe what you see? Spot this piece at Jalan Telipot near Mulqeen Enterprise.
Aren’t these vibrant pieces a work of wonder? Go hunting for them and click away. If you know of any additional pieces around the city, leave the location in the comments below.
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