Malampuzha Garden is the prime attraction of the town and has been given the title of Vrindavan of Kerala. Flower beds, pools, fountains and green lawns are the main attractions in the garden. There is an artificial canal, where pedal boat rides can be enjoyed. A Japanese style garden is also located within the premises of the Malampuzha Garden. The fish shaped aquarium, Children's Park, Snake Park and passenger ropeway are other important attractions of the park. The Rock Garden has been created using waste and unwanted material like broken tiles, bangles, tins and plastic cans. It was developed by a renowned sculptor Padmashree Neck Chand Saini, who is also the creator of the famous Rock Garden in Chandigarh. The major attraction of the Malampuzha Garden is the concrete statue of Yakshi, a legendary enchantress. It was constructed by the renowned sculptor of Kerala, Kanayi Kunhiraman. The statue has been carved out of a single piece of granite. The Snake Park is a popular tourist attraction within the Malampuzha Garden. It has both poisonous as well as non-poisonous snakes. The Forest Department manages the park and also makes necessary arrangements for the safety of tourists. A Passenger Ropeway, also known as the Udan Khatola, is a prominent attraction of the Malampuzha Garden. It is the only Passenger Ropeway in the entire South India. Travellers can go around the entire garden within a 20 minutes ride. It is at a height of about 60 ft above the ground and its ropeway has the length of around 2,050 ft. The trolley has 64 two-seater chairs.
Palakkad, Kerala 678651, India