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Like any other district of Kerala, Malappuram is a treasure house of aesthetic beauty. There are beaches, rivers, waterfalls, backwater destinations, hills, valleys, plantations and not to forget a famous bird sanctuary to bind you with their charm. Once there, you will not feel like coming back. Moreover, these beauties of nature will help you forget the stressful life that you have been leading continuously. So, walk on the sands and the let the exhaustion quietly flow away with the rushing water or gaze at the water falling from a great height with a thundering sound and feel the tranquility it still manages to give you.Yes, a thunderous silence indeed!

However, it is not just the natural beauty that will captivate your attention since there are a number of manmade attractions as well worth visiting in Malappuram. These manmade attractions are reflective of the region’s historical and cultural wealth. There are temples, mosques and art centres that very elegantly put before you the past of the region and also give you ample indication of what the future will be like.

The people of Malappuram, like the rest of the Keralese, are extremely cordial and treat their guests with much respect, warmth and hospitality. And, as for eating out in Malappuram is concerned, do not go expecting big restaurants, but definitely expect some delicious food. The number of small restaurants offering naadan food delicacies and the eating joints in the region will leave you elated.

Kottakkunnu is a very beautiful Tourist location in Malappuram district, Kerala.At Kottakkunnu one can see traces of the first fort built by the Zamorins of Kozhikode. This scenic table-top location is located at the crest of the Cantonment Hill near the district collectorate. The Vettakkorumakan Temple and the Siva Temple with the famous murals of Malabar are nearby attractions.

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