A town and a municipality in Ernakulam district, Angamaly is the commercial city of Kerala. It is located 33 kms away from Ernakulam district of Kerala. This fastest growing towns is slowly becoming the major hub of Kerala. This place is situated close to some of the popular tourist destinations like Kalady, Malayattoor, Muvattupuzha, North Paravu.
Places to Stay
There are good budget hotels in Angamaly. Some of them are Hotel Pearl Continenta (Tariff – Rs. 1814), Palmgrove service villa (Tariff – Rs. 1125), Surabhi Tourist Home (Tariff – Rs.1800) and Hotel Bhadariya (Tariff –1000).
The official language of Angamaly is Malayalam.
The Important Festivals of Angamaly is the International Film Festiva (March ).
Places of Interest
There are several places of tourist attraction in Angamaly. Some of the places include E Kodanad (25kms from Angamaly) , Malayatoor Church (25 kms from Angamaly) Ezhattumugham (8 kms from Angamaly) Kallil Temple ( 13 kms from Angamal) Thirunayathode Sivanarayana Temple ( (3kms from Angamaly).
How to Get There
The nearest airport to Angamaly is the Kochi – Cochin International Airport,. It is located about 15 kms away from the town.
Angamaly railway Jn is well connected to all the major cities of the state.
There are two bus stations in Angamaly. There are buses that ply to major cities of Tamil Nadu, Karala and Karnataka.Some of the best bus operators that offer good experience for passengers are Kallada Travels, Modern Travels and Tippu Sultan Travels. If you wish to get the cheapest bus tickets for your journey, book through Ticketgoose.com.
Named after Kasaragod Town, Kasargod, the northernmost district of Kerala is famous across the world for its coir and handloom industries. With a coastline of nearly 30kms, Kasargod is endowed with nine rivers and is well-known for its forts, rivers, hillocks, beaches and shrines. NH-66, which forms the backbone of Kerala’s road network enters Kerala via Talapady of Kasargod district.
Places to Stay
There are many affordable hotels in the district such as Apsara Regency (Tariff- Rs.500 onwards), Chandralayam Homestay (Tariff- Rs.1500 onwards), City Tower Hotel (Tariff- Rs.600 onwards).
The local festivals include Kumbala Bedi Utsava, and Moodappaseva, celebrated in the Madhur Temple. And Bootha kola is a spiritual act performed in Kasargod.
As many as seven different languages are spoken here excluding the local dialects and tribal languages. The languages spoken include Malayalam, Kannada, Tulu, Beary bashe (spoken by the Tuluva-Malayalee Muslims) and Konkani. Besides these, Marathi, Hindi, Havyaka Kannada and Urdu are also spoken here.
Places to visit
The places to see near this scenic beach town are the Bekal Fort, the biggest fort in Kerala (15kms), the Ananthapura Lake Temple, the Mallikarjuna Temple. The Mallik Deenar Mosque (3kms) is one of the first masjids in India built during the period of the prophet Muhammad by swahabi 'Malik-ibn-Deenar'. The Bela Church, built in 1890, also known as Our Lady of Sorrows Church, is located 14kms north of Kasaragod.
How to Get There
The nearest airport is Mangalore Airport, which is located at a distance of 50kms.
Kasaragod Railway Station is a major railway station that serves the Kasaragod Town in the Kasaragod District of Kerala.
Kasargod Bus Station is situated in the heart of Kasargod town, 3km away from the Kasargod Railway Station. The popular bus operators in the area include Sri Durgamba Travels, Kallada Travels and Ganesh Travels & Tours. Opt for online bus reservation through Ticketgoose.com and avail of a number of discounts.