An elaborately decorated trishaw slowly makes its way down the street in Georgetown, Penang, Malaysia. The peddlers often adorn their trishaw (or Becas as they are locally known) with flowers or other bright decoration to attract the many tourist who visit historic Georgetown. They are by no means a fast or particularly convenient mode of transport, but then they’re not supposed to be. Instead the peddler will take visitors on a sedate tour telling them stories about the streets and buildings, some of which might even be true.
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