Location

Location

UniMAP is located in Perlis. The smallest state in Malaysia, Perlis lies at the northern part of the west coast of Peninsular Malaysia. It is bordered by Thailand's Satun and Songkhla provinces to the north and the Malaysian state of Kedah to the south. This pleasant little state has a population of approximately 253,000 comprising mainly of Malays (the majority), Chinese and Indians.

The administrative capital of Perlis is Kangar, while its royal capital is Arau. Padang Besar, one of Malaysia's gateway to Thailand, is located about 30 minutes drive from Kangar. The port and ferry terminal at the small coastal village of Kuala Perlis links the state to the popular tourist island of Langkawi. Some 2.5 hours drive to the south is the beautiful island of Penang, while metropolitan Kuala Lumpur is about 6 hours away by car (or 40-minute flight).

Perlis is ideal for those pursuing their studies, thanks to its quiet appeal, rustic charm and lush greenery. People in Perlis are known for their simplicity and warmth. The state’s laid back feel is in obvious paradox with the hustle and bustle of campus life of UniMAP, which makes for a unique environment conducive to exploration, adventure and growth.

UniMAP's Coordinate


Bangunan KWSP - 6ᵒ 26’ 55’’N 100ᵒ 11’ 34’’E

Kampus Alam ( Pauh) - 6ᵒ 27’55’’N 100ᵒ 11’ 34’’E

Kubang Gajah - 6ᵒ 26 ’50’’N 100ᵒ 14’ 41’’E

uniCiti - 6ᵒ 38’ 58’’N 100ᵒ 15’ 28’’E

Kuala Perlis - 6ᵒ 23’ 48’’N 100ᵒ 8’ 43’’E

Seriab - 6ᵒ 24’ 44’’N 100ᵒ 11’ 3’’E

Wang Ulu - 6ᵒ 27’ 45’’N 100ᵒ 9’ 25’’E

Agrotek ( Padang Besar) - 6ᵒ 39’ 12’’N 100ᵒ 15’ 40’’E


For more information, please contact:


Corporate Communication Unit (UKK)
Miss Suhaiza Binti Ghazali
Public Relation Officer
Tel : +604 979 8093
E-mail : suhaizaghazali@unimap.edu.my

Last Update: 21 December 2017

UniMAP is located in Perlis. The smallest state in Malaysia, Perlis lies at the northern part of the west coast of Peninsular Malaysia. It is bordered by Thailand's Satun and Songkhla provinces to the north and the Malaysian state of Kedah to the south. This pleasant little state has a population of approximately 253,000 comprising mainly of Malays (the majority), Chinese and Indians.

The administrative capital of Perlis is Kangar, while its royal capital is Arau. Padang Besar, one of Malaysia's gateway to Thailand, is located about 30 minutes drive from Kangar. The port and ferry terminal at the small coastal village of Kuala Perlis links the state to the popular tourist island of Langkawi. Some 2.5 hours drive to the south is the beautiful island of Penang, while metropolitan Kuala Lumpur is about 6 hours away by car (or 40-minute flight).

Perlis is ideal for those pursuing their studies, thanks to its quiet appeal, rustic charm and lush greenery. People in Perlis are known for their simplicity and warmth. The state’s laid back feel is in obvious paradox with the hustle and bustle of campus life of UniMAP, which makes for a unique environment conducive to exploration, adventure and growth.

UniMAP's Coordinate


Bangunan KWSP - 6ᵒ 26’ 55’’N 100ᵒ 11’ 34’’E

Kampus Alam ( Pauh) - 6ᵒ 27’55’’N 100ᵒ 11’ 34’’E

Kubang Gajah - 6ᵒ 26 ’50’’N 100ᵒ 14’ 41’’E

uniCiti - 6ᵒ 38’ 58’’N 100ᵒ 15’ 28’’E

Kuala Perlis - 6ᵒ 23’ 48’’N 100ᵒ 8’ 43’’E

Seriab - 6ᵒ 24’ 44’’N 100ᵒ 11’ 3’’E

Wang Ulu - 6ᵒ 27’ 45’’N 100ᵒ 9’ 25’’E

Agrotek ( Padang Besar) - 6ᵒ 39’ 12’’N 100ᵒ 15’ 40’’E


For more information, please contact:


Corporate Communication Unit (UKK)
Miss Suhaiza Binti Ghazali
Public Relation Officer
Tel : +604 979 8093
E-mail : suhaizaghazali@unimap.edu.my

Last Update: 21 December 2017