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Perlis Attractions

What to See in Perlis

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At the northern end of the west coast, Malaysia’s smallest state, Perlis, isn’t a particularly popular stop on most Read More...

Perlis

Perlis

Perlis briefly reverted to Siamese rule during the war before being handed over to the British and then finally becoming Read More...

Perlis Attractions

Tasik Melati: just 8 km north of Kangar lies this tranquil lake. People often come here to picnic, boat or stroll around Read More...

Gua Kelam

Located near the peaceful town of Kaki Bukit, the Kelam Cave is a 370 meter-long cave that is well-lit and easily accessible. The cave was believed to have formed from the erosion of an underground stream. Visitors can admire the unique rock formations or marvel at the fascinating life forms in the cave.

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Hutan Lipur Bukit Air

The Bukit Air Recreational Park is located near the Perlis snake farm. Visitors can experience the sights and sounds of a tropical rainforest or bathe in cool streams that meander through the forest.

Kota Kayang Museum

This museum is located between Kuala Perlis and Kangar. The museum traces the history of Kedah’s Sultanate, which had close links to the formation of Perlis. Some of the things you can find here include money, artifacts, weapons and ornaments from the old Malay era.

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Kuala Perlis

The quaint little town of Kuala Perlis is one of the entrance points to Langkawi Island. Watch the life that goes on in the fishing communities or try the amazing seafood.

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Padang Besar

Padang Besar is a bustling town filled with bargains galore for shoppers. There are many duty-free shops and a large range of produce, souvenirs and artifacts on sale here.

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Perlis State Park

The Perlis State Park is located along the Thai-Malaysian border. It encompasses the Mata Ayer and Wang Mu forest reserves. The park is rich in vegetation, trees, extensive caves and jungle streams. This is also the only place in Malaysia where the stump-tailed macaque is found.

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Snake Farm

One of only two snake sanctuaries in Malaysia (the other in Langkawi), the Perlis snake farm houses an amazing array of snakes and other reptiles. There are enclosed exhibits and garden enclosures.

Visitors can catch the amazing King Cobra resting in their cages or take photographs with tame snakes. The farm is located 10 km north of Kangar and is near the town of Arau.

Taman Herba

The Herb Gardens is located close to the Bukit Air Recreational Park. A large variety of herbs, spices and traditional plants, numbering over a 1000 species, are grown here. Visitors can see them, learn about their medical application and watch how they are cultivated in this park.

Tasik Melati

Just 8 km north of Kangar lies this tranquil lake. People often come here to picnic, boat or stroll around the lake. There are more than 150 unique sand bar islands on the lake, which can be accessed by boats.

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