Welcome to
Rice Bowl of Malaysia

With a history that dates back to the 1800s, Perlis is a natural wonderland that sits between the northern state of Kedah and neighbouring Thailand. This state covers 795 sq. kilometers and has plentiful of breathtaking paddy plains, rustic villages, limestone outcrops and calming lakes. Perlis is also the home to Malaysia’s only semi-deciduous forest. All the greens of this state make it a perfect choice for calming and relaxing visit.

Just sit back and enjoy some local cuisine and produce while meeting friendly local folks at an unhurried pace of life. Find and discover historical buildings such as the 100 year old Syed Alwi Mosque in the state’s capital of Kangar.


Places of interest are the likes of Perlis State Park at Wang Kelian the only semi-deciduous forest in the country, Gua Kelam Recreational Park otherwise known as the Cave of Darkness, Sungai Batu Pahat, Snake and Reptile Farm, the Harum Manis Mango Plantation, Kota Kayang Museum, The Perlis Royal Gallery and Padang Besar for some serious shopping bargains.

Food & Dining

A huge array of northern delicacies awaits adventurous foodies. Choose from delicious varieties of delectable rice dishes, noodles, soups, traditional salads and fresh seafood. Tasty and affordable, you can find them at numerous hotels, restaurants, coffee shops and foodstalls all across Perlis.


Sharing a border with Thailand, Perlis is the country’s northern gateway and this state is connected by a comprehensive road and railway network and is also accessible via air and sea.

Explore Other States

Situated in the west coast of Peninsula Malaysia, Perak’s name means silver in the Malay language. This is because Perak once contained one of the world’s richest deposits of tin.

Today this State is widely known for its captivating limestone cave temples, pristine rainforests, popular local cuisines and many luscious and relaxing resorts! One of the most notable attractions is the luxurious world renown Pangkor Laut Resort.

Ipoh otherwise known as the City of Bougainvillaea is the state capital city and is very popular as a gastronomical magnet. While the majority of attractions may be found here, there are many other hidden attractions to be discovered all over its beautiful countryside.

Enjoy the old-world charm and natural heritage in Perak!


The cultures of the East and West blend together here in the Pearl of the Orient. In 1,054 sq. kilometers, the state of Penang comprises the sunshine island of Penang and Seberang Perai situated on the mainland.

Penang Bridge links the island with the mainland and is the longest bridge in Southeast Asia that spans 24km long! Using the oldest cross-channel ferry service in the country is another transport link between the two points as you may like to experience some old world charm.

The capital of Georgetown is designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site with many elegant and interesting pre-war colonial buildings nestled next to modern skyscrapers. Penang is also famously dubbed as the Cuisine Capital as she is famed for plenty of bewildering and scrumptious eats.

Explore the beauty and allure of the Pearl of the Orient!


The oldest state in the country of Malaysia that borders Thailand up north of the peninsula, Kedah boasts a history that dates back to the 5th century AD. Occupying an area of 9,425 sq. kilometers, the state is the country’s main rice producer and the capital of Kedah is Alor Setar.

Asia’s very first Geopark is found in this state along with the beautiful island of Langkawi which is a popular island tourist destination where you can head to for some R&R. Kedah also features the world’s longest tree top walk at Sedim and the historic ancient Bujang Valley archaeological site.

Kedah makes a perfect choice for a memorable tropical get-away.