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Things to see and do

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Almarhum Kayang, Perlis
T: (04) 977 0027

Kota Kayang is a very organised and informative museum only a 15-minute drive out of Kangar town, set amid limestone karsts draped in lush jungle. It is well worth making a stop here on the way to Kuala Perlis. Inside you’ll take part in a history lesson that began more than 5,000 years ago: Archaeological finds show that a people descended from hill tribes in today’s Vietnam hunted and farmed ... Read more about Kota Kayang State Musuem .

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Wang Kelian, Perlis
T: (04) 945 7898

Perlis State Park doesn’t share quite the same virgin forest as neighbouring Thale Ban National Park over the border in Thailand. The Malay side was once logged for timber, and though the forests are growing back it will take a long time before they return to their original state. Still, the Nakawan limestone range, part of the Setul formation, stretches through the park and boasts rugged peaks ... Read more about Taman Negara Perlis .

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Kangar, Perlis
T: (04) 977 7578

Ron is the guy to contact in Perlis if you are planning to do some serious trekking or get more in depth guidance. Regarded by most locals as a senior guide from the state park, Ron is also directly involved in a lot of nature research that goes on in Perlis. Adventure tours offered range from easy half-day tours like the Heritage Trail to conquering mountain peaks on the Nakawan range, where ... Read more about Ronn's Adventures .

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Where to next?

Where are you planning on heading to after Kangar? Here are some spots commonly visited from here, or click here to see a full destination list for Malaysia.

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