Perlis, the country's smallest state, lies at the North-Western corner of the Malaysia Peninsula, between the state of Kedah and neighboring Thailand. The state's main appeal is its refreshing serenity; it provides an enchanting respite from the hustle and bustle of city life.


Perlis,exudes natural beauty and is characterized by sprawling paddy fields. Predominantly agricultural, its historical background is marked by ancient archaeological discoveries and its multiracial society is a fascinating amalgamation of Malays, Chinese, Indians and Thais as it shares a border with Thailand. There are several natural attractions that make this state unique such as the Perlis State Park and Gua Kelam. However, there’s a lot more to to Perlis. For those who love cities and towns with a relaxed pace of life and a little history on the side, Kangar, the state capital, has historic buildings such as the Syed Alwi Mosque while the RoyalPalace and Royal Mosque are located in the Royal town of Arau. Visitors can select their accommodation from among various hotels and budget inns located in the city and major towns.


Predominantly agricultural, Perlis has a peaceful, unspoiled beauty. Its picturesque paddy fields stretch for miles, broken only by occasional limestone outcrops.



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