Mallapuram is one of the northern districts ofKeralain South India, in fact between the hills the Nilgiri Hills in the east are surrounded by the Arabian Sea in the west and Thrissur and Palakkad districts in the south. Mallapuram has many exotic seashores, tranquil backwaters, hills and valleys. The mosque is famous for its extraordinary festivals. Come on a Mallapuram Yatra and you will have a memorable experience of exploring this historic hill station.
Tourist Attraction in Mallpuram
Malappuram has some famous tourist attractions, which you can see during Malappuram Yatra, this place of great historical importance is the site of Thirunavaya Bariksh Sarvodaya Mela. Known for its dense forests, Nedumkayam offers scenes of breathing of herds of elephants and deer from wooden resting planets built during the British period. Kottakkal is famous for its Ayurvedic treatment, Arya Vaidya Sala and its medicinal herb garden and another attraction is the Venkatatheva Temple, which is famous for its panoramic mural.
This coastal city is known as a major fishing center from earlier days. It is also famous for the ancient Muslim mosque. Nearby is the Bayam Kayal, where the boat race is organized during the Onam Festival. This is the birthplace of Thunjath Ramanujan Ezhuthachan. Father of modern Malayalam literature. A great literary event Thujan Utsav is organized during the last week of December, where young poets gather to present their first poem to Thujan. With a unique species of flora and fauna, the Kadalundi PujhaRiverflows between high mountains and untouched ghats, giving a pleasant feeling.
Why Go To Malappuram
Many exotic seashore quiet backwaters, hills and valleys, dense forests |
Best time to visit Malappuram
The hilly terrain of this place experiences a moderate climate throughout the year| But the best time to visit is the monsoon-cute winter with the Bursha from September to March| And after that the temperature comes down to ten degrees|