Kayamkulam is a tiny village located on the western belt of India in the state of Kerala. Situated on the banks of the Arabian Sea, the place is nearly equidistant from Alleppey and Kollam, both of which provide link with the stunning Kerala backwaters. The place is well connected by rail and road services to other cities in the area as well as other corners of the country.
Kayamkulam derived its name from the two words kayam (sap of a spice tree) and kulam (a pond). Kayamkulam was a part of erstwhile Travancore state for a long time and was a prominent center of art and architecture. Several temples and palaces were constructed during that period.
Bus Transportation: Kayamkulam is well connected to all parts of kerala. There are regular KSRTC bus services and private bus services.
Railway stations: Nearest stations are available at Kayamkulam , Mavelikara(8 kilometres), Chengannur (25 kilometres) and Thiruvalla (35 kilometres) .
Airports: Nearest airport are at Thiruvananthapuram (100 kilometres) and Cochin International Airport (150 kilometres).
- Kayamkulam Palace
- Sanker Cartoon Museum
- Kayamkulam Beach
- Kandal Clouds
- Amritapuri Ashram
- Chettikulangara Temple
- Mannarasala Temple
- Vetticode Nagaraja Temple
- Oachira Temple
- Pullukulangara Ayyappa Temple
- Sreemuruka Temple, Haripad
- Kadeesha Jacobite Church
- Salem Marthoma Church
- St. Antony's Catholic Church,
- Global Marian Pilgrim Center, Kattachira
- Orthodox Syrian Church, Cheppad