Why don't more Malaysians visit Perlis and mainland Kedah?

The neighbouring states of Perlis and Kedah usually escape from the radar of most travellers. Both are so uncharted to the point that they are sometimes referred to as the “undiscovered” states of Malaysia.

With the exception of Kedah’s Langkawi island, northwestern Malaysia tends to be enveloped in relative obscurity among tourists.

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