Sungai Sedim Recreational Forest
Sungai Sedim Recreational Forest is within Gunung Inas Permanent Forest Reserve of Lowland Dipterocarp Forest with valuable timber trees such as Meranti seraya, Meranti tembaga, Meranti melantai, Terap, Kulim, Bintangor and Keledang. Renowned for the cascading Sedim River and rich wildlife, it is also known to be a picnic spot of Kedah’s royalty. Sedim River has about 15 km of natural white-water suitable for rafting activities. It is also the starting point to the numerous hiking trails to Gunung Inas, Gunung Bintang and the Bintang range. read more
Landmark Central Shopping Centre
Kulim Landmark Central is the largest shopping mall in Kulim, it also refer as first shopping mall in Kulim. A stylish 3-storey shopping mall strategically located in between Kulim old town center and Kulim new town center. Your one-stop, one-shop venue for great shopping, dining and entertainment experience. It's All in the Central! read more
Kulim Hi-Tech Park
The Kulim Hi-Tech Park (KHTP) which was officially opened in 1996 is the first high technology industrial park in Malaysia. The Park is situated in Kulim, Kedah Darul Aman, in the north-west of Peninsular Malaysia and comprises total land area of approximately 1,700 hectares (approximately 4,000 acres).
As Malaysia's first and fully integrated high-tech park, KHTP incorporates the following functions - industrial, research & development facilities, amenities, medical and educational institutions and recreational facilities into 6 dedicated zones covering the Park's 1450 hectares. read more
Kulim Golf & Country Resort
Kulim Golf & Country Resort is already home to the most successful entrepreneurs, both local and expatriates. Reward your hard-earned success by owning the most exquisite property which encompasses all good things in life you could only dream of. Fresh country air, carefree lifestyle, healthy pursuits, tranquil environs and guarded by a sense of security. read more
Kulim Pasar Malam
Nightlife in Kulim starts from the simple "pasar malam" which is held every Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Pasar malam is actually 'night market' if translated to English. This is where all the Malay, Chinese and Indians gather and open up their stall in one long stretch alongside the road. You may find varieties of food, clothing, and almost anything you can think of around here.
This pasar malam is held from 7.00pm till 10.30pm at night.