Pangsapuri Delima is a low-rise four storey walk-up apartment located along Lorong Leandros in Pulau Tikus, Penang. The freehold apartment consists of 3-bedroom and 2-bathroom units measuring approximately 900 sq ft, with a parking lot allocated to each unit.
Delima is located in one of Penang’s most affluent areas with many bungalows, mansions, exclusive condominiums, colonial buildings and first class international hotels in the vicinity. The area is also well-known for its pre-war shop houses, a 195-year old Catholic Church and a century old Buddist Temple such as the Wat Chaiya Dhammikarama Burmese Buddhist Temple built in 1845.
In sharp contrast to these age-old traditional heritage buildings are the modern facades of high-rise commercial buildings such as Burmah House and Bellisa Row. The area is also a popular hangout for revellers and tourists as entertainment outlets spring to life at night. Clubs and bistros such as Segafredo Zanetti Espresso, the Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf and the Bed & Lounge Club are favourites in the area.
The most scenic spot at Pulau Tikus is the east coast of Gurney Drive with its kilometre-long stretch of seafront promenades and hawker fare. The area is rife with restaurants, cafes, hotels, pubs and retail shops, especially the popular Gurney Plaza Shopping Complex. Further down the street are the Midlands Park Shopping Centre and the Bandar Baru Air Itam supermarket located in Plaza Axis at Cantonment Road. The Pulau Tikus morning open market is an all-time favourite with locals with its fabulous food galore serving refreshing soya bean drinks, bean curds, pancakes, Asam Laksa and many other delicious traditional cuisine.
In the vicinity are the International School of Penang, Uplands School and the General College of French Foreign Mission. Not far from Delima is the Penang Adventist Hospital, the St Nicholas’ Home and the Church of the Immaculate Conception.
Rapid Penang buses 101 and 104 ply the route providing convenient commuting for residents of the Pulau Tikus area. Delima is easily accessible via Persiaran Gurney, Jalan Kelawei, Jalan Burma and Jalan Bagan Jermal. It is also a stone’s throw away from the famous Penang Bridge.