Pulau Tikus is a state constituency in Penang, Malaysia, that has been represented in the Penang State Legislative Assembly since 2004. It covers two of George Town's affluent suburbs - Pulau Tikus and parts of Tanjung Tokong - as well as Gurney Drive.
The state constituency was first contested in 2004 and is mandated to return a single Assemblyman to the Penang State Legislative Assembly under the first-past-the-post voting system. Since 2018 , the State Assemblyman for Pulau Tikus is Chris Lee Chun Kit from the Democratic Action Party (DAP), which is part of the state's ruling coalition, Pakatan Harapan (PH).
The Pulau Tikus constituency contains the polling districts of Ayer Rajah, Bangkok Lane, Barrack Road, College Avenue, Peel Avenue, Jalan Punchak Erskine, Pantai Molek and Taman Gottlieb.
The constituency encompasses the Pulau Tikus suburb in its entirety and the southern part of Tanjung Tokong up to Fettes Road (Malay: Jalan Fettes). In addition, the whole stretch of Gurney Drive, the most famous seafront promenade in George Town, falls under this constituency.
Ethnic breakdown of Pulau Tikus's electorate as of 2018
Other ethnicities (1.32%)
Total electors by polling district in 2016
|Jalan Punchak Erskine
|Source: Malaysian Election Commission
The electoral results for the Pulau Tikus state constituency in 2008, 2013 and 2018 are as follows.
|Penang state election, 2008
||Koay Teng Hai
||Teng Hock Nan
|Total valid votes
|Total rejected ballots
||DAP gain from BN