Best Guide from KL to Perlis
A trip to the northern and smallest state of Perlis can be made by air, train, bus or road, though travel from KL to Perlis by bus can prove to be quite exciting. When planning to visit the state's capital, Kangar, or another one of its small towns from Kuala Lumpur, there are several bus operators available on the KL to Kangar route as well as KL to Kuala Perlis route. Among them are Sri Maju , Konsortium, Plusliner, Danish Trans and Transnasional.
Each of these bus operators has a unique timetable and schedule, as well as a different fare rate for both children and adults, which can be checked online via easibook.com as one makes a booking.
There are two stations from where a bus from Kuala Lumpur can depart - the Pudu Sentral station or the Hentian Duta station. The inter-state journey to Perlis takes about 8 hours. Upon arriving at Kangar's intercity bus terminal, Hentian Jalan Lagi station, one can take a taxi to the next town or other destination within Perlis. This terminal also provides bus services to other cities in Malaysia, as well as Singapore. One of the two taxi stations in Kangar is located just next to Express Bus Station and is referred to simply as the Kangar Taxi station. The other one is located on the opposite side of The Store Shopping Mall.
Alternatively, one can pick another bus at the local bus terminal located at Jalan Tun Abdul Razak that provides services to the small towns in Perlis including Kaki Bukit - a mining town close to the Dark cave; Padang Besar - the Malaysia-Thailand border town; Arau - for those who would like to access the Perlis Railway Station; and Kuala Perlis - the quay to Langkawi island.
Usually, a bus from KL to Perlis -Kuala Perlis/Kangar will stop for a few minutes on-route for the passengers to stretch or ease themselves. In addition, the coaches have advanced comfort features like air conditioning and reclining seats to provide passengers with a smooth trip. All you have to do find an internet connection so that you can login to Easybook.com, locate this bus service among others that serve other parts of Malaysia and Singapore, and make the online reservation. No need to queue at the coach counters.