Kovalam Emergency Numbers



Kovalam emergency numbers include a list of the essential telephonic addresses of the important centers of the city. The emergency numbers of Kovallam comprise of the telephone numbers of the hospitals, medical stores, money exchange office, tourist information centers and other important offices that may be of assistance to the tourists and the citizens of the city.

The hub of the city is near the bus stop where most of the government and the private offices are located. The money exchange office is located near the bus stop from where the international tourists may easily exchange the foreign currency for the Indian Rupee. The Upasana Hospital is one of the premier hospitals of the city which is well equipped with all the medical facilities required by the specialized doctors for diagnostic and therapeutic purposes.

The ready at hand numbers provided in the list of Kovalam emergency numbers is of great aid to the traveler and the residents of the city.

Following are the emergency numbers of Kovalam:

Upasana Hospital
Kovalam
Phone: 2480632

Kovalam Medicals
Phone: 2480911


Phroze Framroze & Co. Pvt. Ltd., (Money Exchange Office)
Near Kovalam Bus Station
Phone: 2487450

Post Office
Kovalam Junction
Phone: 2481330

BSNL
Kovalam Junction
Phone: 2451860

Tourist Facilitation Centre
Kovalam
Phone: +91-471 2480085

Kovalam Police Station
Phone : 0471-2480255

Tourist Information Center
Phone: 91-471-480085



Last Updated on 9/15/2011



     


     

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