Angamaly is among the fastest growing towns in the Ernakulam District of Kerala. Renowned for its natural beauty, historical as well as mythological significance, the destination is counted among the prominent tourist attractions. The town serves as an entry point to Kalady, Malayattoor, Manjapra, Kothamangalam and many other adjoining destinations.
Chendamangalam is one of the popular sites that allure nature lovers for its surroundings that are bounded by three rivers, seven inlets, various hillocks and green fields. Tourists visiting the destination can also head towards Perumbavoor, which is famous for various shrines of Hindu, Muslim and Christianity faiths.
The Iringole Forest Temple, located in the thick rain forests, is frequently visited by pilgrims as well as tourists due to its mythological significance. It is believed that at this site, Kamsa tried to kill the girl, an incarnation of Goddess Maya, who turned into lightening. Besides, Kuzhipillykavu Jaladurga Temple, Vamanamoorthy Temple and Aluva Mahadeva Temple are some of the prominent temples located in the vicinity of the destination.
Sri Adi Sankara Keerthi Sthamba Mandapam, often called as tower of victory, is another notable attraction in the destination. Tourists can also visit Sri Ramakrishna Advaita Ashram, which was established with an aim of encouraging participation in various issues and debates for the betterment of society.
Tourists can also visit Sringeri Mutt Complex, which is renowned for conducting numerous Vedic courses. Malayattoor Church, Makka Masjid, St. Mary's Church, Thaqwa Masjid and Elephant Rescue and Care Centre are some of other attractions located in the vicinity of the destination.