Pulau Tikus

Pulau Tikus is suburb in George Town city in Penang Island, Malaysia. This upper class residential neighbourhood is named after the actual Pulau Tikus island which is a rocky outcrop 2 km off the northeast coast of Penang Island, just opposite Tanjung Tokong. This particular island is shaped like a mouse and is believed to be infested with rats.

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College General - History - Pulau Tikus, Penang (1808 - 1914)
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