Get Travalour for free on Google Play

Attractions to explore nearby Malampuzha Dam

Malampuzha DamMalampuzha Dam, Palakkad, Kerala 678651, India

Largest reservoir in Kerala with plenty of activities in its premises

Nearby Attractions

Dhoni Waterfalls7.14 KMs away from Malampuzha Dam

The waterfall surrounded by lush green forest and accessible only through a lengthy, mesmerising hike.

Palakkad Fort7.84 KMs away from Malampuzha Dam

The fort that has witnessed the bloody wars of Zamorin, Palakkad Achchan, Mysore Kings, and the British.

Siruvani Waterfalls11.98 KMs away from Malampuzha Dam

Siruvani falls is a beautiful waterfall located in the Coimbatore district. There is also a dam associated with this river and waterfalls. this is a tourist-friendly location in Tamilnadu.

Velliangiri Hills17.06 KMs away from Malampuzha Dam

Velliangiri mountains is a part of the Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve is situated at the western ghats border of Coimbatore district.

112 Feet Adiyogi17.11 KMs away from Malampuzha Dam

Adiyogu statue is the tallest Siva statue situated in the Coimbatore district of Tamilnadu which has been recognized by the Guinness world records as the largest bust sculpture in the world. This was designed by sadguru Jaggi Vasudev and is a part of the Isha foundation.

Seetharkundu Viewpoint30.77 KMs away from Malampuzha Dam

Views of mountain ridges, plains with paddy fields, and of a mighty waterfall and a dam

TNAU Botanical Garden34.20 KMs away from Malampuzha Dam

This is a botanical garden under the Tamilnadu Agricultural University. there are so many varieties of plants and trees and each species is labeled with its common name and species name.

GD Naidu Museum37.92 KMs away from Malampuzha Dam

G. D. Naidu (Gopalaswamy Doraiswamy Naidu) was an engineer who is referred to as the "Edison of India". He is credited with the manufacture of the first electric motor in India. The museum contains unique cars that are collected by G. D Naidu.

Silent Valley National Park38.67 KMs away from Malampuzha Dam

A mysterious rainforest where the crickets never screech, where nature preserve itself without human touch.

Singanallur Lake41.29 KMs away from Malampuzha Dam

Lake located in the Singanallur village of Coimbatore spread over an area of 1.153 sq km. The lake is fed by the canals derived from the Noyyal river. This lake supports a rich biodiversity including all living beings.

Kari Motor Speedway Racetrack41.31 KMs away from Malampuzha Dam

Kari motor speedway is a purpose built formula 3 auto racing circuit or race track, located in Chettipalayam.

Keralam Kundu Waterfalls.44.80 KMs away from Malampuzha Dam

The water gushes down over 45 meters to fall into a huge rocky pit which was formed over many centuries by water falling over it.

Kerala Kalamandalam45.12 KMs away from Malampuzha Dam

The centre for learning traditional art forms of Kerala.

Kodikuthimala Watch Tower45.65 KMs away from Malampuzha Dam

One of the coolest hill station in Malappuram district surrounded by streams, grasslands and forest, with an incredible sunset view.

Parambikulam Tiger Reserve49.72 KMs away from Malampuzha Dam

Trek through the best of protected forests of Western Ghat Mountains in Kerala.

Aliyar Dam51.17 KMs away from Malampuzha Dam

A reservoir located in the Aliyar village near Pollachi, Coimbatore. The dam is located in the foothills of Valparai. the dam offers some ideal getaways including a park, garden, aquarium, play area, and a mini theme park.

Avalanche Lake54.84 KMs away from Malampuzha Dam

Famous tourist spot in Ooty among nature enthusiasts and photographers. The lake is set amidst a captivating landscape that is filled with lovely flowers. The waterfalls that fall down the nearby mountains further add to the beauty of the place.

Charpa Waterfalls59.55 KMs away from Malampuzha Dam

Located in the Athirappilly panchayath in Thrissur district of Kerala

Vazhachal Waterfalls59.59 KMs away from Malampuzha Dam

A horizontal waterfall with a rocky bed surrounded by green forests.

Sim's Park, Coonoor59.86 KMs away from Malampuzha Dam

This is an unusual park-cum-botanical garden that was developed around the natural contours of the land more than a hundred years ago by Mr. J.D. Sims and Major Murray in the year of 1874