Wang Kelian State Park

Wang Kelian
Wang Kelian State Park Nature lovers and adventurers are sure to enjoy the visit to Wang Kelian State Park. The forest is rich with flora and fauna, with some of the flora is close to Thai vegetation. The State Park is 1,000ha in size, located in the Mata Ayer Forest Reserve. On the way to Wang Kelian, visitors will be rewarded with a spectacular view of the Timah Tasoh Lak...
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Bukit Ayer Recreational Park / Hutan Lipur Bukit Ayer

Hutan Lipur Bukit Air
Bukit Ayer Recreational Park / Hutan Lipur Bukit Ayer This popular recreational park is just a few kilometers north of the Putra Golf Club, not far from the capital, Kangar. Cool streams meander through rich tropical forest, and waterfalls cascade into rocky pools. Well-constructed paths allow easy access through the park where visitors can experience the sights and sounds ...
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Gunung Medan

Gunung Medan, Perlis
Gunung Medan Some 6 km south of Kangar is a popular picnic spot known as Gunung Medan. It is an easily accessible limestone outcropping about 100m high with a road leading to the peak. An extensive network of stairways and walkways has been built here to take advantage of the view. Anywhere you look, the hill offers a panoramic view of padi fields, the green hills to...
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Gua Kelam Recreational Park

Gua Kelam Recreational Park
Gua Kelam, Kaki Bukit refers to the 370-metre long limestone cave at the small town of Kaki Bukit. Its name literally means "at a foothill (Kaki Bukit) lies a dark cave (Gua Kelam)". Access to the cave is by way of a suspension bridge. The uniqueness of approach, as well as the experience of walking along the bridge, make a visit to this place an intriguing and adventurous ...
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Melati Lake / Tasik Melati

Tasik Melati
Melati Lake / Tasik Melati Melati Lake , located just 8km north of Kangar, this shallow lake is an ideal place for many relaxing activities. Here, people can be seen setting up picnics, jogging, boating or just relaxing under the shade. There are elevated walkways that enables you to walk over the lake and take a look at what is there at the bottom of the shallow lake. ...
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The Snake And Reptile Farm

Taman Ular & Reptilia Sungai Batu Pahat
The Snake And Reptile Farm Surrounded by the Bukit Bintang Forest Reserve near Sungai Batu Pahat, and located 10 km north of Kangar is the Snake and Reptile Farm. The Snake Farm is a research facility set up to develop serums for snakebites. Housing more than 20 species of snakes, as well as crocodiles and monitor lizards, it is the only snake farm in Malaysia. The farm...
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Padang Besar

Padang Besar Padang Besar is a bustling border town and is a blur of colours, sights and sounds. It is also a major stopover along the rail route between Singapore, Malaysia and Thailand.The elongated railway station is manned by Malaysian officials at one end and their Thai counterparts at the other. Padang Besar is a bargain hunter's paradise and boasts duty-free shops and a...
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Perlis Craft Cultural Complex

Perlis Craft Cultural Complex
Perlis Craft Cultural Complex Just located 8km away from the Capital City, Kangar and a 15 minutes drive by car, is the Perlis Craft Cultural Complex. Perlis Craft Cultural Complex is a well known tourist attraction site where it offers a wide range of delicate hand drawn batik, carefully carved silverware, arrays of beautifully handmade gifts such as basketry, rattans prod...
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Kangar

Padi Field
Kangar Kangar is the capital of Perlis. It is located in the heart of the country's "rice bowl" region, and depending on the season, it is surrounded by lush green fields or golden yellow padi, ripe for harvesting. Although new buildings can be seen, Kangar retains much of its old world charm. A small town with everything within walking distance, Kangar is not la...
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Museum Kota Kayang

Museum Kota Kayang This new museum is situated close to what was historically a fortified area (the word Kota translates as "fort" in English). The area is also the burial ground for two 16th century Sultans of Kedah. Limestone outcroppings surround the remains of a palace like sentries on eternal watch. The site is marked by two simple mausoleums with gravestones, and the ...
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