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malappuram

INTRODUCTION

Malappuram is a small city in the south Indian state of Kerala. It was formed in 1969, and currently serves as the administrative headquarters of Malappuram district.

ATTRACTIONS

Malappuram has many attractions including historical and religious sites, and also many ecological attractions. Some popular places in Malappuram to see are:

HISTORIC & RELIGIOUS PLACES

Some of the popular historical places are:

FESTIVALS

Having a number of religious centres like temples, mosques & churches, and a religious and cultured population, Malappuram usually bristles with fairs and festivals .  The following are some of the important occasions that are celebrated in Malappuram:

MUSEUMS

Malappuram has some good museums and art galleries that showcase its history and people’s talents in a beautiful way:

SHOPPING

Malappuram, being a commercial town, has many shopping spots like street bazaars, commercial shops and all-inclusive malls, from where you can buy souvenirs and things like ceramic items, jewelry, engineering goods and so on. Apart from these, people can also shop for the fresh local produce that includes coconut, areca, cashews, banana, ginger, pepper and tapioca. Some popular shopping spots in the city to explore are:

MALLS

FOOD

Malappuram is famous for its non-vegetarian delicacies made of mutton, pork and beef, but it also has many vegetarian specialities. The people here mostly follow Malabar cuisine. Popular foods here include:

RESTAURANTS

Some of the best restaurants and eateries in Malappuram where these dishes and more can be tried include the following:

HOTELS

Malappuram has many incredible hotels for a comfortable stay, and these include resorts and high-end hotels for a luxurious stay, and also many affordable as well as low-budget hotels and inns. Some of the best hotels/resorts to stay in Malappuram are:

EMERGENCY NUMBERS

Malappuram STD Code – 494 (to be used before dialling numbers from a number that is not locally registered).

Common emergency numbers:

LANGUAGE

Malayalam is the most spoken language in Malappuram.

Malayalam: