Gua Kelam is a mining cave at the northern town - Kaki Bukit, about 20km from Kangar.
This is a not-to-miss spot when you visit to Perlis. Although it might not too great compared to some other great places in the world or even in Malaysia.
Apart from the cave, you can always walk around in the Kaki Bukit town, and experience the local lifestyle of a small mining town.
Sit down in a small local "Kopitiam" and order a "Kopi-O", this is experience that you can never get in other big city.
In Perlis, especially the northern part of Perlis (Since Perlis is not very big, northern and southern is not too far though), there are a lot of limestone hills. Those hills are good for rock climbing or just a short trekking.
Beside the challenging trek or rock climb, the unique limestone structure also an attractive to the adventurers.
Royal artefacts at this garalley dates back to the ancient Malay kingdom... More modern exhibits include royal potraits, memorabilia and a ksiwah cloth donated by Saudi Arabian royalty to the late Tuanku Syed Putra Almarhum Syed Hassan Jamalullail... The R21.9 million gallery was completed and opened in 2004...
The park is fringed by the Bukit Bintang Forest Reserve and comprises a research facility and exhibition area which is home to dozens of species of snakes, monitor lizards and crocodiles... This includes 34 species of snakes, 25 from Malaysia and nine from other regions...
Built as an ancient palace complex, the museum offers visitors a glimpse of the early history of both Perlis and Kedah... The musem complex encompasses the burial site of two ancient Sultans of Kedah, of which Perlis, once belonged...
The Bukit Bintang vineyard is one of the few in Perlis state that produces grapes on a commercial basis... Several types of grapes such as New White Malaga, Green Perlette and Bukit Opal are grown and will be harvested for grape products like juice, cordial and raisins... It is not viable for the production of wines at the moment...
The fishing village in Kuala Perlis is one of the main source of fresh fish supply to the northern region of Malaysia.
The small fishing village is still maintain the culture as per 10 years ago.