The Skycab Langkawi is the top tourist attraction on the island and is perched above the Machincang Cambrian Geoforest and the gondolas provide a 360 degree view, the VIP gondolas also have a glass bottom to view the canopy of the forest below. The gondolas don’t have air conditioning so keep that in mind if you have traveling in the hot afternoon as they do get pretty warm inside and the airflow isn’t great. Once you reach the top you will be 708 metres above sea level and the views are just amazing.
Theni changes itself into an awesome green rug covering generous pieces of the elevated Western Ghats. From the perfectly lined ranches of cardamom, espresso, and tea, the solid smell fills the air that adds to the intrigue of the town.
India’s ‘Spice Capital’ is all about lush greeneries and heart-warming ambience, hence the name “God’s Own Country’! And while in Malampuzha, located in the Palakkad district, you can feel the true essence of Kerala and its bountiful nature.Mostly covered by evergreen vegetation, this part of the state is a picture-perfect display of how we should co-exist with Mother Nature. Malampuzha’s undulating beauty and tranquillity makes it a must to visit place in the entire region of Southern India.
Nelliampathy (or Nelliampathi) is fondly called the ‘God’s Own Village’! Located around 60km from Palakkad, this quaint hamlet is one of the least explored and equally stunning hill stations in Kerala.With a captivating range of hills that soar up to an astounding height of 467-1,572m, Nelliampathy serves as an ideal getaway to enjoy and revel in the alluring charm of India’s Backwater Capital. With lofty peaks, rugged trails, and around 10-hair pin bends, this tiny, yet enthralling hill station also serves as a hotspot among the thrill and fun seekers.
Ramanathapuram coast is widely known for pearl fishing. The Pandya kings who dominated over this district exploited the pearl fisheries of the east coast. The Cholas who succeeded Pandyas now not best patronized pearl fishing however additionally developed it with high-quality care within the Palk bay and Gulf of Mannar. Marco Polo (1260- 1300) who traveled here at some point of this period says in his account that the pearl fishing became monopolised by Pandyas.
The huge quantity of pearls accrued from the pearl beds had been exported to Mediterranean nations.