Located on NH213, 50 kms southeast of Kozhikode and being a one-time headquarters of British troops, Mallappuram is replete with colonial history.
Malappuram is a hill-town famous for its Juma Masjid and temples. Malappuram Juma Masjid is one of the oldest mosques in Kerala. Besides, Shanthitheeram - a riverside park the Kottakkunu - known as the marine drive of Malappuram is famous for its open-air theatre, art gallery & themed water parks.
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Scenic beauty with great views of the hills and valleys. The temples and mosques here are renowned for their extravagant festivals.
Summers can be harsh. Communicating with the locals can be a problem as not many of them speak English.
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