Malampuzha has something to offer to each sort of guest. There is a magnificent rose garden with 100 types of roses for you to appreciate, a snake stop with an extensive assortment of reptiles to send a crisp sensation down your body, a ropeway ride at a tallness of 60 feet to see the garden from over, an extravagant stop with upwards of 20 ride alternatives and a KTDC Garden House offering pedal vessels, speedboats, rowboats and water bikes for an excursion round the supply.
On the off chance that nothing unless there are other options intrigues you, at that point you can just examine the model of the exposed bodied Yakshi (demoness) with the head flung back and raised fisted hands situated near the ears. It is interesting to note that this magnificent piece of art took almost 2 years to complete. Malampuzha is a perfect outing spot in each sense and is only 14 km from Palakkad.
Malampuzha Dam is accepted to be the biggest store in Kerala. The dam is taken a shot at Malampuzha River, a tributary of Bharathapuzha. Another significant fascination close to the dam is the Malampuzha Gardens.
It is maintained beautifully and built aesthetically to take your breath away. Well manicured lawns, different varieties of beautiful flowers, fountains with sprinkling waters, there is so much to enjoy and see in the garden.
Another respected visitor area close to the Malampuzha Dam is the Rock Garden. It is believed that the late Nek Chand, the man behind the Rock Garden in Chandigarh is also the brain behind this architectural marvel.You can see magnificent sculptures of men, women and children, animals and birds here. And the interesting fact is that these are all made from waste products like broken crockery, electrical fittings, bathroom tiles, glass bangles and so on.