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Permatang Pauh, Seberang Perai






Jalan Permatang PauhJalan Permatang Pauh (3 May, 2015)



Permatang Pauh (GPS: 5.41058, 100.41329) is a place in Seberang Perai on mainland Penang. It is probably most famous for being the base for Anwar Ibrahim, the opposition leader from the People's Justice Party who was also a former deputy prime minister of Malaysia.

The easiest definition of Permatang Pauh follows the course of Jalan Permatang Pauh, the main road through the area, which runs from the Permatang Pauh Roundabout to the south, to Jalan Telaga Air to the northwest. Midway, Jalan Permatang Pauh forms a junction with Jalan Sama Gagah, after which it changes its course to continue southwests, to end at the Permatang Pauh roundabout.

The Parliamentary Seat of Permatang Pauh (as of 2015, represented by Wan Azizah Wan Ismail, PKR) comprises three state seats namely Seberang Jaya (Afif Bahardin, PKR), Permatang Pasir (Salleh Man, PAS) and Penanti (Norlela binti Ariffin, PKR).

Location of sights in Permatang Pauh with GPS

Sights in Permatang Pauh

  1. Masjid Permatang Janggus (GPS: 5.41404, 100.41451)
  2. Gaik Cheng Kong Temple 玉清宫 (GPS: 5.41429, 100.41168)
  3. Masjid Batu Kampung Pertama (GPS: 5.38943, 100.41795)
  4. Masjid Jamek Al-Falah (GPS: 5.42983, 100.43426)
  5. Masjid Jamek Permatang Pauh (GPS: 5.41051, 100.41417)
  6. Masjid Jamek Tuan Haji Abdul Latif (GPS: 5.41668, 100.4377)
  7. Masjid Papan Kampung Pertama (GPS: 5.38795, 100.41837)
  8. Masjid Permatang Janggus (GPS: 5.40178, 100.41679)
  9. Wesley Methodist Church Butterworth (GPS: 5.40794, 100.40942)

Amenities in Permatang Pauh

  1. Permatang Pauh Post Office (GPS: 5.41114, 100.41331)

Schools in Permatang Pauh

  1. SJK (C) Lay Keow (GPS: 5.41085, 100.4127)

Neighbourhoods in Permatang Pauh

  1. Bukit Jelutong (GPS: 5.41937, 100.43698)
  2. Kampung Samagagah (GPS: 5.41754, 100.41006)
  3. Pengkalan Tambang (GPS: 5.42391, 100.43537)
  4. Taman Pasir Indah (GPS: 5.4393, 100.42931)

Geographical landmarks in Permatang Pauh

  1. Bukit Merah (GPS: 5.4113, 100.43241)
  2. Bukit Pelanduk (GPS: 5.41094, 100.42484)


Paddy field in Permatang PauhPaddy field in Permatang Pauh (10 December, 2016)

360° View of Jalan Permatang Pauh on Google Maps Street View

Jalan Permatang Pauh, approaching the junction with Jalan Sama Gagah.

Updates

7 May, 2015 A by-election was held at Permatang Pauh after the seat fell vacant because its member of parliament, Anwar Ibrahim, was disqualified after being found guilty of sodomy. The by-election was won by Anwar's wife and former opposition leader Wan Azizah Wan Ismail of Parti Keadilan Rakyat, with 30,316 votes (58%) against 21,475 votes (41%) for Barisan Nasional's Suhaimi Sabudin. Two other candidates lost their deposits.

Getting there

Exit the North-South Expressway at Exit 163 (Seberang Jaya Interchange) and head east on the Butterworth-Kulim Expressway (BKE). Exit the BKE at Exit5 1504 (Permatang Pauh Interchange).

Permatang Pauh is on the map of Seberang Perai

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