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The cultural capital of Kerala. Raja Rama Varma popularly known as Sakthan Thampuran was the architect of the present day Thrissur town. Today Thrissur is world famous for its Pooram festival. A cultural center, the Kerala Kalamandalam, the Kerala Sahitya Academy and Kerala Sangeetha Academy are located here.



Also known as the Dwaraka of the south, is a noted pilgrim centre in India, attracting thousands of pilgrims from all parts of the country. The idol of the famous Sri Krishna Temple here is said to have been workshipped by Lord Brahma himself at Dwaraka. The idol was duly installed at this spot and lovingly called Guruvayurappan, or the Lord at Guruvayur



The Nelliyampathy hills located in Palakkad district, also known as the granary of Kerala. These hills are extreamly fascinating and offers an easy escape from the scroching summer of Palghat. Palghat also has some tourist attractions like : Fort built by Haider Ali, attappadi, Parambikulam Wildlife Sanctuary, Silent Valley National Park, Malampuzha Dam, and the Mayiladumpara (Cholanoor Peacock Sanctuary).



Bound by Arabian sea on the west and the Wayanad hills on the east, lies the historic city of Kozhikode. Capital of the Zamorin Rajas in the 15th century. Vasco-Da-Gama set foot on the sands of Kappad beach, on 27 th May 1498 AD. The Pazhassiraja Museum and Art Gallery exhibits an excellent collection of paintings by Raja Ravi Varma and Raja Raja Varma.



Wayanad literally means, "The land of fields". This land is rich in natural wonders, history and tradition. With its vast expanse of greenery, spice scented breeze, mist capped hills, salubrious climate, hypnotizing scenic beauty - Wayanad stands as one of the loveliest hill stations of Kerala. The Muthanga Wildlife Sanctuary, Edakkal caves, Pookot lake, Soochipara Water Falls, Tirunelli Temple, are some of the tourist spots.



The largest an the best preserved fort in Kerala. The Bakel beach with the historically and archeologically significant Bakel fort in the background is now being developed into an international tourism destination. This fort belonged in ancient times to the Kadampa dynasty and later came under the Kolathiri Rajas.Still later it became part of the Vijayanagar empire. In the late 18th century Tipu Sultan captured it. An old mosque near the fort is believed to have been built by him.