Nilambur, a district in Kerela, is better known as the Land of Teak Plantations. The place has a great association with the history of Malabar with its vast forests, scenic beauty, unique flora and fauna, charming and sparkling water bodies. This place has a touch of history due to its vibrant colonial past. There are numerous places for sightseeing in this place. Conolly's Plot and The Teak Museum are the most popular tourist attractions of the town attracting huge number of visitors every year. Adyanpara Falls and Vellamthode Falls attract visitors from within and outside the country. Nedunayakam is a place located close to Nilambur and is known for its rain forests, elephant camps and wooden rest houses. The small village of Aruvacode, with its pottery work, attracts plenty of tourists. With the natural scenic beauty, this place serves as the ultimate tourist destination. The convenient and opted pathway to cover the distance of 155 km between the two beautiful cities is to hire a car. No direct trains buses or flights operate between these cities due to the short travel distance.
Distance between Mysore and Nilambur is and the average travel time is using a cab.
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Nilambur is a small town in the Malappuram district of Kerala. Due to plenty of teak plantations here, residents proudly call it the Town of Teaks. It resides near the Nilgiri hills of the Western Ghats on the banks of the Chaliyar River. It is about 40 km away from Malappuram city and 24 km from Majeri. Nilambur falls on the Kozhikode-Gudalur road, called the CNG road as it connects Kozhikode, Nilambur and Gudalur. An important tourist location, the hill station of Ooty is just 100 km away from Nilambur. Regular buses of the Kerala State bus services are available and can be booked online on the KSRTC website. Tourists can also book cabs with Savaari Car Rentals to get to Nilambur. It is also well connected via rail to other cities in Kerala. A direct train is available from the State capital Thiruvananthapuram. The nearest Airport is at Calicut, 45 km away..
Two km away from Nilambur across the longest hanging bridge of Kerala is the Conolly plot known to be the world first teak plantation. It was set up in 1842 by the District Collector H.V. Conolly in whose memory it is named. Another major tourist attraction is the thematic Teak Museum, which is maintained by the Kerala Forest Research Institute. Here one can find the world finest literature on teak and see pictures of the earliest plantations. Surrounded by dense forests, the Adyan Para Waterfalls on the Chaliyar are 14 km from Nilambur. It is believed that the water has medicinal properties. In Aruvacode near Nilambur is a pottery village by the name of Kumbham made famous by the artist Jinan. One can find beautiful pots, tiles and wall hangings here. Tourists can hire cabs from Savaari Car Rentals to visit locations in and around Nilambur.