Tourism Programs at Malampuzha


Malampuzha Dam

The idea for a dam in the Malampuzha region to boost agriculture started from the second decade of the 20th Century. However, it was only after India’s independence on 27th of March 1949, that the then Public Works Minister, Sri. M. Bhaktavatsalam laid the foundation stone for the project. Palakkad was a part of the Madras Presidency during those times. The dam was constructed in record time, and on October 9th 1955, the then Chief Minister of Madras, Sri. K Kamaraj, inaugurated the dam.

Activity: Site Seeing

Timings: From 10:00 AM in the morning to 6:00 PM in the evenings on weekdays

And 8:00 PM on weekends.

Malampuzha Garden

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.The dam and the garden is illuminated at nights on Weekends and Public Holidays.The entire garden is under video surveillance under the Tourism Police.The timing in the garden is same as dam.


1)Swimming Pool (Open from 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM)

The pool will be closed for Lunch Break from 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM, and only ladies will be permitted from 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM.

2)Boating (Opens from Mon-Sun : 10:00 AM – 06:00 PM)

Fees: RS. 40/- per head.

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