Nature Spots To Check Out While In Perlis

Instead of flocking the capital city and the usual urban attractions, why not take the road less travelled and venture out to this northernmost state in Peninsular Malaysia. Perlis may be the smallest state in Malaysia, but it boasts many attractions that appeal to a variety of travellers for many good reasons!



Here are some of the attractions including nature spots and famous local eateries for you to check out while in Perlis!


Perlis State Park


If you identify as a nature enthusiast or an eco-tourist, you will be delighted to visit the Perlis State Park and what it has to offer. Situated on the continuous limestone hills along the Thai border, the park is home to a diverse range of caves including Gua Kelam and Gua Wang Burma.


Credit : Perlis State Park

As it is a must for a guide to be with you at the park, you can arrange for a guide at the park’s visitor centre.


Address: Wang Kelian, Perlis

Contact number of Perlis State Park Visitor’s Centre: +604-977 7578/7898


Taman Eko Rimba Bukit Ayer


12km from Kangar City lies the Taman Eko Rimba Bukit Ayer or Bukit Ayer Amenity Forest.

The park is perfect for a family picnic or a simple hangout surrounded by nature.



The park is well equipped with all kinds of amenities, especially for camping. Basic amenities like an information centre, toilets, prayer room and playground are also available on site.


Address: Jalan Anak Chelong, R119, 01000 Kangar, Perlis

Inquiries: Perlis State Forestry, Km 2 Jalan Kaki Bukit, 01000 Kangar, Perlis Tel : 604 – 9765 966


Perlis Herbal Forest


Another reason why Perlis is great for eco-tourism is the Perlis Herbal Forest (Rimba Herba Perlis). Located in Sungai Batu Pahat, this park functions as an ethnobotany museum which is a genetic bank that houses various types of herbal plants.