Mala enchanted by different rivers, backwaters, small hills and its green palms swaying in the wind and rich paddy fields offers an ideal spot for any tourist. The pilgrim centers, monuments, goddess nature and the must see spots fulfil your eagerness finding new shore in tourism. Mala had inland water ways and rivers connecting main trade centers of Kerala which in turn made an Ancient trade market.
The enchanting rivers crisscrossing canals and gurgling streams made this fertile land rich with coconut arecanut, tapioca, banana, rice, ginger, pepper and vegetable plantations. Those who came to Mala for business and trade were enchanted by the magical experience of nature in all its virgin beauty settled and established their own religious cults and their own cultures. The vast ethnic and cultural diversity of India is truly reflected here at Mala in the variety of lifestyles and religious traditions of Hindus, Muslims, Christians, Jews and Konkanis.
Look at these important locations in and around Mala: