The North Kerala district of Malappuram is home to some of the finest cultural landmarks and natural landscapes that 'God's Own Country' is renowned for. Visitors are greeted by scenic coast lines, gurgling streams, thick forests and some of the most historically relevant heritage sites in all of Kerala. Fed my three major rivers “Chaliyar, Kadalundi and Bharathapuzha " Malappuram has a plethora of trekking trails and picnic spots.
This district was formed in 1969 out of four taluks " Ernad, Perinthalmanna, Tirur and Ponnani. A haven of many religious faiths and art forms, Malappuram is well-known for retaining its rich cultural heritage through the years.