Tasek Gelugor, Seberang Perai Utara (31 August, 2016)
Tasek Gelugor (GPS: 5.48267, 100.4928), (Traditional/Simplified Chinese; 打昔汝咯; Pinyin: Dǎxī Rǔgē), is a township in Seberang Perai Utara near the border with Kedah. Also spelled Tasik Gelugor, the place is said to have been named after a lake that was created from the overflooding of the nearby river. Gelugor, or asam gelugor, is a type of tree with edible fruits known scientifically as Garcinia atroviridis. The township of Tasek Gelugor is located roughly to the south-east of Kepala Batas.
Makro Utara Enterprise (sundry shop), Jalan Hashim Awang
Maybank Tasek Gelugor, Jalan Hashim Awang
Pasaraya Ekonomi Yuan Huat
Pasaraya Rex, Jalan Hashim Awang
Pusat Komersial Tasek Gelugor
Puz Mart 24 Jam, Jalan Hashim Awang
TG Home Furnishing, Jalan Hashim Awang
Vision Electrical & Hardware Trading, Jalan Hashim Awang
Zi Yang Auto Sdn Bhd (motorcycle dealer), Jalan Hashim Awang
Schools in Tasek Gelugor
SJK (C) Lee Chee
SK Kampung Selamat
SK Tasek Gelugor
SM Arab Tahfiz (SMART)
SMK Kampung Selamat
Petrol Stations in Tasek Gelugor
Petronas Jalan Gelugor
Housing Estates in Tasek Gelugor
Taman Desa Sena
Taman Gelugor Indah
Taman Orkid Permai
Taman Seri Desa
Taman Seri Gelugor
Villages in Tasek Gelugor
Kampung Air Melintas Besar
Kampung Padang Kerai Kecil
Kampung Permatang Kerai Besar
Kampung Pongsu Seribu
Indian farmhouse in Tasek Gelugor (21 July, 2010)
Tasek Gelugor is still very much a rural part of Penang. It comprises a few small villages surrounding the main town or Pekan Tasek Gelugor. Among the villages and settlements here include Kampung Air Melintas kecil, Kampung Belukar, Kampung Lahar Tembun, Kampung Pengkalan Batu, Kampung Permatang Indah and Kampung Banggul.
The two main roads in Tasek Gelugor are Jalan Gelugor (P119) and Jalan Kubang Menderung (P123). The railway line passes through the town, and a new flyover on Jalan Gelugor enables uninterrupted traffic flow over the railway line. The main river in Tasek Gelugor is Sungai Korek.
Much of the area surrounding Tasek Gelugor is covered with oil palm plantations where the people are mostly Tamils working in the estates, while in the town centre itself, the businesses are run by the Chinese.
Kelab Belia Kampung Besar, Tasek Gelugor (21 July, 2010)
Exit the North-South Expressway at Exit 166 (Bertam Interchange). At the first T-junction, turn left on state route P123 (Jalan Kubang Menderung). The road makes a turning to the south following the railway line to the left. Continue along the road until you arrive at Pekan Tasek Gelugor. If you are coming from Kepala Batas, the P123 (Jalan Kubang Menderung) would be the road to take heading east and then south to reach Tasek Gelugor.
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