Lattitude: 11.0410° N, Longitude:76.0830° E
Malappuram is the hilly region and is situated in the northern Kerala. Malappuram is surrounded by the hills of Western Ghats in the east and touched by the Arabian Sea in the West. Malappuram is enriched with the three rivers meandering through the region, the Chaliyar, Bharathappuzha and Kadalundi rivers which beautifully passes through the hilly terrains and reaches merged with the picturesque sea coast. Malappuram has a well-off and eventful history as it had served as a military headquarters of the Zamorins of Kozhikode in the olden times. Malappuram is the land of poetry and literature and has played a crucial role in the development of cultural heritage of Kerala and was a popular core for learning Hindu Vedic and Islamic philosophy. Malappuram is also famous for its spectacular festivals celebrated with enthusiasm in the mosques and the temples of the region. Malappuram has earned a unique place in the history of Kerala.
Kadalundi Nagaram, Kondotty, Kottakkal(Centre of Ayurveda), Kottapadi, Malappuram, Manjeri, Nilambur(Forest area), Perinthalmanna, Perumpadappu, Ponnani, Tanur, Teak Museum, Tirur, Tirurangadi,
By Train: Angadipuram Railway Station is well connected with other major cities and is located at a distance of 20 Kms.
By Flight: Calicut International Airport is the nearest Airport located around 40 Kms. from Malappuram.