Located 5km from Kangar, Ujung Bukit Homestay is easily reachable via taxi.
You can get to Kangar using several interstate, air-conditioned bus services such as Transnasional (Tel: 603-20703300) and Sutera Express (Tel: 03-20267199) departing from the Puduraya bus station in Kuala Lumpur. These buses will stop at the Express Bus Station on Jalan Bukit Lagi in Kangar. From there, you can take a taxi or the HBR Express Bus to Kaki Bukit.
There is no direct air service to Perlis. Visitors have to fly into Alor Setar (in Kedah) and then take a 45-minute taxi ride to Kangar. From Kangar, you can take a taxi or the HBR Express Bus to Kaki Bukit.
You can also get to Kuala Perlis from Kuah jetty in Langkawi via ferry boats. The ride costs between RM12 to RM15 per person, one way and takes about 45 minutes.
Located at the northern-most edge of Peninsula Malaysia, the state of Perlis is easily accessible via the North-South Highway, which links Kangar, the state capital of Perlis, to Kuala Lumpur. From Kangar, you’ll need to drive north for another 36km to the small town of Kaki Bukit where Gua Kelam is located.
Kampung Ujung Bukit Homestay
Ujung Bukit Village in Bintong, Perlis is a peaceful village, where life takes a decidedly leisurely pace as compared to what most people experience in the city. Planting paddy is the main source of income for the friendly villagers."
Ujung Bukit Village in Bintong, Perlis is a peaceful village, where life takes a decidedly leisurely pace as compared to what most people experience in the city. Planting paddy is the main source of income for the friendly villagers.
The village is located close to Kangar, the capital of Perlis, separated only by a series of hills that nonetheless adequately preserves the calm atmosphere of Ujung Bukit. It is the first village in Perlis to obtain approval from the Ministry of Tourism for the Homestay programme.
Among the activities that visitors can try at the homestay are: traditional kite-flying, planting paddy, fishing and caving. There are also cultural performances such as nasyid singing and the traditional Malay wedding ceremony, as well as craft and cooking demonstrations.