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Palakkad, Attappadi intro. Attapadi sits amongst some of the most incredible scenery of the area around Palakkad, itself graced with some of the finest natural attractions in India. Visitors lodging in Attapadi hotels find themselves in the ideal location from which to explore such fantastic attractions as the local forest reserve, which sees vast verdant forests tumbling over the peaks of the Western Ghats. To the north lie the Silent Valley National Park and the Mukurthi National Park. A few kilometres to the south are the Kanjirappuzha Dam and the Siruvani Dam, at Pattivasal. Many of these can be visited by road, with the local highway following the wandering waters of the Bhavani River, which rises in this area. Panoramic views across the mountains are available from many scenic stops in these hills, and tourists often also enjoy the tea plantations that dot the area. One of the most popular views is of the striking Malleswaran peak, which can be enjoyed both from afar and close up.