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Makam Mahsuri, Langkawi, Kedah
Phone: +604 955 6055

The tomb of Mahsuri is a historic site in Langkawi and is located at Kampung Mawat, Mukim Ulu Melaka. The tomb is a symbol for the great Princess Mahsuri, who was also called the Makam Mahsuri. Here, you can also see the diorama museum that has preserved Mashuri's jewellery and also the weapon that was used to kill her.

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Jalan Macalister, Georgetown, Penang
Phone: 604 226 1461
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The Penang State Museum on Farquhar Street is the first building that comes under the administration of the Penang State Museum Board. Its chronology began in 1816 as a building donated by the East India Company, built under the supervision of Captain Robert Smith (the Royal Engineer), and to be used as an education center. Year 1964 saw the establishment of the Penang State Museum and Art Gallery, which was officially opened on 14th April 1965 by the first Governor of Penang, Yang Amat Mulia Tun Raja Uda bin Raja Muhammad.

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Ladang Anggur, Kangar, Perlis
Phone: +604 938 3988
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The Grape Vineyard in Perlis is an attractive destination that should be visited. This farm is also an icon of Perlis State under Agricultural Department that increasingly become popular and also surrounded by other recreation centres such as Snake Park, Herbs Farm, Bukit Ayer Recreation Park and Kelam Cave.

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Taman Ular, Sg. Batu Pahat, Kangar, Perlis
Phone: +604 976 8511
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Perlis Snake and Reptile Park is the only park of its kind in Malaysia. There are many species of snakes that can be seen in the enclosed booth or in the open space, where it provides an opportunity for visitors to see closely these exotic animals. There are about 150 snakes from 34 species in the park.

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Pengkalan Raja Tun Uda, Penang
Phone: +604-210 2363

Penang Ferry began its operations in 1920, making it the oldest ferry service in Malaysia. These iconic ferries ply between the Seberang Perai mainland and Penang island, ferrying both passengers and vehicles to and from the island.

The 15 minute ferry ride allows visitors to enjoy the spectacular view of Penang island and serves as a reliable mode of transportation to and from the island.

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Padang Besar, Kangar, Perlis
Phone: +604 978 1235

Padang Besar is one of famous locations that offer open-air market in this country. Here, there are many stalls selling various goods at cheap prices. This is because most of the items sold here are imported from Thailand. Among them are clothing, jewellery, home appliances, toys, leather goods and food.

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