Chuping, Perlis
Chuping The town's name is derived from a limestone hill known by the local folks as Bukit Chuping. It is situated to the northeast of Kangar. There are 22,000 hectares of plantation. This commercial area is well known for its wide sugarcane plantation and the processing of sugar. Harvesting period starts from December and done until June. There are factories and rubber...
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The royal town of Arau is located 10 km from Kangar. Of interest here is the imposing Istana Arau or Royal Palace and the Royal Mosque, which boasts some of the finest examples of classic Malay/Islamic architecture in the country. Arau is the disembarkation point for visitors travelling by train from Kuala Lumpur to Langkawi. From Arau, taxis are available to Kuala Perli...
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