A meeting of classics: The vintage bicycles passing by the colonial-styled Eastern & Oriental Hotel, popularly known as the E. & O., in Farquhar Street. Passing by the court complex in Light Street. Say cheese: A cyclist obliging to a tourist's camera. Teamwork: Thanks to our motorcycle, Beng Tatt was able to cover the vintage cyclists throughout it's 20km route. Best served hot: A man making Penang Pancake, also known as ‘Ban Chean Kuih’. Childhood memories: Everybody has met the ice-cream guy and his unforgettable rings of his bell. Time out: Beng Tatt and fellow The Star photographer Muhamad Shahril Rosli browsing through the photos taken so far. Penang, food haven: Visitors patronizing a pancake stall and ice-cream seller. Crowd pullers: A general view of the Traditional Food & Craft Bazaar. Here's looking at you kid! Work of art: A craftsman carving out traditional Chinese sculptures. Old master: Rojak king Khor Ewe Hock crafting some colourful dough art figurines. Eye catching, eye candy: Khor's dough art figurines take the shape of cartoon characters and legends such as Ninja Turtles, Doraemon, the Eight Immortals and the Monkey King (Sun Wu-Kung). Hand art: A woman drawing a henna tattoo. Child's play: Children playing with a traditional stone grinder which was used to make flour. Capturing the moments: A tourist recording the bustling scene. Solid attraction: Both young and old just can't get enough of the stone grinder. Hot stuff: A woman trying her hand at making belacan using a pestle and mortar board. Nice things come in pairs: Colorful, wooden Chinese clogs. Reflections: A man taking photos of tiny fishes in a giant vase. Penang's treasure, world famous: A Spanish tourist contemplates to patronise a wanton mee stall in Chulia Street. Universal attraction: Enjoying good old wanton mee with Beng Tatt and some ‘turistas’ from Madrid, Spain.