10 Best Places To Visit In Malappuram

1. Thirumandhamkunnu Temple
 Thirumandhamkunnu Temple

Stagnant on the hillock of Angadipuram, with a majestic style of appearance, the thirumandhamkunnu temple is one of the famous and ancient Mahakshetras of Kerala. the beauty of the temple itself makes our heart and mind out of solitude and brings inner peace. The temple has a legendary history which is being celebrated as an 11 day-long festival in the month of March and April known as pooram. The principal deity of the temple is lord shiva and the great stories and beliefs of the place.

2. Pazhayangadi Mosque

The 500 year old mosque ,designed with a similar architectural style of mughal, display carvings on the all over structure associated with the history of their most prominent saints . It is one of the top tourist places of malappuram till date.

3. Keralmkundu Waterfalls
Keralmkundu Waterfalls

It is another fresh experience to get yourself soaked in the pond of fresh Keralamkundu waterfalls . The place is always remains in the hearts of people even thinking about the water and the wonderful surroundings around the waterfall.the waterfalls has always been one of the best places to visit in Malappuram district. It is also said that the water has some medicinal properties.the water flows from western ghats forming a crystal clear water flowing in the base if the waterfalls.

4. Kodikuthimala

With its chilled climate and similarities to the town of ooty, kodikuthimala is one of the top spot tourist attractions of Malappuram. This is one of the most beautiful places in Malappuram. The place is roosted on a height of 522m above sea level and the highest point of Amminikkadan hills. It is the spot where ones the Britishers hoisted there flags during the colonial period.

5. Padinharekera Beach
Padinharekera Beach

Beaches have always been a scenic place where every tourist spend their moments with their loved ones. Padinharekara beach is one of the tourist spots that people want to visit most frequently. You can have a mesmerizing view of two rivers Bharathapuzha and Tirupuzha merging with Arabian sea. It is one of the best places to visit in Malappuram.

6. Valiya Juma Masjid

Valiya Juma Masjid

It is one of the oldest mosques which an important pilgrimage site till date. There are few catacombs of their saints in the region of the mosque . The place is mostly visited at the time of multi day celebration of the mosque.

7. Shanthitheeram

Shanthitheeram, one of the famous places to visit in Malappuran and to hangout with your dear ones. This is one of the most beautiful places in Malappuram. The park has a number of activities to offer and one of them is boating where the locals and tourists never drops the idea to go for it. You can also take up off road ATV and discover many more services in Shanthitheeram.

8. Nilambur Kovilakam

The popular deity of the local community and the royal residence of Nilambers, the temple celebrates a six-day festival called Nilambar Pattu Ulsavam by singing hymns in praise of lord shiva. It is held every year in the month of January also called Dhanu. The beauty of the temple is what catches the eyes and hearts of many tourists across the world. In the section of the fort is where the ruling family, Nilambars, resides.

9. Bharathapuzha River
 Bharathapuzha River

Also known as River Nilsa that provides shelter to 11 reservoirs with Malampuzha dam, it is the second longest river in Kerala. The river has been an integral part of the Malabar district and a sacred river for Hindus as there are mentions of the river in the ancient scriptures. This is one of the few rivers in Kerala with a spiritual and cultural significance for people, especially the famous cultural house of the state Kalamandalam is situated on the banks of the river.

10. Arimbra Hills
Arimbra Hills

Visiting the Arimbra Hills might be one of the best things to do in Malappuram as it is known as “Mini Ooty” and a perfect getaway for nature lovers who love exploring impeccable places. It is located at an altitude of nearly 1,050 feet above the sea level and is known for offering spellbinding views of the surrounding valleys. The place is home to a few popular Jain temples that lure travelers from near and far.

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