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It was courthouse back in 1809 and once served as the Penang Supreme Court.
It is near the Anglican church and you can encounter it when you walk the colonial part of Georgetown.
It is not open to the public. It was restored 10 years...More
Located across from the Anglican Church, these buildings are huge and beautiful. I passed them either while walking or riding the FREE public buses. Locals told me that they are not opened for tourists to visit.
The Supreme Court Building with its neo-Palladin architecture was built in 1903 and it replaced the original courthouse which was constructed on the same site in 1809. It was designed by engineers of the Public Works Department headed by John Henry McCallum. The building has...More