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Mumbai to Palakkad
Updated on : Oct 22, 2016 07:00 PM
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No.412, 3rd Floor, 100 Feet Road, 4th Block, Koramangala, Bengaluru, KA 560034
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  • Kallada Travels Mumbai Palakkad Rs.4452 Kallada Travels operates 1 bus from Mumbai to Palakkad with starting price of Rs.4452. First bus starts at 02:15 PM and last bus at 02:15 PM.

About Mumbai

Mumbai, the city of dreams is the financial centre of India. Mumbai is the capital city of Maharashtra and is the 2nd most populous city after Pune in the state. Be it the night life or rush hour, no other city in India can beat Mumbai. The name Mumbai derived from the local Hindu goddess Mumbadevi. City’s landscape is the most beautiful feature that attracts millions of tourists every year. The city is the house of Hindi film industry and produces highest number of films every year. Different suburbs, especially south Mumbai is the best place to explore which has still retained its old charm. Though the city doesn’t have many historical locations to explore, but its uniqueness and charm attracts visitors towards it. Mumbai attracts huge count of tourist every year because of few interesting locations like: Marine Drive, Haji Ali, Dhobi Ghat, Siddhivinayak Temple, Holy Name St. Cathedral Church and many other such locations.

About Palakkad

Palakkad is a district located in the serene mountain ranges of Kerala. Expanded paddy fields, palm trees and rural natures make Palakkad distinct from other regions of Kerala. The hilly terrains of the town are a visual treat for eyes for visitors looking for serene location. Palakkad is famed as “The Rice Bowl of Kerala” and “The Granary of Kerala”. The Palaghat Gap, in this district is the getaway to neighboring state Tamil Nadu. Palakkad is famous for temple festivals and well-deserved Karnatic music. The district is credited with good number of sightseeing of temples, valleys, paddy fields and many others. Some of scenic beauties of Palakkad are: Nelliampathi Hill Station, Silent Valley National Park, Kanjirapuzha Dhoni Waterfalls, Palakkad Fort and Jain Temple.