Perlis with its enchanting location surrounded by hills, rice fields and lush countryside, you will be enjoyed by the beauty of the local landscape. Be at one with nature and take back home memories. You will treasure forever..
One of the most distinctive caves in Malaysia is a 370-metre long limestone cave near the small town of Kaki Bukit (literally ‘foot hill’) called Gua Kelam (Cave of Darkness). Located about 33km north of Kangar, the state capital, Gua Kelam Recreational Park is popular for its enchanting ‘cave walk’ where you can enter from one end of the cave and come out at a different location.
Wang Burma Cave
Wang Burma Cave is one of the most popular caves within the Perlis State Park. It is a haven for spelunking. The cave’s stalactites and stalagmites resemble pillars, curtains and cascades which were formed over millions of years. Enthusiasts can explore the cave at a leisurely pace, or climb, crawl and squeeze between narrow passages and muddy tunnels.
Bukit Keteri Rock Climbing
Situated at the Malaysia – Thai border, Wang Gunung is well-known among rock climbers for its uniqueness and challenges. The mountain stands at 499.1 meters creating an imposing backdrop to the nearby Putra Golf Club. Most of the stones that create the Wang Gunung mountain is connected to the formation of Machinchang, Setul, Kubang Pasu and Chuping.
Canopy Walk SPF
Canopy Walk SPF Ayer Keroh is a 100 meter long walkway and the distance from the ground is 17 meters. This castle was built to be a research area of flora and fauna especially about teak trees and at the same time made ecotourism.
ATV Maneq Hills
To fans of ATV’s rugged sports activities around Perlis are strongly encouraged to visit the ATV Maneq Hills. Its convenient location because it is located on the side of the road attracts anyone to glance at the signboard and ATV row on the main road of Kangar – Padang Besar, located at Bukit Manik, Tasoh Perlis.
Putra Golf Club
Putra golf club is a popular golfing venue, located in the far north of malaysia, 10km from of town Kangar and close to the border with Thailand. Although it may look an easy going course, water hazards, bunkering and occasional ravines will all keep you on your toes. The hardy cowgrass fairways may give Putra a slightly rustic feel, but its natural charms are enhanced by the jungle-clad hills and limestone rock faces that picturesquely line the course.