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Palakkad Tourist Attractions

Malampuzha Garden PalakkadYou will find a number of tourist attractions in Palakkad and these places are definitely worth the visit. Once here, you wouldn't be left wondering as to what to see in Palakkad when you go one Palakkad sight seeing tours. This place has many temples, forts, etc. that have historical significance and are worth checking out. So read on further and know about tour to Palakkad tourist attractions.

Chittur Gurumadam
This place is a memorial of the author of Adhyatma Ramayana, Thunchath Ezhuthachan. He is said to have spent his last days over here. Among the exhibits, one can find his wooden slippers, old manuscripts and the idols worshipped by him.

Kalpathy Temple
This temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva and is famous for the annual chariot festival. The festival at this Vishwanatha temple lasts around 7 days.

Kunchan Smarakam
This place is not a usual monument, but a memorial of the famous poet Kunchan Nambiar. Every year on the 5th of May, the birthday of the great inventor of satirical art is celebrated with much joy and fervor.

Located on the lower hills of the Western Ghats, Malampuzha is a beautiful and popular picnic spot, which consists of a dam and manicured gardens.

Palakkad Fort
Regarded as one of the best preserved forts in Kerala, this fort was built in 1790 by Haider Ali. The British took over the fort and renovated it.

Pattambi Nercha
This famous mosque of Kerala is situated at a distance of 61 kilometers from Palakkad. The annual feast of Pattambi mosque falls in the month of February and one witnesses a grand spectacle of 80 beautifully decorated tuskers lined up for the occasion.