In AD 1766 Hydrali was constructed the Palakkad Tipu fort and also known as Palakkad fort stands in the heart of the Palakkad town in Kerala.The emperor of Mysore province , supposedly to facilitate communication between both sides of the Western Ghats. The current status of our old Palakkad fort and the palakkad town hall known as Kotta Maidanam or Fort Maidan. The ground is now used to stage cricket matches, exhibitions and public meetings but which had once served as a stable for the elephants and horses of Tipu's army.Read more
Palakkad is connected to all the major cities by an excellent road network.Road services connecting Palakkad with Coimbatore, Trichur, Cochin, Trivandrum, Chennai, Bangalore and Mumbai.National Highway 47,213 pass through the district.
Palakkad Junction Railway Station (Olavakkode) which is about 5km from the city, is a major rail head of Southern Railways. Coimbatore airport at a distance of about 55 km from Palakkad.
Visitors can allowed into the Palakkad Fort in between the time of 8AM to 6PM
Malampuzha dam garden is situated on the lower hills of the Western Ghats. A large irrigation dam on the Bharatapuzha river, at the base of the Western Ghats. There are beautiful gardens, an amusement park for children and a boating facility on the reservoir
Nelliyampathy is one of the little famous hill stations of South India. This beautiful culture holiday spot is situated 52 km from Palakkad. Nelliyampathy is blest with ever green forests with number of wild animals like elephants, hill squirrels and bison. The rambling tea gardens, coffee