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Bus From Penang to Kuala perlis

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Penang to Kuala perlis Bus Schedule & Fare

Bus Operator First Bus Last Bus Duration  
Plusliner 09:00 19:30 2 hrs 37 mins VIEW PRICE
Cepat Express 05:30 05:30 2 hrs 26 mins VIEW PRICE
Kesatuan express 11:15 20:00 2 hrs 45 mins VIEW PRICE
Arwana Express 12:30 20:30 2 hrs 45 mins VIEW PRICE

Penang to Kuala perlis Bus

Penang is a world-renowned exotic holiday destination. Penang is also known as the “Pearl of the Orient.” It is famous for its white-sand beaches and is known as the food capital of Malaysia. Penang has no shortage of cultural sites and natural scenery. Penang has the most interesting places to visit and the flea market is famous for selling diverse goods. On the other hand, Kuala Perlis is the second-largest town in Malaysia. But Kuala Perlis is a small state that is also known as a fishing town as it is located at the mouth of the Perlis River. Kuala Perlis is situated just a few kilometers from the Thailand border and has many famous tourist destinations to visit.

The distance between Penang and Kuala Perils is 174 km. There are many buses covering this route and it takes approximately 2 to 3 hours.

There is a wide range of bus operators among them and some of the popular bus operator serving this route have been listed below:

  • Plusliner
  • Sri Manju Express

Penang  to Kuala Perlis Bus Details

The best mode of transportation in Malaysia is by road and public transport buses. Penang to Kuala Perlis route has a robust bus service. These buses move regularly at different intervals. The frequent bus service on this route prevents any kind of confusion among tourists. The first bus starts at 8:45 am provided by  Plusliner and the last bus running on the route is at 10 pm  and is provided by the Sri Maju Group.

The bus fare for this route ranges from RM 15 to RM 17 though this depends on the operator. The boarding point in Penang is Penang Sentral. The dropping point in Kuala Perlis is the Kuala Perlis bus terminal.

The total number of bus trips from Penang to Kuala Perils are around 356 trips annually. The Plusliner bus operator makes 4 trips in a day to make bus travel easily accessible to travelers.

All the buses running on this route are comfortable and have facilities like reclining chairs and air conditioning. They also have onboard toilets to ensure that passengers are comfortable throughout the journey.

Things to do in Kuala Perlis

  • Kota Kayang Museum: This is the Perils State museum. A famous tourist attraction spot, the museum depicts the history and culture of the area.
  • Perlis State Park: This park has Mata Ayer Forest Reserve and is spread across a huge area and has a magnificent range of limestone hills. A treat to witness this picturesque view.
  • Gua Kelam: This is the famous show cave and is on top of the to-do list. The outdoor and caving activities here are famous worldwide.
  • Arau: This is the royal town of Arau and the royal mosque is famous throughout the world. This is a popular tourist destination.
  • Wang Delian weekend market: Located near the border crossing between Malaysia and Thailand. This market is the place where the Malaysian and Thai people can cross over and shop.

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