Population: 101,386

Living in Malappuram, Kerala:
Tips for Moving and Visiting

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If you've been wondering what it's like to live in or visit Malappuram, the Crowdsourced Explorer community can help. We asked ten people living in Malappuram what someone who is considering moving to or visiting there should know. Here are their pros and cons, tips, and advice:

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The cost of living in my city is low. My city has easy access to good Hospitals and Schools. My city also has good infrastructure and you can get anything as it is easily available. My city is known as Food City as it has many varieties of dishes for you to try.

Farhan, says: 2020

Malappuram is one of the 14 district in the state of Kerala in the north of the state. The word itself says it is a land of mountains which is covered with lush green beauty. The district is well known for the communal harmony and peace it maintain. It is also one of the highest populated district in the state.

Revuri, says: 2020

The city has a number of hills and valleys which are pleasing to everyone’s eyes. Our city is famous for food and culture. Most of the areas of our city is filled with football grounds and are also famous for young players. Our landscape can attract each and every person from all over the globe.

The city Malappuram having facilities like hospitals, international schools. Airport, etc. The people can live with very happily since it is very beautiful and. The city is very beautiful to visit. It is also famous for tourism. Yep kottakkunnu is a famous place to visit and spend the evening.

Sahithi, says: 2020

Malappuram is a nice and safe place. The place is in the north of Kerala, God’s own country. Malappuram is known for its hospitality, food and culture. The people of Malappuram are friendly and welcoming. If you plant to live in Kerala, your preference should be for Malappuram.

Tanmai, says: 2020

Malappuram is in the north of Kerala, God’s own country. It is a great place. The people of Malappuram are friendly. Malappuram is known for its hospitality. Malappuram is sure to entice you with its food and culture. If you decide to live in Kerala, Malappuram is a great option.

Sentinaro, says: 2020

A person moving to malappuram should know the socio-cultural habits of my city, and the transportation facility available to and from various parts. Air travel facility is the most attractive way to reach Malappuram. And it is a very attractive tourist place also including western ghats, reivers, beaches and a lot more.

Malappuram is a city with varied cultures. It provides the feel of a countryside, but has the comfort of the city. There are skyscrapers and there are breathtaking mountains. You will get the best of nature here. Waterfalls, beaches, trekking, and so much more. three major religion thrive in harmony here. You can visit any of the religious centers. The people are really sweet and helpful. You will not regret moving to my city.

Lalitha, says: 2020

It’s a place of peace. Everywhere it’s green and calm welcoming of nature. People from different diversities live here with peace. And as the saying goes, ‘Peace starts from within yourself’. You are the one to solve the problems and find find suitable solutions too.

Malappuram is a hill top city with a high density of people belonging to various religion and cultural practices. The most attractive part of the city is its green and alluring landscape with a great weather. Half of the city’s population is Muslim who are very eclectic and secular in their outlook. The city’s hospitality is commendable.

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