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Palakkad to Kayamkulam
Updated on : Oct 27, 2016 08:12 AM
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  • Kallada Travels Palakkad Kayamkulam Rs.742 Kallada Travels operates 1 bus from Palakkad to Kayamkulam with starting price of Rs.742. First bus starts at 11:25 PM and last bus at 11:25 PM.

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.

About Kayamkulam

Kayamkulam is a small village in the state of Kerala. Just close to Alleppey and Quilon, Kayamkulam is connected to Kerala Backwaters. This village is known for temples and palaces that were built during ancient period and attract thousands of visitors every year. One such temple is dedicated to goddess Bhagavathy, which is known for huge traditional lamps which are lite up everyday. 18th century Krishnapuram Palace is also the option that should be visited. Blended with roofs, dormer windows and narrow corridors, this palace reflects the Kerala architectural work. Another interesting location to visit is the Oachira Temple, which is the only temple in Kerala having no idol. People visit here to worship trees which are believed to be the place where lord shiva meditated. Other places to visit are-Kollam, Alappuzha and other few locations.