Malampuzha City Map


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The town of Malampuzha, in Palakkad district, Kerala is so named because it stands on the banks of the river by the same name. River Malampuzha, a tributary of Bharathappuzha has played a key role in the growth of the city into a vale of lavish beauty and inspiriting greenery. The residents of this region have not only preserved and protected but enhanced and enriched it by building plush gardens and parks.

Connectivity:
As it is located in the district of Palakkad, Malampuza is easily accessible from the rest of the state and indeed the entire country.

Air Routes: Malampuza may be easily reached by air through the airport at Coimbatore approximately 55 km away. Other airports near this tourist destination are Cochin Airport (160 km) and Trivandrum International Airport (382 km).

Railways: Palakkad city (5 km away) is a major junction in the Southern Railways network and is only 5 km away from Malampuzha. Thus comfortable rail accessibility to the city is ensured.

Roadways: Malamuzha connects to the rest of the state and adjoining Tamil Nadu through the excellent network of roadways that converge at Palakkad. Comfortable KSRTC buses ply to Thrissur, Guruvayoor, Cochin, Calicut, Kottayam and Trivandrum. In addition, Tamil Nadu State Tourism buses and Thiruvalluvar Transport Corporation's buses connect the city with Chennai, Ootty,Madurai, Trichy, Palani and Pollachi.

Palces Of Interest In Malampuzha:
The Malampuzha Garden: The Malampuzha garden is the main attraction of the city. The confines of this garden are not limited to its serene lush green lawns, the majestic mountains and the tranquil waters. A number of amusement centers have been built within the premises of the Malapuzha garden, which has been likened to the Vrindavan gardens of Mysore. Some of these amusement centers are-
  • The Reservoir & The Garden House offers the tourists boating and swimming services. A number of boats such as Pedalboats, rowboats, water scooters and motorboats are on hire. The swimming pool however remains closed on Tuesdays. This reservoir causes great excitement among the children and among those who wish to experience the serenity of floating on the cool waters.
  • Aquarium & Snake Park are also locate din the premises.
  • The Road Train is a toy train that runs on the Road with inflatable wheels. The children love hopping off and clambering back on to such a moving train.
  • The Japanese Garden
  • The Passenger Ropeway is the cable tramway or aerial tramway service and it's the first of its kind in entire south India
  • The Telescopic Tower is a tower with a powerful telescope that provides terrestrial view upto a radius of 40 miles.
  • The Thread Garden is built next to the fantasy park and is an amazing collection of human and plant statuettes made only of colored embroidery threads with the help of needle or any other devices.
  • The Fantasy Park is a children's amusement ark and belongs to the same genre as Appu Ghar of Delhi and Essel World of Bombay. Besides enthralling rides such as water carousel, striking car, boat rides, dragon coaster and tora tora, the park has an ice cream joint and a clean, hygienic eatery.
  • The Sculpture Of Yakshi is a celebrated cement sculpture made by the noted artist and Raja Ravi Varma Puraskaram awardee Kanai Kunhiraman.
  • The Rock Garden , built by Padmashree Nek Chand of Chandigarh Rock Garden fame, from waste and scrap materials such as glass bangles, ceramic, wooden and cement tiles, plastic cans and tins is an awe inspiring testament to the architect's creative genius.
Attraction:
The Festival season at Malampuzha is during the winter months Thus, the tourist season lasts from November to May. The many Festivals such as Kalpathi Ratholsavam, Vela at Manappulli Kavu, Nenmara Vallengy Vela and the Konganpada of Chittur attract thousands o tourists from all across the state, India and from the entire world. As is the practice in Kerala these are all temple Festivals and are celebrated amidst a lot of cheer and gaiety. The spirit is upbeat and colorful song dance performances mark these events. The natural beauty of Malampuzha is its most important tourist attraction. Combined with the man-made marvels of this city, the natural splendor makes this city a prime tourist center.


Last Updated on : 23/07/2013





     


     

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