Malappuram Tourism

Malappuram is famous for

Malappuram video reviews

Koottayi Beach  Video Reviewvideo play

Koottayi Beach

Padinharekara Beach  Video Reviewvideo play

Padinharekara Beach

I am heading to Malappuram

Review and ratings (6)

Read 6 destination reviews with average rating of 3.9/5, out of 551 Malappuram reviews


2 reviewsPosted 8 months ago

Malappuram I one of the beauttyful place of Kerala

In Malappuram Nilambur is most popular known as the land of teak plantations, is a famous town in Malappuram district. The place is noted for its vast expanse of forest along with its varied wildlife habitats, rivers and waterfalls. It is situated close to the Nilgiri range of the Western Ghats on the banks of the Chaliyar River. Considered to be the oldest in the world, the teak plantation here obtained its name after H. V. Conolly, the Malabar district collector during the British rule. He was instrumental in planting teak in the entire Nilambur area. Chathu Menon, a forest officer under Conolly, organised the hectic task of planting the saplings. Chathu Menon was laid to rest in the teak garden in Conolly's Plot.

Read More

Gopal krushna tripathy

Gopal krushna tripathyratingratingratingratingratingrating4.3/5

3 reviewsPosted 4 years ago

Lush green natural ambiance at Malappuram

The city is famous for Herbal therapy at an affordable cost. The entire system of transportation, accommodation, shopping etc are transparent. The people are very friendly and cooperative. Very faint chance of getting cheated. Climate is very pleasant here, not too hot not too chilly. The Calicut beach is a worthy place to visit. There are many restaurants offering Arabic cuisine. You can try out the food, if you are a foodie!

Read More

Malappuram Gurus

The coveted 'Guru' status is reserved for travellers contributing maximum reviews and photos for Malappuram on HolidayIQ. Add Malappuram reviews and photos and you might see your name here!