Activities for a Rainy Day in Kannur

What to Do in Kannur When it Rains

Best Activities for a Rainy Day in Kannur

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  • aruvi007
    Kochi (Cochin), India67 contributions
    Very big well is there, one of the powerful subramaniya and naga is peralasserry.nearest railway station is thalassery, nearest airport is kannur
    Written 17 April 2022
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  • girihari
    Thane, India104 contributions
    Kottiyoor temple is known as Dakshina Kasi and the Vaishaka Festival at Akkare Kottiyoor is world famous. The main temple is opened throughout the year except for the time when the riverside deity is worshipped in Vaishaka month.

    Temple is situated around 45kms from the new Kannur Airport, which is 1 hour 30 minutes drive by car.

    Lord Shiva is the main deity.
    Written 23 October 2019
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  • Abduljaleel Sajid
    Qatar14 contributions
    Nice & clean, variety of shops to go for window shopping. They have a good collection of branded store too, with food court & children's play area.
    Written 20 February 2020
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  • wandererlust
    Mumbai, India154 contributions
    The Arakkal museum is located close to the heart of Kannur city, and is a place that mist be visited to understand the history behind the Arakkal  Ali Raja family, the only Muslim royal family in Kerala. The museum is based within the former residence of the royal family, and transports you to architecture, heirlooms and artefacts from a different era. This is a must visit for people who love their history. The museum is closed on Mondays and charges a nominal entry fee. The staff is friendly, and one gentleman in particular, ensured that we were guided appropriately on the history all around. 
    Written 25 December 2021
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