George Town, the capital of Penang in Malaysia, is named after Britain's King George III and the inner city of George Town is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Largely a Chinese city, Georgetown is full of colourful colonial architecture, shophouses and many rickshaws ferrying tourists around the maze of narrow lanes and broad streets. Most visitors enjoy wondering the streets searching for the impressive and sometimes comical street art that has now become well-know landmarks. While wondering the streets there are countless option for good food. From fine dining restaurants to local street food made by Chinese, Indian or Malay people.