|5°25′9.8214″N 100°20′39.0984″E / 5.419394833°N 100.344194000°ECoordinates: 5°25′9.8214″N 100°20′39.0984″E / 5.419394833°N 100.344194000°E|
|Location||George Town, Penang, Malaysia|
|Designer||Cheah Chen Eok|
|Type||Jubilee clock tower|
|Height||97 ft (30 m)|
|Dedicated to||Queen Victoria|
|Criteria||ii, iii, iv|
|Designated||2008 (32nd session)|
The Jubilee Clock Tower (Malay: Menara Jam Peringatan Victoria, Tamil: ராணி விக்டோரியா நினைவு மணிக்கூண்டு) is an Moorish-style Jubilee clocktower located at the intersection of Light Street and Beach Street in George Town, Penang, Malaysia. Built to commemorate Queen Victoria's 1897 Diamond Jubilee, the tower is sixty feet tall, one foot for each year of Victoria's reign. A corner of the wall surrounding Fort Cornwallis is situated behind the tower.
The clock tower is slightly tilted, a result of bombing during the Second World War.