This one is also a small and fresh check-in point for literature and art, but because it is during the day, it is impossible to see its true magic. I don’t know (discovered after the night that night). Now the Love Lane is synonymous with slow life. This long alley has a Nanyang tradition The architectural style has large and small cafes and bars to sit down and feel the people coming and going and the traffic is nothing more than a bad thing! !
I'm really fortunate to choose the accommodation near Love Lane. The food around is quite delicious, and there are many snacks on the opposite side of Love Lane in the evening, which is very lively... the atmosphere is very good. In fact, there are no historical sites or scenic spots in Love Lane. It is just a few hundred meters of ordinary people’s homes, but the front of each house feels very emotional...!
It is the street scenery of Penang, some small shops, some graffiti, the street is not long, you can walk in a while, there is a spa shop on the street, 70 MYR can be an hour of footsteps + shoulder and neck package, including calf, double Arms, hands, and a little back are very suitable, making it easy to be a complete individual. !
This alley is 30 meters in size, on Niujiandong Street. Fortunately, I even took a taxi, which was a bit disappointed. The bars there were also deserted, and there was no desire to go in, so I took a photo of the street sign and a street view of Love Lane and left. It's really not worth coming. It's not worth coming. You will regret it when you come. !
It is said that the former colonists thought that they could see the sea from this alley, and it was a suitable place to see the mountains and the sea and build a nest of love together. The alleys are surrounded by small hotels, small cafes, and small bars, which are very emotional. The iron wire cartoons or murals scattered randomly add a lot of interest to this alley. !