There is Cupola the basement of which is of a long countryside boat. It is located 250 mtrs away from Mulanthuruthy.
Monday, April 13, 2009
Udayamperoor Panchayat is a charming village situated 5 km from Mulanthuruthy, on the Ernakulam- Vaikom road. This beautiful place, steeped in history, is a major tourist destination in the district. An ancient Roman Catholic Church situated here had witnessed one of the famous religious exercises - the Synod of Diamper that had helped unite the Malabar Syrian Christians with the Roman Catholic Church. The church also houses the mortal remains of the last Raja of Villarvattom, who was a Christian convert.
This place is ideal for leisure activities. It was once know as the ” Nellara of Cochin Dynasty- because of the paddy cultivation there. It is an ideal place for hanging around. if you build a friend ship with the localites you can even try your hand in fishing. It is located 6 km away from mulanthuruthy town.
This place is famous for the legend that the hill named Thoombachirandy was formed by the dumping of earth which was stuck on the Shovel. It will make you wonder how such a peace of land came to be emerged and exposed other wise flatten surroundings.
The temple is not an old structure but it is a replica of the temple at Shivagiri, the Samadhi place of Sri Narayana Guru. The temple was opened to the public on 15-05-05. It is located 200 mtrs away from Mulanthuruthy town.
Named after a mythology that Rama had visited this place during the time when he was living in the wild.The name points out to the mythology of Ramayana story. This hill lies adajecent to Ramakunnu.