Aranmula Vallam Kali


Aranmula – History, Location, Timings, Best Time To Visit, Attractions, Activities, Snake Boat, Accommodation, Online Booking and How To Reach.

Aranmula History:

Aranmula is a temple town nestled in the God’s own place Kerala. The one who hears the name of this temple city, the only thing comes to mind is the tourism. The Vallam Kali the Snake boat Regatta is the popular attraction of this place. Also, this place is famous for its temple network, the temple of  Lord Parthasarathi and the main boat festival are most happening things of this beautiful place.

This tourism spot got its name from the popular temple of Lord Parthasarathy, this temple was dedicated to Lord Krishna. The Parthasarathy temple is situated on the river banks of Pamba. Apart from these, this place exhibits the Kerala prestigious Kathakali dance, the classical music and Kalaripayattu. This tourist spot without any doubt famous for devotion and culture of Malayalis also it is popular for the Boat Race. The Boat Race is conducted during the last days of Onam festival, tourists and the local people gather widely during this festive season to enjoy this eve.

Aranmula Vallam Kali Timings:

Opened Throughout the Year24X7

Best Time To Visit Aranmula:

April to November

Famous For:

  • Tourism
  • Vallam Kali” Snake boat Regatta”


(A Total Of 108 Vaishnavas Temples)

Popular Temples:

  • Temples of Lord Parthasarathy
  • Temples of Pulikkunnumala Mahadeva


  • Kannadi “mirror made of special alloy”
  • Aranmula Palace
  • Thalam for boats
  • Chudan Boat

How To Reach Aranmula:

By Air:

Trivandrum International Airport (nearest)        – 117 km

By Train:

Chengannur Railway Station (nearest)        – 25 km

By Road:

Regular Buses, Cabs & Auto rickshaws are available for hire

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