Mundakayam

Mundakayam is a small town in Kottayam District of Kerala state, South India. It is the gateway to the high ranges of Kerala, and is at the border of Kottayam and Idukki districts. It is here that the high ranges of south Kerala start. It is one of the most developed towns in Kerala, with rubber plantations, and greenery. The river Manimala runs through Mundakayam. Nearby locations include Panchalimedu, Kuttikkanam, 15 km drive from Mundakayam town and is around 3500 feet above sea level, Peermade and Thekkady.

An All India Agricultural & Industrial Exhibition was held here in 1967 which was inaugurated by Hindi film maestro Sunil Dutt. Malayala Manorama Daily once listed Mundakayam as the place with the highest cost of living in India. It is still included in the list of places whose consumer price indices are published by the Indian government Union Labour Ministry at regular intervals.


Town:
Angamaly - Muvattupuzha -Thodupuzha-Erattupetta-Kanjirappally- Mundakayam Thiruvananthapuram - Kottarakkara - Adoor - Pathanamthitta - Ranni - Erumeli - Mundakayam Kottayam - Ponkunnam - Kanjirappally - Mundakayam Kochi/Cochin -Thalayolapparambu - Ettumanoor-Pala - Ponkunnam - Kanjirappally - Mundakayam Sabarimala - Pampa - Erumeli - Vandanpathal - Mundakayam
Airport:
Kochi International Airport is located about 93 km is the nearest airport from the Kottayam City.
Railway Station:
There is no railway station near to Mundakayam in less than 10 km. How ever Kottayam Rail Way Station is major railway station 43 KM near to Mundakayam
District:
Idukki
Longitude:
9.536552
Latitude:
76.886616

Tourist Place to Visit in Idukki District, Kerala