Gua Kelam (Dark Caves)
Located about 26 km from Kangar, the Gua Kelam traverse approximately 37 meters of limestone hills from Kaki Bukit on the Malaysian border to Wang Kelian near the Thai border. The caves were at one time used as a trading route between the locals and the Siamese.

Padang Besar
Padang Besar, on the Malaysia-Thailand border, is border market, a shopper's haunt for Malaysians seeking good bargains. Electrical items, leather goods and clothing are favorite buys, though even a leisurely browsing tour of the market is an interesting outing.

kperlis.JPG (8769 bytes)Kuala Perlis
Located at the estuarine delta of the Sungai Perlis, Kuala Perlis is noted for its excellent laksa, a dish of rice noodles dipped in spiced fish-soup with sliced onions and cucumber. It is also the entry and exit point to Phuket Island and other coastal towns and villages of Southern Thailand, as well as to Pulau Langkawi.

The royal town, located 10 km south of Kangar, is home to the Istana Di-Raja (Royal Palace) and the Masjid Negeri (State Mosque).

Tasik Melati
Tasik Melati is a small but picturesque lake located in a lowland area about 8 km north of Kangar. More than 150 sandbar-islands may be seen all over the lake. Sampans can be rowed to these tiny islands. Elevated walkways extend out over the waters, providing hypnotic prospects out across the lake.

Gunung Medan
Gunung Medan, situated 6 km south of Kangar, is a scenic 300-feet-high limestone outcrop. It is accessible by car on a winding road or on foot by stairways and walkways climbing up to the peak.

Sungai Batu Pahat
Sungai Batu Pahat is located 10km east of Kangar. The town possesses a difficult 9-hole par-72 golf course, which is relatively flat and has numerous obstructions and traps.

Snake Farm
The Snake Farm is primarily used as a research facility to test and develop serums for the treatment of venomous snake bites. A large collection of snakes can be viewed. Hours: 8.00am-4.00pm (Tues.-Sun).

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