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    Munnar Attractions
  • Neelakurinji
  • Top Station
  • Echo Point
  • Lockhart Gap View Point
  • The Blossom International Park
  • Tea Gardens of Munnar
  • Tea Museum and Tea Processing

  • Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary
  • Eravikulam National Park
  • Thattekad Bird Sanctuary

    Places around Munnar
  • The Christ Church
  • Pothamedu
  • Pallivasal
  • Nyamakad
  • Devikulam
  • Anamudi Peak
  • Periyar
  • Marayoor
  • Chithirapuram
  • Rajamalai
  • Vagavurai
  • Meesapulimala
  • Thodupuzha
  • Meenuli

    Waterfalls in and around Munnar
  • Athukkal Water falls
  • Powerouse Water falls
  • Valara Water falls
  • Cheeyapara Falls
  • Luckom Water falls
  • Chinnakanal water falls
    Dams and Lakes in and around Munnar
  • Mattupetty Lake and Dam
  • Anayirankal Dam
  • Kundala Lake
  • Panniar Dam

  • Animals in Munnar
  • Munnar Festivals
  • Munnar Shopping
  • Agriculture
  • Flora and Fauna
  • Schools and Colleges in Munnar
  • Activities and Sports in Munnar
  • Accommodation
  • Hospitals
  • Banks & ATMs
  • Recreation
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    Munnar is situated at the confluence of three mountain streams namely Mudrapuzha, Nallathanni and Kundala near Bodimettu border of Tamil Nadu in Idukki District, Kerala.
    Munnar - മുന്നാര് - मुन्नार - மூணார்

    This hill station, located at an altitude of 1600 m above sea level, was once the summer resort of the erstwhile British government in South India. Sprawling tea plantations, picture book towns, winding lanes and holiday facilities make this a popular resort town. Among the exotic flora found in the forests and grasslands is the 'Neelakurinji'. Munnar is one of the most popular Hill Station in Kerala. The holiday facilities, peaceful environment and the tranquility that it provides make it the perfect serenity spot to rejuvenate and revive the most jaded of travelers.

    Completely dotted with lakes, reservoirs, mountains streams, rough and scaly rocks, wooded valleys, wavy grass hills, this hill station offers a great variety choices at short intervals. Along the quite drives of Munnar, through the unending sea of tea plantations, signs of human life itself is a rare sight apart from similarly attired plantation workers. Playing mists, soul searching winds, hurling waterfalls, cold monsoons, picturesque town, fragrant cardamom bushes, sprawling tea plantations, shaven silver oaks, indomitable elephant herds, long winding lanes, the bluish tint of the Neelakkurinji mountains, floating tunes of early morning radio, strangely uniform herds of plantation workers are all synonymous landmarks of Munnar. The mist in the valleys around and the floating clouds give a heavenly feeling.

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