Malampuzha Dam and Garden

Malampuzha, a little township on the foothills of the Western Ghats takes its name from the River Malampuzha. Nurtured by this tributary of Kerala’s longest river, the Bharathapuzha, Malampuzha is a lush green town is a major tourist attraction for its trekking trails and the large irrigation dam.

Malampuzha Garden is a beautifully landscaped garden on the front side of the Malampuzha Dam. It is full of lush green lawns with well laid-out flower beds. There are pathways to watch and enjoy variety of fountains and marvelous sculptures, including the famous Yakshi sculpture created by Sri. Kanayi Kunhiraman. There is a canal flowing through the middle of the garden, which has 2 hanging bridges above it. The ropeway moves across the garden giving an unforgettable aerial view of the garden. Boating Facility is available in the Garden. The dam and the garden is illuminated at nights on Weekends and Public Holidays. Other attractions in the Malampuzha garden are the beautiful rock garden, the fish-shaped aquarium, the snake park and the ropeway which takes you on an aerial tour of the park.

The most interesting feature of the rock garden is that the whole place is made of unwanted and broken pieces of bangles, tiles, used plastic cans, tins and other waste materials. The garden is a master work of sculptor Padmasree Neck Chand Saini. His rock garden in Chandigarh is world famous and attracts thousands of tourists every year.

Contact details:
Malampuzha Garden, Ph: +91 491 2815280
Rock Garden, Ph: +91 491 2815140
Ropeway, Ph: +91 491 2815129

Getting there

Palakkad, about 9 km.

Coimbatore International Airport, about 67 km and Calicut International Airport, about 106 km.