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T Hotel Kuala PerlisRM98
Noor Boutique HotelRM85
Situated near the beach in Langkawi, this hotel is close to Lagenda Park, Kuah Jetty and Langkawi Terminal Ferry. Also nearby are Eagle Square and Night ...
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The Putra Regency HotelRM104
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TH Hotel & Convention Centre Alor SetarRM198
Situated in Kangar, this hotel is 1.8 mi (2.9 km) from Bukit Nasi Sa Bungkus and 2.1 mi (3.3 km) from Bukit Papan. Utama Stadium and Kota Kayang Museum are also ...
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Bordering Thailand is the premier port of Perlis, Kuala Perlis. Nestled in the extreme southwest of the continent, Kuala Perlis is a laid back town centred upon its seafood industry. The waters are scattered with boats and every day the fisherman bring in fresh fish which are snapped up by the local restaurants and market traders. The price of the seafood here is extremely cheap and you have what many consider to be the best Laksa on the continent in your reach. There are also museums, mosques and more waiting to be found in Kuala Perlis. Here we’ll be showing you the best hotels in Kuala Perlis, while also guiding you through the highlights of this small fishing town.
Serving as the primary gateway to the popular Langkawi Island, this quaint town has a great ambiance and laid back atmosphere which is quite a contrast to the busy tourist hotspot which lies just off the coast. With national parks bordering Kuala Perlis on both sides, the surrounding natural beauty is amazing.
Kuala Perlis has a great range of 3 star hotels situated near the Al Hussain Mosque and reasonably close to the Kota Kayang Museum. Most of the 3 star hotels in Kuala Perlis give you good in-house restaurant access, free Wi-Fi and satellite channels displayed on large flat-screen TVs. You can expect air-conditioned rooms which are serviced by daily housekeeping. Most do not allow smoking in the rooms and instead provide access to a smoking area.
If you are looking for more upmarket hotels in Kuala Perlis, then you would do better shopping for a hotel in the surrounding towns. Satun with its fantastic Thale Ban National Park makes for a good option, while Jitra, Langkawi and Sadao should all also be considered. Given the great public transport within the state of Perlis, all the neighbouring towns to Kuala Perlis are easily accessible which allows you to consider the port fort a day trip.
The Kota Kayang Museum has three separate displays, namely the General Gallery, Archaeological Gallery & the Kedah and Perlis Gallery. There is no charge to enter this grand display of the history of Perlis, while the galleries house amazing relics and stunning creative works. Between the Islamic artefacts, innovative Kedah and Perlis crafts and the royal collection, you will be utterly fascinated.
The Al Hussain Mosque is also known as the Floating Mosque and is a beautiful structure and a must-see attraction for all who visit Kuala Perlis. The architecture is amazing, while the reflection of the mosque upon the waters at sunset creates a striking scene that will forever remain with you. Found near the jetty, the Al Hussain Mosque looks precisely as if it is floating upon the water until you encounter it up close. Housing a tranquil garden and intricate temple adornments, you’ll definitely want to bring your camera for some photos from outside.
Laksa, specifically the local speciality Kak Su Laksa Beras is by far the most famous food of this region. The noodles used in this Laksa are made from rice and the recipe is unique to Kuala Perlis. You are served a Laksa which is not too spicy and the rice noodles result in a chewy texture which is quite different from what most expect. It is a soup that seems to grow on you, with it quickly becoming a favourite of most who try it.