Weekend Trip to Malappuram, Kerala
- Scenic Beauty and Temples
Summer 22 to 40°C
Winter 15 to 30°C
Distance / Traveling Time
From Bangalore: 335 kilometers / 6 h ,56 m
Best Time To Visit
A picturesque town sprinkled with small hills, lush greens and gushing fresh water streams, Malappuram was once the headquarters of the British troops. The main attraction of this region is the famous Kadalundipuzha River which flows around the city. The hill town is quite famous as religiously harmonious town featuring centers for Hindu and Islamic learning. The city is divided into two parts- Uphill and Downhill. While Uphill houses government offices and commercial establishments, the Downhill has the main market of the region. Some popular places to visit in Malappuram are Juma Masjid, Shanthitheeram and Kottakkunnu.
How to Reach Malappuram
Angadipuram is the nearest railway station to Malappuram. It is located around 17 kilometers away from the place. The railway station is linked to all major cities in India such as Delhi, Bangalore, Chennai and Mumbai.
The nearest airport is located at Karipur near Kozhikode. It is located around 25 kilometers from Malappuram. It is linked all major airports in India. Taxi cabs ply between Karipur and Malappuram.
The National Highway 209 and Bangalore-Mysore Road connect Bangalore and Malappuram. The journey via road from Bangalore to Malappuram will take around 7 hours. KRSTC buses ply between Kozhikode and Malappuram. The buses are available from the main bus terminal at Kozhikode.