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About Vadanappally

Vadanappally

Also called Vatanappally, Vadanapally is a coastal village located 20 km away from Thrissur in Kerala. It is near the ancient trade centre of Kandassan Kadavau. As per the 2001 India census, Vadanapally had a total population of 30008 with 15973 females and 14035 males. Accessible by rail, road and air, Vadanapally is famous for its numerous pilgrimage centers as well as the beach with numerous coral reefs and green coconut palms, making it ideal for surfing and swimming.

Places to Stay
Being a small town, Vadanappally does not have many hotels. However, local home stays are available. Budget hotels such as Hotel Niya Regency (Tariff – Rs. 1000) can be found in Thrissur.

Language
The official language of Vadanappally is Malayalam. English is also spoken here.

Events
Some of the popular local festivals of Vadanappally are Thrissur Pooram (mid April to mid May), Onam (September), Pulikali (August) and Guruvayoor Ekadasi (December).

Places of Interest
Apart from the beach, which is 3 km away from Vadanappally, there are plenty of pilgrimage centres near Vadanappally. Some of them are St. Francis Church, Palayoor Church, South Juma Masjid, Cheraman Jama Masjid, Durga Devi Temple, Guruvayoor Temple, Thriprayar Temple, Kodungallur Temple.

How to Get There

Air:
Cochin International Airport is located 60 km away from Vadanappally.

Rail:
The nearest railway station to Vadanappally is Thrissur (18 km away).

Bus:
Vadanappally is well connected to places such Mysore, Bangalore, Mandya by road. Kallada Tours & Travels and Sree Krishna Tours and Travels are a few good bus operators in Vadanappally. You can resort to online bus ticket reservation through TicketGoose.com to get to more than 4,000 destinations across India.



About Hunsur

Hunsur

Hunsur is a small Taluk in the Mysore district of Karnataka. It belongs to the Mysore division and is located 45 km towards west from district headquarters Mysore, and 186 km from state capital Bangalore. Hunsur consist of 323 villages and 31 Panchayats. It is famous for timber. A lot of the people from Hunsur benefit from the trade of teak wood. Hunsur Teak is noted for its quality and durability. This location is also a growing market for sheep farming. Kannada actor-turned-producer-director Dwarkish, popular director Bargava, and director-producer Yogish Hunsur hail from Hunsur.

Places to Stay
There are several good budget hotels in Hunsur. Some of them are The Kings Sanctuary, Kodagu Plaza, Chitravana Resorts and Rio Rest Otel.

Language
The local language of Hunsur is Kannada.

Events
The important festival here is Ganesh Festival where a black marble idol is worshipped every year at Sirsi near Jog Falls.

Places of Interest
There are several places of tourist attraction in Hunsur. Some of the places include Nagarhole (23 km), Mysore (42 km), Dubare (45 km), Kabini (47 km), and Siddapur (50 km).

How to Get There

Air:
The nearest airport to Hunsur is the Mysore Airport. It is located about 43 km away from the town.

Rail:
Hunsur is well connected with Krishanrajanagar Railway Station.

Bus:
There are daily bus services from Hunsur to Mysore, Shrirangapattana, Nanjangud, and Madikeri. Some of the best bus operators that offer good experience for passengers include Hoysala Tours, Pragati Tours, and Travcon Travels Pvt Ltd. Booking bus tickets online is very convenient as you can book from the confines of your home.




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