Tourist Place in Malappuram

  • Flora Fantasia Amusement Park


    Flora Fantasia Amusement Park is built for kids, family etc. The 13.5-acre theme park offers more than 40 rides, shows and attractions, restaurants, shopping and all geared to families with children, The Flora Fantasia Park and Resorts is located on 13.5 acres Moorkanad Village near Valanchery,Malappuram, Kerala.

    Flora Fantasia is having an excellent infrastructure that any water theme park can foresee. Roads, Walkways, Ramps and staircases are provided with...

  • Teak Museum, Nilambur


    If you are a nature enthusiast who is desperately pouring your head over volumes to get your much-needed information on Teak, the wonder tree, then the world famous Teak Museum at Nilambur is just the perfect place for you to be in. Here, you can satisfy yourself with loads of information on this magical bounty of nature.

    The well-known Teak Museum is located at Nilambur in the Malappuram district of Kerala. Regarded as the first of its kind in the...

  • Adyanpara Falls


    Located in the Kurumbalangode village of Nilambur taluk in Malappuram district, Adyanpara is famous for its waterfalls and the splendor of the wooded jungle surrounding it. This cascade is a spectacle of unrivalled grandeur. The wild beauty of Adyanpara comprising the waterfalls and the splendour of its lush surrounding jungles is a rare treat for the eyes and heart of the travellers.

    Nestled in the land of perennial springs and lush green mountains, Adyanpara, the cascading...

  • Thirumandhamkunnu Temple

    Details & History


    Thirumandhamkunnu Bhagavthy temple is one of the ancient and famous Mahakshethras of Kerala. This shrine which is the foremost in the Bhadrakali temples. This Temple is located at Angadippuram in Malappuram district. The temple stands prominently on the top of a hillock with an attractive look and majestic apperearance.The scenic beauty, the bliss of solitude and mental pease imparted by this place will ever be in the mind of a devotee who had at least...

  • Nedumkayam Rainforest


    Located about 15 km from Nilambur in Malappuram is the Nedumkayam Rainforest. This is one of the beautiful and dense forest in Kerala with a splendid variety of flora and fauna. An integral part of Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve, this area is ideal for trekking.

    Situated on the banks of Chaliyar River, Nilambur is noted for tribal settlements, vast rainforests, waterfalls and extensive plantations of teakwood.

    Nedumkayam Overview


  • Tirunavaya Temple


    In pasurams of Tirumangaialwar and Nammalwar, Thirunavaya is refered as Thirunavai, Lord Vishnu as Sree Nava Mukunda Perumal and Thayar (Mahalakshmi) as Malar Mangai Naachiyaar or Sirudevi.

    Thiruvanaya Navamukunda Temple, near Ponnani in Malappuram district is situated on the banks of the river Bharathapuzha. Thirunavaya was once the capital of Perumpadapu Swaroopam. It is indeed the cradle of culture in northern Kerala. Holding immense historical importance, this is the...

  • Kottakkunnu


    Kottakkunnu, located near the district collectorate in Malappuram, here one can see traces of an old fort at the crest of the Cantonment Hill. The fort was the first to be built by the Zamorins of Kozhikode.

    The Municipality of Malappuram City has started Kottakkunnu Amusement park - a water theme park in the valley of Kottakunnu. Visitors are allowed up to 9 p.m.

    Nearby are the Vettakkorumakan Temple and the Siva Temple with the famous murals of Malabar.

  • Calicut University Botanical Garden


    Established in 1971 in the lush green panoramic, undulating, lateritic hummocky land of the Calicut University Campus, the Calicut University Botanical Garden (CUBG),founded by Prof. (Dr.) B.K. Nayar, the then Head of the Department of Botony , has developed into an excellent centre of biodiversity and ex-situ conservation of tropical Indian flora and exotic species.The Garden, inaugurated in 1972 by Prof. R. E. Holttum, thethen Director, Singapore Botanical Garden.

    In 1985 the...

  • New Amarambalam Wildlife Sanctuary


    The district would soon get its first wildlife sanctuary as the government is likely to declare the new Amarambalam reserve forest area as a wildlife sanctuary within a month. The draft notification submitted by the divisional forest officer of Nilambur south regarding this is in the final stage of processing. The 265- sq. km protected area which has high rainfall and thick forest cover is a buffer zone of the Silent Valley National Park and lies near the Nilgiri biosphere reserve in Tamil...

  • Nilayoram Park


    Bharathapuzha, famed as the Nila, is a spectacular heritage river in God’s own Country. Originating in the Anaimalai Hills in the Western Ghats in Tamil Nadu, the word ‘Nila’ clearly describes the culture and heritage of the region.
    Nilayoram means on the banks of the Nila and the park is a convenient spot to rest, relax and recreate especially during the mornings and evenings.

    Nila is one of the top tourist icons in the State because of its gigantic potential for...

  • Arya Vaidya Sala Museum


    Vaidyaratnam P.S. Varier Museum was established in 2002 as part of the centenary celebrations of Arya Vaidya Sala, Kottakkal.The Museum preserves the personalia of Vaidyaratnam P.S. Varier and marks the important milestones in the history of Arya Vaidya Sala. It documents the process of renaissance movements in the field of Ayurveda and epitomizes the history of Ayurveda in the late nineteenth and twentieth centuries.The heritage building that houses the museum was constructed in 1924 to...



    Narayanathu branthan Temple. Naranath Branthan (The madman of Naranam) is a character in Malayalam folklore. He was considered to be a divine person, a Mukhta who pretended to be mad. His chief activity consisted of rolling a big stone up a hill and then letting it fall back down. Unlike Sisyphus, he acted on his own volition rather than under the influence of a curse. There is a large statue of Naranath in Palakkad district of Kerala where he is believed to have lived.

  • Jain Temple


    The Jain influence in the culture and life of Sultan Bathery is very obvious and the history of Jain migration to the region starts from 12th century. In the 16th century too there was a major migration of the Jain community to the region and they came here mainly as traders, managing the cash crops. Now there are only a few Jain families which remain here and they belong to the Digambar sect, locally known as Gowdas.

    The legacy of the earlier Jain settlers is revealed through...

  • Kadampuzha Bhagavathi Temple


    The origin of Kadampuzha Temple is associated with the Mahabharatha, the ancient Indian myth, considered to be the greatest story ever told. However the temple as such was founded by Shree Shankaracharya and the month he consecrated Kadampuzha Temple, the day of Karthika in the month of Virshchikam (November – December) is the considered the most auspicious day and is celebrated as the festival day.
    Shree Shankaracharya, during his Deshadanam, a pilgrimage to...

  • Tirurangadi


    Tirurangadi is a municipal and census town in Malapuram district of Kerala, South India. It is a historical town which is famed for its active participation in the freedom struggle, especially those dating back to 1920s. It is a Municipality and a taluk. It is located 25 km west of Malappuram, the district headquarters, 30 km south of Calicut and 140 km north of Ernakulam.

  • Alathiyur Hanuman Temple


    Alathiyur Hanuman Temple is located in Alathiyur, near Tirur, Malappuram district in the state of Kerala, India. The temple is dedicated to Lord Sree Rama, his brother Bharatha and Lord Hanuman. According to the history, the temple is very ancient and the deity of Hanuman present in the temple is installed 3000 years ago by Sage Vasishtha, one of the Saptarishis, the seven great sages of Hindu Mythology.

    The Alathiyur Hanuman Temple is extremely beloved to its devotees for very...