Ferry Langkawi Kuala Perlis Timetable

If you want to catch a ferry to the mainland, the shortest distance back is via the ferry from Langkawi to Kuala Perlis.

High-speed boats leave the island from the main town, Kuah and are scheduled to take one hour and fifteen minutes to reach the port at Kuala Perlis.

Kuala Perlis is in the north-west corner of Malaysia, so if you plan to travel up to the border with Thailand and onto Hat Yai, this is the best port to go to, compared to travelling from Langkawi to Kuala Kedah port.

The other option is to catch the less frequent ferry from Kuah to Satun in the very south-west corner of Thailand.

Ferry Timetable from Kuah Jetty to Kuala Perlis

Ferries run every day of the year and operate on the following schedule, except for the month of Ramadan when there are only 8 sailings a day, rather than 10 :


Please note : Times may change so please check before travelling.

For the ferry timetable from Kuala Perlis to Langkawi click here>>

You can check for the latest times and book online -

Ticket Prices

One Way Fares are :

Adult = RM 18
Child = RM 13

Buying Tickets

You can buy your ticket online (see link above), at the ferry terminal in Kuah or from authorised agents on the island.

Arriving at Kuala Perlis Jetty

On arrival at the jetty in Kuala Perlis, if you don't have your own transport, the best option is to take a 5 -10 minute walk to the bus station located behind the row of buildings at the port.

If you want to stay the night, there are a number of Kaula Perlis hotels around the port and in town.

To walk to Kuala Perlis bus station, turn left as you come out of the ferry terminal building, then right at the next turning. The bus station is on your right.

You can catch a bus from here to places like Butterworth Penang and Kuala Lumpur.

For more bus information, times and ticket prices :

go to our online bus booking page here>>

For smaller destinations by bus from Kuala Perlis, you may have to go to the nearby town of Kangar, which has a small, but busy bus station, close to the centre of town.

If you want to travel from Kuala Perlis to Thailand by public bus, you will first have to catch a Mariliner bus to Kangar, where they have their own bus terminal and departures to the border at Padang Besar.

After crossing the border, you can then catch a cheap local bus to the city of Hat Yai.

If you want to continue your journey by train, the nearest railway station to Kuala Perlis port is Arau, around 18 kms away.

Trains leave from here to Butterworth and KL to the south, and Hat Yai and Bangkok to the north into Thailand.

See the following pages for more information :