Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Naukuchiatal - The Lake of Nine Corners in Uttaranchal

Naukuchiatal or the lake of nine corners in Uttaranchal is surrounded by green slopes and oak forests. This isolated lake is about 3, 996 ft above sea level. This is the deepest lake in the lake district of Nainital. Cradled by green mountains, this murky blue lake is fed by an underwater spring, which keeps its waters high.

People of Uttaranchal believe that one can attain NIRVANA, if they watch the nine corners of the lake from a single point. In fact, this is the best place for those kinds of people who like calm, out of touch, non-commercialized place. Your holidays begin when you see the flickering waters of this lake waiting to be explored by land, sea and air.


By Road
From Delhi, you can reach in Naukuchiatal within 8 hours. Naukuchiatal is about 300 km from delhi, 26 kms from Nainital, 97 kms from Binsar, 330 km from Dehradun and 4 km from Bhimtal.

By Rail
The nearest rail station is Kathgodam. It is about 30 kms away from Naukuchiatal.

By Air
Delhi is the nearest airport. The airport is 320 kms away from this place.


1. Mata Vaishno Devi Temple
We can see an enormous statue of Hanuman within the Mata Vaishno Devi temple. There is an artificial tunnel in the temple. This temple is right at the entrance to Naukuchiatal.

2. Boating
Boats are available in all shapes and showy colours. Consult a boatman, who can take you out or let you row yourself.

3. Trekking and Hiking
Outdoor activities like trekking and hiking are an exciting option for the more adventurous souls. Make sure that you carry your trekking shoes and hiking equipment along.

3. Paragliding at Pandegaon
This is an adventure sport. Pandegaon, only 4 kms from The Lake Resort is the 'take off" point for Paragliding in Naukuchiatal. Well trained pilots are there and they will explain you how to fly alone over the beautiful skies of Naukuchiatal. People have turned their ankles or hurt their bank while landing. So think twice before you take a decision. If you do not feel confidence, do not hesitate to cancel your ride.

4. Fishing
You need a fishing permit in Naukuchiatal. Mahaseer Fish, the greatest game fish of India, is very common in the region. Take a rod in your hand and start to catch the fishes. Please follow the ‘catch and release’ method.

5. Pet Vacation in Naukuchiatal
The lake resort in Naukuchiatal allows you to keep your pets also with you inside the room and you need to arrange food and other necessities to your pet. If you say in advance, the resort certainly will arrange home cooked food for your pet.

6. Swimming
Naukuchiatal is pretty deep and an extraordinary arena for showing off your talent in the water. This is a better place to swim. But, don’t swim too far out because the tourists who ride boats in the lake are not well experts and they may not be able to steer away from you in time. So, stay close to the water’s edge, where you can float slothfully under branches that hang over the water, and enjoy extra special views of birds and their nests.

7. Horse Riding
Naukuchiatal offers some challenging trials to those who are proficient in horse riding in order to groom their skills. But here, a beginner can also make a move to enjoy horse riding without any commotion.

8. Nature Walks
Naukuchiatal is a very beautiful place for nature walks where your silence and peace of mind never get disturbed. The 3.5 km nature walk in Naukuchiatal is interesting and you are guaranteed an enjoyable morning. So don’t loose this golden opportunity -meet other likeminded people, discover something about yourself and reach new goals!

Popular Hotels & Resorts In Naukuchiatal:-

1. Lake Resort
This is a luxuries resort situated right at the bank of the river. Most of the rooms in the resort give you a good view of the lake. The resort is well maintained with a decent service. You can order food according to your choice. It is a home away from home. The green lawns around it give the resort a good look. The resort also has indoor recreational facilities like caroms, table tennis etc.

2. Déjà vu
Déjà vu is a small cottage in the hills which has two bed rooms and a drawing cum lounge. This hotel provides sight seeing packages to the tourists. It is a very peaceful cottage and an ideal holiday home open for the fellow travelers.

3. KMVN Parichari Resort
This resort is near to the Lake Resort. It is a State Tourism Guest House. The rooms in the resort are somewhat ok and this is a less people silent resort. Lake vies are possible from almost all the rooms of this resort.

4. The Lake Village
The hand sculpted gardens around the resort attract the tourists to the Lake Village. There is an open air plunge pool just to relax your mind, body and soul. The hotel has cottage, gazebo and a log hut. The log hut is constructed in traditional style and local materials are used for its construction. The restaurant provides Indian, Italian and Chinese dishes. This resort also has a conference hall and a recreation hall.

5. Vasudha Resort
It is a small guest house and it is suit for backpackers.

6. Hotel Manoram
Hotel Manoram has 6 deluxe rooms with attached bathroom, , 6 bamboo huts and some tents. There is colour TV and intercom in all the rooms. The restaurant serves most delicious and tasty food to you. It is the best hotel for those who want peace and tranquility.

7. Club Mahindra Dancing Waters Resort

The resort is fitted with the modern amenities and offers the best comfortable stay in the midst of green mountains. This resort has facilities like TV with satellite channels, safe deposit lockers, telephone with direct dialing, AC with heating system, tea and coffee maker, 24 hours hot and cold water etc.

Important Place Around Naukuchiatal

1. Bhimtal
Bhimtal is a beautiful lake which offers glorious vistas for tourists.

2. Nainital
Nainital is head quarter of Nainital District. Nainital is known as the’ lake district of India’. The most prominent of the lakes is Naini Lake ringed by hills.

3. Goljue Temple
Goljue Temple is the temple of Lord Golu worshipped by hill people.

4. Binsar
The main attraction of Binsar is the grandiose view of the Himalayas.

5. Jim Corbett National Park
Jim Corbett National park is known for its varied wildlife, and as the site for the launching of Project. It is the first wildlife reserve of India.

6. Saat Tal
Saat Tal is an accumulation of seven lakes, the most picturesque lake resorts in Kumaon. Saat tal gets its name from the seven lakes in its vicinity.

7. Ranikhet
Ranikhet is the paradise of nature loving people. It offers wonderful views of the Western Himalayas. Ranikhet, the famous hill station in Almora district, is controlled by Indian Army.

8. Mukteshwar
Mukteshwar, the small hill station in Kumaon region, is surrounded by fruit orchard and thick coniferous forest. There is an old temple of Shiva on the top of a rock.

In short, Naukuchiatal is a must go place for people who enjoy a short vacation away from crowds. Get together with family and friends and create camping holidays in Naukuchiatal. It should be one of the thrilling experience in your life.

Sunday, January 17, 2010

Ooty- The Best Place To Spend Your Holiday

Ooty, the Scotland of the East, is one of the most popular destinations in India. Ooty sits at the centre point of the Nilgiri ranges, at the height of 7,440 ft. It is one of the important tourist spot of Tamil Nadu. It is known as the queen of all hill station.

Ooty is a series of piquant montages: the sun lighting up one hill even as the other beside remains shrouded in green velvet. Ooty is a very attractive hill station that is pleasant all through the year. One can visit at any time according to their choice and there is no wrong time to visit this place.
Way Up to Ooty

Reaching Ooty:-
Ooty is 301 km from Bangalore, 537 km from Chennai, 160 km from Mysore, 1 87 km from Kozhikodu, 280 km from Kochi and 90 km from Coimbatore. You can reach there by train, air or road.
Route from Bangalore: - SH17 to Bandipur via Mysore and Nanjangud.
Nearest Airport: Coimbatore.
Nearest Railhead: Mettupalayam.

Things To See And Do:-
1. The Botanical Garden
Ooty Botanical Garden attracts the tourist from all over the world. The main attraction here is the fossilized tree trunk – all of 20 million years old. A Summer Festival is held here each year in May, with a grand Flower Show taking centre-stage.

2. The Rose Garden
The rose garden is all of 10 acres, and in winter when the 1, 919 varieties of roses of all hues, pink, red orange, pale green, even black are out, a stroll in the scented garden is an unforgettable experience.
3. The Children’s Park
There is a children’s park at the eastern end of the lake. This amusement park is 3 km away on the Coonoor road and has a number of fun rides.

4. Ooty Lake
Ooty Lake is famously known as ‘Ooty Boat House’. John Sullivan, the first Collector and virtual founder of Ooty, constructed this lake in 1824. Boating is possible every day from 8 am to 6 pm.

5. Pony Ride
The pony rides near the Ooty lake view, a trip on the Nilgiri Mountain Express and a visit to the Botanical Gardens are also guaranteed to delight.

6. Toy Train
The toy train with blue and cream colour with steam engine is very popular among tourist people. The ‘Nilgiris toy train' connect Ooty to Mettupalayam, at the foot of the Nilgiris.

7. Lamb’s Rock
It is a perfect picnic spot and anyone is sure to thoroughly enjoy a day's outing in Lamb's Rock in Ooty. It offers enchanting views of the plains of Coimbatore and the tea estates.

8. St. Stephen’s Church
St. Stephen’s Church built in 1829, is the oldest church in the Nilgiris. Its huge wooden beams came from the palace of Tipu Sultan and the cemetery contains the graves of many old-timers, both British and Indian.

9. Kandal Church
The Kandal Church actually houses a relic of the true cross on which Christ was crucified. Special Novena Prayers and Holy Masses are offered every Friday at this shrine and its feast is held on May 3rd.

10. Dodda Betta
Dodda Betta is one of the highest peaks in south India, located at a distance of 10 km from Ooty. Dodda Betta commands the juncture of the Western and Eastern Ghats, offering unmatched vistas of the Nilgiris. It offers an unbelievable beautiful view of the surrounding topography.

11. Wenlock Downs
Wenlock Downs, the most popular picnic spot, is a vast expanse of undulating landscape which used to be the ground for the Ooty hunt; now a great walk along grassy knolls and quiet roads.

12. Ninth Mile and Sandy Nallah
These are the two popular spot for film shoots in Ooty.

The Toda tribes of the Nilgiris weave shawls and runners in the distinctive colours of red, black and white, sold in the shops at Charing Cross in Ooty, as is silver jewellery, which ironically, the Todas adorn their buffaloes with.
Ooty is famous for its tea, aromatic oils and essences, and spices. Hand-made chocolates in every flavor can be found in every other shop on Ooty’s commercial road. Try the unpretentious ‘King Star’ on commercial road which stocks a variety of chocolates and fudge.
The Big Shop on commercial road is the haunt of those who like to collect jewellery and artifacts of unusual design. Their in-house jewelers replicate the traditional Toda silver jewellery in gold.
The Tamil Nadu State Handicraft Centre, Pumpoohar on commercial road, is another place where you can pick up handicrafts.

Important Places around Ooty:-
1. Pykara River
It is located about 21 km from Ooty on the Ooty-Mysore road. This blue lake is surrounded by dense shoals, Toda settlements and shallow downs. There is a TTDC boathouse and restaurant at Pykara.

2. Mudumalai Wildlife Sanctuary
Mudumalai, part of the Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve, has evergreen forests, grasslands, swamps and a wide variety of wildlife from elephant, gaur, tigers and panthers to deer, wild boar and monitor lizards can be found there. At night, the glow-worms provide alternate lighting. Within the sanctuary is an elephant camp called ‘Theppakkadu’, where there is a Forest Rest House.

3. Avalachi Dam
It is located at a distance of 28 km from Ooty. An exotic experience of mountain trekking is possible in this place. There is a ‘trout farm’ near the dam which is the only place in India where trout fish grows, trout fishes grow only in fresh water.

4. Glenmorgan Tea Estate
Glenmorgan Tea Estate, on the Mysore Road, is an ecologically rich spot which has a special attraction: the Electricity Board offers a winch service from Glenmorgan View Point to the Power House of Singara Tea Estate.

5. Gudalur
This coffee and pepper town is the gateway to the Nilgiris from Kerala and Karnataka, in the lower plateau of the Blue Mountains.

6. Kalhatti Water Falls
The height of the water falls is about 122 feet. It is about 13 km away from Ooty. It is the best place for people who love hiking, trekking and bird watching.

Important Hotels In Ooty:-
1. Howard Johnson Monarch
It has Coy Boy Bar and disco and lots of game for kids. It is the biggest hotel in town.
2. TTDC’s Hotel Tamil Nadu
It has rooms and cottages. Boat riding is possible here. It is a medium budget hotel.
3. Hotel Dasaprakash
It is famous for South Indian ‘Tali Meal’.
4. Holiday Inn Gem Park
It has a temperature controlled swimming pool and a health club.
5. Hotel Blue Hill International
Laundry, attached bath, travel desk, car parking, room service, restaurant etc. are the important facilities of this hotel.
6. Hotel Khems
It has a travel counter and a multi cuisine restaurant. Pony riding and spacious parking is possible here. In-house doctor is also available at any time.
7. Hotel Lakeview
There is a restaurant, conference hall and a gift shop. Horse riding is also possible.
8. Hotel Nahar Nilgiris
Facilities in this hotel are H/C running water, TV, bathtub, laundry, 24hrs room service, doctor-on-call, STD from room, travel desk etc.
9. Hotel Mayura Sudarshan
Room service, tours and taxi service are possible in this hotel.
10. Hotel Alakapuri
It is in Ettines Road. Facilities – TV, geyser, tour, restaurant.
11. Nilgiri Woodlands Hotel
This hotel has a massage centre. Other facilities are laundry, travel desk, doctor-on-call, room service and restaurant.
12. Hotel Ooty Gate
This hotel has a doctor, health club, restaurant and lockers.
13. Reflections Guest House
Facilities – hot water, dining room, laundry, travel arrangement, restaurant etc.
14. Sterling Days Inn – Fern Hill
There is a grocery shop, restaurant, gift shop and a hobby studio. There are also facilities for trekking and indoor games.
15. The Window Hill
Facilities – children’s garden, carom room, chess etc.

Are you ready to enjoy your holidays? Ooty is the best place for you. It should be a nice place to go at least once for sure. Have a happy and a safe journey!!

Friday, January 15, 2010

Malampuzha – A Beautiful Hill Station in God’s Own Country

Malampuzha is one of the main tourist spots of God’s own country, located in Palakkad district. It is in the foothills of the Western Ghats, 14 kms from Palakkad town. The place derives its name from the Malampuzha River which flows through as a tributary of Bharathapuzha, Kerala’s second longest river. Malampuzha is a major tourist attraction for its trekking trails and the large irrigation dam. Malampuzha is also considered the headquarters of the inland fishery activities of Kerala.

How to reach Malampuzha

By Bus:-
Malampuzha is well-connected to almost all the cities in Kerala and Tamil Nadu by state government public transport buses. Number of deluxe buses is available from major cities including Bangalore, Chennai, Trivandrum, Kozhikode and Cochin to Palakkad. From Bangalore, it is a comfortable drive over the Bandipur-Mudumalai Hills and the eastern face of the Western Ghats from Coimbatore.

By Train:-

Palakkad Junction, the most important junctions of the southern railways, is the nearest railway station to reach in Malampuzha. Palakkad is an important railway station which is well-connected with all cities in India. Palakkad Junction is almost 5 km away from the main city of Malampuzha.

By Air:-
Coimbatore is the nearest airport to Malampuzha which is almost 55 km away, and the taxi fair is about Rs. 1000. Cochin International Airport, which is connected with all cities in India, is the other nearest airport to reach in Malampuzha. The distance from Cochin to Malampuzha is around 160 km and the taxi fair is about Rs. 3000.

Things to see and enjoy

1. Malampuzha Dam:-
Malampuzha dam is one of the well-known dams in Kerala. The dam project was begun in the year, 1949 and ended in 1955. Malampuzha dam, the largest reservoir in Kerala, is 6,066 feet high and it crosses the Malampuzha River. The capacity of this dam is 115.06 meters and it created the largest irrigation system in Kerala with a network of canals.

2. Malampuzha Garden:-
Malampuzha garden, known as the vrindavan of Kerala, is one of the major attractions at Malampuzha. The rose garden itself is reputed to have over a hundred verities. The beauty of the river, surrounding mountains, lush green lawns, glittering pools, and water fountains attract the tourists again to this place.

3. The Reservoir and Garden House:-
The reservoir created by the dam is used as a boating destination for the tourists. The reservoir has amusement facilities. One can hire rowboats, pedal-boats, water scooters and motor-boats from 10 am to 6 pm to take you around the reservoir’s cool blue lake. There is also a fairly decent swimming pool for the people to enjoy.

4. Fantasy Park:-
Malampuzha’s Fantasy Park is the first amusement park of Kerala. It was designed by Neo Tech Amusements and Resorts Ltd. There are beautiful gardens and fountain for people to enjoy. It offers a menu of 20 rides. The largest wave pool in the park can give you some thrilling moments in your life. Zip Zap Zoop, Swing slam bob, Dragon Coaster, Oriental Express Train, Saya Trooper, and Water Merry-Go-Round, Tora Tora etc. are for adult as well as for children to try. Water Kiddy Ride, Baby Train and Battery Car are there for kid’s entertainment. Conveniently enough, there is a hygienic restaurant and ice-cream parlour in the park.

5. The Passenger Ropeway:-
The passenger ropeway, claimed to be the first and the only one in South India, will give you a clear picture of the Malampuzha gardens, the dam, the distant hills, the blue strip of the reservoir etc. from a height of 60 ft. The 20-minute ride in the sky will thrill your kids.

6. Fish Shaped Aquarium:-
The fresh water aquarium in Malampuzha is itself in the shape of a fishes .People get inside the aquarium through the wide opened mouth of the fish. The aquarium complex is artistic in architecture and is amazing in structure though only few fishes are there. The aquarium is surrounded by water with lot of fishes. We can see that fishes swim by propelling themselves in a wave-like fashion. The aquarium is opened to all visitors from 11 am to 8 pm.

7.Thread Garden:-
Thread garden in Malampuzha has been designed by Mr. Antony Joseph, using only embroidery colour threads and without the aid of needles or any special devices. Years of labour and yards of coloured embroidery thread have resulted in a rich collection of life-like replicas of plants and animals, all made of thread.

8. Snakes Park:-
Snakes Park in Malampuzha was set up in 1984 by the state government. In the park you can see a variety of vipers like rock pit viper, saw-scaled viper, hump-nosed pit viper and Russell viper. Several kinds of cobras are also there like common cobra, king cobra, spectacled cobra and monocled cobras. The rare species of snakes like the Forsten’s cat snake, the brown vine snake etc. is also in the park. Other species of snakes are krait, India rock python, wolf snake and trinket snake. Also in the park are some varieties of water snakes, crocodiles and the American green iguana.

9 .Hanging Bridge:-
Other attractions here are the beautiful hanging bridge across the river. The bridge is made up of rope. It can’t carry more than 50 people at a time. Some people are afraid to go through the bridge while some of them take it as craze.

10. Sculpture of Gigantic Yakshi:-
Another interesting feature in Malampuzha is the enormous statue of Yakshi, sculptured in concrete by Kanai Kunjiraman, Kerala’s best-known contemporary sculptor. She sits with her head flung back, hands about to tear her hair, with nary a stitch on her body. The specialty of this statue is that only one huge piece of rock is used for its construction. The Yakshi, who sits in the main part of Malampuzha Garden, attracts all the tourists mainly because of her huge naked body.

11. Rock Garden:-
Malampuzha Rock Garden is the first rock garden of South India. The garden is a master work of sculptor Padmasree Neck Chand Saini of Chandigarh. The most interesting feature of the rock garden is that the whole place of this garden is made up of unwanted and broken pieces of bangles, tiles, used plastic cans, tins and other waste materials. If you happen to visit the garden on a weekend or on a national holiday, you will find it bathed in coloured lights from 7-8 pm. On other days, if there are enough visitors, you can get the officials to turn on the lights for a fee.

12. Telescopic Tower:-
The telescopic tower in the garden with a powerful telescope provides a terrestrial view of up to 40 miles. It gives you a panoramic view of the park around the lake.

13. Japanese Garden:-
This is a small exotic garden designed in Japanese Style. The wonderful work of the human mind and its creativity mould ones mind rosy.

14 .Road Train:-
The road train is a toy train for amusement that runs on the Road with inflatable wheels. All the bogies of this train is in the shape of different types of toys. It attracts children. It takes one around Malampuzha Garden and its vicinity.

Important Places around Malampuzha
Palakkad is known as the Rice Bowel of Kerala. This quiet town is the gateway between Kerala and Tamil Nadu. Palakkad Fort built by Hyder Ali of Mysore in 1776, now popularly called Tippu’s Court is one of the best preserved forts of Kerala. It is protected by the Archeological Survey of India. The children’s park in Palakkad is a major amusement for children.

Nelliampathy is a small, beautiful tea-and-orange hill station worth a visit. It is almost 89 kms away from Malampuzha. Evergreen forests, waterfalls, valleys and tea gardens around this area attract more visitors to this place. Seethakundu at Nelliampathy is a very beautiful spot from where we can get a panoramic view of almost the whole of Palakkad town.

3.Pothundi Reservoir
The Pothundi Reservoir, a nice picnic spot, is on the way to Nelliampathy. It is 17 kms out of Palakkad. This is a good place to stop to stretch your legs on your way to Nelliampathy. There are also provisions in place for boating.

There is a Peacock Protection Centre in Chulannur. It is 22 kms away from Palakkad. The tropical forest named Kunjan Nambiar Smrudhi Forest is also in Chulannur area. (Kunjan Nambiar was one of the famous poets in Malayalam.)

5.Parambikulam Sanctuary
Parambikulam Wildlife Sanctuary covers an area of 285 sq km, spread around three dams-Parambikulam, Peruvaripalam and Thoonakkadavu. The highest point in the sanctuary is Karimala Gopuram, from where several streams originate and flow down to Chalakudi River. This place is an ideal home for animals and birds. This virgin valley that is the pride of Palakkad district is 124 kms away from Palakkad town. There is also a national park and a reservoir in the location.

6.Silent Valley National Park
The Silent Valley Forest was declared as a National Park on 15th November 1984 by the Sate Government under the act of Wildlife Protection. It is located at southwest corner of Nilgiri Hills. The park is home for several exotic species of trees and plants. It is 40 km away from Mannarkkadu. (Mannarkkadu is an important town in Palakkad district). Silent Valley is home to the largest population of animals like lion tailed macaque, elephant, leopard, tiger, nilgiri thar, malabar giant squirrel, deer, gaur and large population of birds like hornbills, malabar whistling thrush etc. It is considered one of the most ecologically diverse areas on the planet.

7.JP Smrithivanam and Deer Park
JP Smrithivanam and Deer Park are located at Walayar Reserve Forest. This is situated 22 kms away from Palakkad town in Palakkad-Coimbatore road. The animals roam here as natural habitats of the region. Facilities for elephant riding are also available here.

Dhoni is a reserve forest area with its small and beautiful waterfalls. This is one among the most magnificent gift of nature to mankind. There is also a farm house, harbouring hundreds of cattle of Swiss variety.

Other Important Places
Mangalam Dam, Kottayi, Meenkara Dam, Chulliyar Dam, Thiruthala Temple, Jain Temple, Attappady, Chittur Gurumadam, Killikurissi Mangalam etc. are other important tourist spots around Malampuzha.

Where to Stay

Important Hotels in Malampuzha

Malampuzha has good place to stay. Malampuzha Hotels give you an unforgettable budget stay. The important hotels in Malampuzha are the following.

1. The Irrigation Department’s Malampuzha Resort: - It is very near to the Malampuzha gardens.
2. Malampuzha Garden House: - It offers all essential facilities needed for a comfortable stay. It arranges boating on the lake.
3. Tripenta Hotel: - It is a professionally managed three star hotel. It offers ayurvedic massages.
4. Hotel Dam Palace: - It is also a good option near the dam.
Important Hotels in Palakkad
Numbers of hotels are available in Palakkad. One can decide the hotels according to the budget. Almost all the hotels in Palakkad are famous for its hospitality. The important hotels among them are given below.
1. Sri Chakra International
Location: - 3 kms from Palakkad Bus Stand.
Facilities: - Room service, parking, laundry, travel desk, doctor, locker, business centre, foreign exchange, health club, pool, ayurvedic centre and restaurant.
2. Santhigiri Ashram
Location: - 7 km from Palakkad Town.
Facilities: - Ayurvedic treatment, taxi arrangement, room service, laundry and restaurant.
3. Fort Palace Hotel
Location: - West Fort Road.
Facilities: - Parking, doctor, room service, laundry, TV, travel desk and restaurant.
4. Hotel Indraprastha
Location: - English Church Road.
Facilities: - Travel assistance, safe deposit, foreign exchange, book shop, internet, TV and doctor.
5. Hotel Rajadhani
Location: - Near KSRTC Bus Station.
Facilities: - Travel desk, room service, doctor, parking, laundry and restaurant.
6. ATS Residency
Location: - Yakara Road, near DPO.
Facilities: - Room service, taxi arrangement, doctor, laundry, travel desk, laundry, TV and restaurant.
7. KPM International
Location: - Press Club Road.
Facilities: - Sightseeing trips, parking, room services, laundry, doctor, beauty parlour, taxi arrangement and restaurant.
8. Hotel Gazala
Location: - Town Centre, near Head Post Office.
Facilities: - Pick-up and drop to bus/station, room services, parking, laundry, travel desk, doctor and restaurant.
9. Hotel Revathy
Location: - Robinson Road, opposite of Government Hospital.
Facilities: - Room service, parking, taxi arrangement, laundry and restaurant.
Malampuzha, the beautiful hill station in God’s own country, certainly will give you some unforgettable memories and experience in your life. So get ready soon for a family picnic and enjoy your life.