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Jalan Kebun Bunga, Penang

The Arulmigu Balathandayuthapani Kovil, situated in the hills of Jalan Kebun Bunga, Penang; is the Largest Lord Murugan Temple outside of India. The RM10 million temple was built to accommodate the growing numbers of devotees, especially during Thaipusam Celebrations.

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Sungai Batu Pahat, Kangar, Perlis
Phone: +604 973 8800
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Established in 1998 with an area of ​​12 hectares, the park houses a collection of herbs or medicines plants used by local people. It can also be used as a "museum" where the medicinal plants garden is open to visitors who want to know and find out the nature and uses of these plants.

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Bukit Ayer, Kangar, Perlis

Ayer Hill is located at Sungai Batu Pahat, Perlis. Ayer Hill's freshness, green environment and it's cold waterfalls has made Ayer Hill to be a popular place for those who really love nature. This place is best for camp activities as well as for weekend family picnic. Besides that, there are also facilities available for the visitors.

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Taman Rekreasi Taman Melati, Jalan Santa, Kangar, Perlis

Melati Lake is located in the northern city of Kangar, Perlis. It is a small but beautiful lake. It gets its name through a lotus flower floating on the lake. This man-made lake has become places for picnics, and also suitable for relaxing.

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Perlis State Park, Kaki Bukit, Kangar, Perlis
Phone: +604 976 5966

Perlis State Park is located in the western state of Perlis where Peninsular Malaysia attached with Thailand. It stands above the longest range in Malaysia, Nakawan Range. The State Park consists of Mata Ayer Forest Reserve and Wang Mu Forest Reserve.

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Taman Wetland, Putrajaya
Phone: +603 8873 1364
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Putrajaya wetland, the first man-made wetland in Malaysia, is one of the largest fully constructed freshwater wetland in the tropics. Wetland are becoming increasingly popular as ecotourist destinations. Their biodiversity, open space, aesthetics and the development of public amenities make them attractive propositions for passive recreational activities and social pursuit.

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