Top Tourist Attractions in Malappuram
Malappuram is a city in Kerala, India, that covers a total area of 58.20 km2. Malappuram, the district’s administrative centre, was established in 1970 as the district’s first municipality. The city has a population density of 1,742 people per square kilometre, divided into 40 electoral wards.
Four taluks (Eranad, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, and Ponnani), four towns, fourteen developmental blocks, and 100 panchayats make up Malappuram’s new district. Tirur Taluk and Eranad Taluk were then combined to form three new taluks: Tirurangadi, Nilambur, and Kondotty.
Best Places to Visit in Malappuram
- Thunjan parambu
- Kozhippara waterfalls
Best Time to Visit Malappuram
How to Reach Malappuram
Malappuram is connected to other major Indian cities as well as many cities in the Gulf, a traditional commercial partner of the region, by an international airport in Karipur (Calicut Airport), 26 kilometres away.
Address: Calicut Airport P.O, Padinharathara, Malappuram district, Karipur, Kerala 673647
The line goes through numerous towns in the Malappuram district, including Tirur, Tanur, Kuttippuram, Parappanangadi, and others, all of which are well connected to cities in the north thanks to the newly established Konkan Railway. The district is also accessible by road from Kozhikode (50 km) and Palakkad (50 km) (90 Km).
An good road network connects Malappuram to all of Kerala’s, Karnataka’s, and Tamil Nadu’s main cities.
Road Distance from Kozhikode is 50Kms and From Palakkad is 90 Kms.