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This Proud Penang Lang Envision A Penang Signboard To Welcome Tourists

Hey, fam! We are back again to feature another local photographer. He has been taking breathtaking photographs of Penang, Kuala Lumpur, and Bangkok. Chng Senn (@chngsenn), isn’t your ordinary photographer as he pushes the boundaries on how we see things. This time around, This Proud Penang Lang Envision A Penang Signboard To Welcome Tourists.

A Hollywood-Like Signboard Welcoming Tourists

Photo: @chngsenn (Instagram)

You have probably seen this post on Facebook if you’re a Penangite. Posted by Chng Senn on his Facebook yesterday night, this photograph has been making rounds on the Internet with more than 269 shares on Facebook, and 629 likes on Instagram. At the time of writing, these are the numbers on his social media accounts.

Photo: @chngsenn (Instagram)

The very well-received photograph was accompanied with this caption, “What if we have our own Penang Signboards up on the hill and welcoming all the tourists. BTW, this is just a concept photo I did for Penang Tourism. It could be so awesome 🔥 if we really place the signboards up there.” Naturally, netizens are loving this really fun idea!

Photo: @chngsenn (Instagram)

Apart from this work, Chng Senn has other amazing photographs of Penang. We love his ferry shot that looks it came out from the movie, Inception. Or, how about lights shooting up the night sky at Komtar? His vision is definitely making Penang a little more magical! You can check out all his work on his Instagram at @chngsenn. You will not regret it!

Should We Put Up A Penang Signboard?

Photo: @chngsenn (Instagram)

Ipoh has a signboard that welcomes people to their state! Should Penang implement a signboard welcoming tourists too? What do you think about Chng Senn’s vision? If you know any photographers that you would like us to feature, please do drop us a comment down below, and we will check it out. Should we feature a Penang based photographer every month? Let us know in the comments!

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5 Comments

  1. aiya better dont put la, nobody will able to see it, because all penang high rise building blocking the nice view, especially seaviews occupied by new landed cost RM 25,000,000 super luxary bungallow . soon penang island will connect to butterworth very soon, then penang lang dont have to cross bridge anymore

    1. Lol. True. The sky is the limit when it comes to our high rise, like out of Independence Day movie. No need follow Hollywood sign. Malu la.

  2. Lol. True. The sky is the limit when it comes to our high rise, like out of Independence Day movie. No need follow Hollywood sign. Malu la.

  3. No need lah. Why follow others? People know Penang when people see Penang. No need unsightly behemoth signboards protruding our lush hills. Later got youngsters go climb the signboards then ask police to tangkap. Police got other important job to do lah. No need. No need. Waste money.

  4. Not so original idea. Ipoh has it a long time ago. And it’s true that you can’t see it for all the tall buildings on the island. Having said that, if we must have such a sign, how about putting it on either one or both of the bridges? That would make mainland Penang feel more inclusive.

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