Like the Khoo Kongsi I posted about earlier which represented one of five major clans who have clan houses in George Town, the Chew Clan Jetty is one of a number of Clan jetties. There are eight jetties, each named after the surnames of the clan that inhabits them.
We visited the Chew Clan Jetty, which is actually a village built on stilts, originally built by some pioneer Chinese immigrants. The jetty consists of a couple of rows of houses on stilts joined by wooden walkways over the water.
There we found another of Ernest Zacharevic’s wall paintings.
I thought this spot looked like a great place to sit back and watch the world go by.