Pambummekkattu Mana, is a famous Temple devoted to Serpent Gods, situates at Vadama very close to Mala Town. It is believed that the divine presence of "Vasuki" and "Nagayakshi" are there in the "Kizhakkini" of Pambummekkattu Mana. Pambummekkattu Mana is the most famous Serpent worship centre in Kerala. The Pambummekattu lllam (also known as Mana) stands in Vadama village, a part of Mukundapuram Taluk in Thrissur District, Kerala. The nearest railway station is 10 km away at Chalakudy.
Malakadavu or Mala Kadavu (Mala + kadavu - kadavu means a type of localized boat jetty or small port in local language Malayalam) is considered to be the "Gateway" of ancient Mala. It was through this kadavu (jetty) travelers, pilgrims and businessmen came to Mala for trading and establishing their own institutions. In the ancient days as there were no road transportation facilities available, water transport was the main source of transport.
St. Antony's Higher Secondary School Mala Thrissur (St. Antony's HSS Mala Thrissur), a prominent school situated just opposite to St. Stanislaus Forane Church Mala (Mala RC Church). The school aims at the total development of the integrated personality of each individual. Looking forward to this end, the school caters to the varied demands of academic, moral, psychological, physical needs of the students.
A bit of land amidst the serene waters of Chalakudy river, near Kundoor, only 9 km from Mala Town "Paythuruth" is a fascinating experience. Abundantly blessed by nature with agriculture products and green vegetation this island gives a bird's eye view of "God's own contry". It is one of the rare islands where of this kind where we get pure drinking water.
Ambookan Kochuvarkey Memorial High School, Poyya, Mala, Thrissur District, Kerala (Poyya AKMHS, Poyya, Mala)situated in calm, serene and healthy surroundings of Poyya village. AKMHS provides a balanced and creative development of their students in curricular, co-curricular activities under the guidance of the experienced, talented teachers.
Puthenchira Community Health Centre (CHC Puthenchira), Thrissur District, Kerala situated just one km away from Puthenchira High School Junction which is easily accessible from any part of the village. It is well known health care and prevention centre to the common people from the nearby areas and villages of Puthenchira Panchayat.
Government Ayurveda Hospital Puthenchira situated at 6 km away from Mala town and a half km from "Puthenchira Sadanam" / "Saanthi Nagar Puthenchira". It was started in 1986 as an Ayurveda Dispensary with the facility of one Ayurveda Doctor and a few associated staffs. Later, in 1991, it has been upgraded as a 20 bedded hospital provided all the necessary amenities including "Panchakarma" specialist treatment under the supervision of Panchakarma specialist Doctor.
It was blessed Mariam Thresia's vision and her sincere mission with spirit of God was the only force behind this humble project of Maria Theresa Hospital. By the grace of god and kind co-operation and help many positive motivated people, the dream to have a hospital in a remote village like Kuzhikkattussery met its reality. This hospital stands up as a movement of our beloved founder. Blessed Mariam Thresia to perpetuate her healing mission with love and care.
MET'S School of Engineering Mala (MET'S Mala or Mala Engineering College) was established by Mala Education Trust (MET) in 2002. It is accredited by the AICTE and is affiliated to the University of Calicut. MET'S Engineering situates just 3 km away from Mala town, built over a sprawling twenty seven acre lush green land, built up area of 80,000 sq. ft. serene and exquisite landscaping enhances the conclusiveness of the place to academic pursuits of learning and research.
Kottakkal St. Theresa's Monastery is a soul stirring experience for the lovers of spirituality. It established in 1889. The blessed Chavara Kuriakose Elias's footsteps itself change this place a holy land. He was born in 1805 at Kainakary, a coastal village of Alappuzha district in Kerala. After his elementary education, he joined to Catholic seminary at Pallipuram and became an ordained priest in 1829.