Malampuzha gardens, the only rock-cut gardens in South India made by Nek Chand, winner of the Padmashree award, India's fourth highest civilian award is situated in Palakkad district of Kerala. The entire garden is made from broken pieces of bangles, tiles, used plastic cans, tins and other waste materials. His rock garden in Chandigarh attracts people from all over the world. Also situated in the gardens is the massive Malampuzha Yakshi (female vampire) built in 1969 by Kanayi Kunhiraman, famous sculptor from Kerala. It is a spectacular relic of art that we are lucky to still have with us. The flowering beds, fountains and rose gardens along with an aerial ropeway make it a place that instantly soothes your soul.
In the lower hills of the Western Ghats lies the beautiful Malampuzha township whose lush greenery and plethora of picnic spots make it a must visit spot in these areas. It has really good trekking trails that are available to all with a penchant for the same. Malampuzha gardens and the irrigation dam tend to be the areas that attract the highest number of visitors. Apart from being perfect picnic spots, there is a host of interesting trivia surrounding the place that adds to its appeal.
Dam, Garden, Rope Way, Snake park, Aquarium, children park, Japanese park and Rock garden.