Malappuram is one of the 14 districts of Kerala that have contributed to the cultural heritage of the state. Surrounded by natural beauty, this beautiful district is a very good destination for travelling, where forests, mountains, rivers, beaches, and waterfalls are all present.

Visiting such places is even more fun during the rainy season, so definitely include Malappuram in Kerala in your destination list this July.


Nedumakayam Rainforest, located 15 km from Nilambur in Kerala, is a very beautiful place, which encompasses the beautiful forms of nature. Nedumkayam Rainforest is very famous for its greenery. Here you can do adventure activities like trekking, wildlife, nature walk, river and nature photography. But remember one thing that the best time to visit Nedumkayam is from June to January, as it is closed from February to April.

Pedinjarekkara Beach

Pedinjarekkara Beach is at a distance of 24 km from Kuttippuram Railway Station. The view of this beach is so beautiful that it cannot be described in words. It is situated at a distance of 45 kms from Malappuram headquarters. People come here to see migratory birds and take a sea tour by speed boats and water scooters.

PalurKotta Waterfall

A place where there is a green forest everywhere and a waterfall flowing through it. Who wouldn't want to see such a sight? One such beautiful view is of PalurKotta Waterfall. This waterfall is in Kadungapuram village of Malappuram district. In monsoon, since the rain is visible only greenery all around, then the view here becomes even more picturesque. If you also want to be close to nature and want to spend holidays in a calm environment, then definitely go here.

Tirumandhyamkunnu Temple

Thirumandhyamkunnu Temple, one of the ancient temples of Kerala, is located at Angadapuram in Malappuram district. Situated on the top of the hill, this temple encapsulates the natural scenery around it in such a way that every person who comes here finds himself mesmerized. This temple is famous for the worship of Goddess Mahakali. Its opening hours are from 4 am to 12 noon and evening worship time is from 4 to 8 pm.

Pazhayangdi Mosque

One of the famous places in Kerala, Pazhayangadi Masjid is located in Kondoti. This mosque is centuries old and is designed in the traditional Mughal architectural style. It is also known as Kondoti.

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