Kuttippuram, a town in Kerala’s Malappuram district, lies on the banks of River Bharathapuzha. The Edapally-Panvel Highway and Tirur-Kuttippuram Road passes through this town. This town is well connected by roadways and railways. Kuttippuram is situated on the border of Malappuram and Palakkad. There are numerous tourist attractions around Kuttippuram worth visiting such as temples, churches, mosques and beaches.
Places to Stay
There are no accommodation facilities in Kuttippuram. Valanchery, which is about 8 km away from Kuttippuram, offers budget hotels. These hotels are Swagath Inn (Tariff – Rs.954), Hotel KR Residency (Tariff – Rs.423) and Royal Tourist Home (Tariff – Rs.452).
The language spoken in Kuttippuram is Malayalam.
The important festivals celebrated in Kuttippuram are Maha Shivratri in February, Vishu in April, Onam in September and Christmas in December.
Places of Interest
Kuttippuram has many tourist attractions in and around the town. Some of these places are Nilayoram Park and Mallur Shiva Parvathi Temple and Mini Pampa, a kilometer away from the town, Ponnani Harbor (18 km), Padinharekara Azhimukham Beach (23 km) and Ponnani Juma Masjid (19 km) away from Kuttippuram.
How to Get There
Calicut International Airport is the nearest airport, being 49 km away from Kuttippuram.
Kuttippuram Railway Station is situated within 220-m from the main town center and connects Shoranur and Kozhikode.
Kuttippuram is well connected by state-run and private buses from all nearby cities and states. There are private bus operators such as Kallada Travels and Shama Sardar Travels that run comfortable Volvo buses from Bangalore, Mangalore and Mysore to Kuttippuram. Travellers prefer getting to their desired holiday destination by a Volvo bus.
A city in the state of Maharashtra, Sangli is situated on the banks of the River Krishna and is the largest market place for turmeric in Asia. The city is known as Natyapandhari, the birthplace of Marathi drama and the ‘Sugar Belt of India’. One of the largest grape growing regions in Maharashtra, Sangli also houses the country’s only turmeric exchange. To develop the wine industry, the government of Maharashtra has set up a specialized state-of-the-art wine park at Palus, 30 km from Sangli city.
Places to Stay
There are many hotels to stay in Sangli. Tourists visiting the place can stay at Hotel New Pride, Hotel Ruchira Deluxe and Hotel Icon Innthat offers rooms starting from Rs.700 onwards.
Ganesha Festival is the greatest Festival in Sangli and the nearby region. This festival is popularly known as Ganesh Utsav in this city.
Marathi is the local language here.
Places to Visit
The famous Ganapati Temple that houses a golden idol of Lord Ganesha (1km) , the Sagareshwar Wildlife Sanctuary (70kms), Krishna Valley Wine Park(30kms).
How to Get There
The nearest airport is in Pune (220kms)
Sangli has its own railway station.
Chintamani Nagar Bus Stop, Shinde Mala City Bus Stop, Abhaynagar Bus Stop, Jhulelal Chowk Bus Stop and Kolhapur Road Bus Station run regular bus service to neighbouring towns and villages. There are a great number of bus operators like VRL Travelsthat offers travellers regular bus services to and from the town. Ticketgoose.com provides bus tickets at minimum rates to all its travelers.