Kenwood villas are set in the people friendly town of Thiruvalla to keep up your high quality of life, situated at the most coveted residential area, access from the Amallur road of Manjadi junction,
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Thiruvalla is on the western border of Pathanamthitta District. Formerly some areas of present Changanacherry were parts of Thiruvalla. Now the boundaries of the taluk are Varattar Bridge on the south, Lappalam on the north,
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Thiruvalla is a city and Taluk located in Pathanamthitta district in the State of Kerala in India. The city is famous for its various religious festivals, schools etc. It is also the location of Nedumpuram Palace and Paliakkara Palace. Today Thiruvalla has the largest bank deposit in all of India.

Tourist Attractions

  • Sree Vallabha Temple
    The Flagpost of the Sree Vallabha Temple carved out from a single rock with a Garudan at the top, created by the legendary "Perumthachan".

  • Sabrimala Temple
    Aranmula kannadi or Aranmula metal mirror is a special type of mirror produced at Aranmula, a village in the state of Kerala in India. These unique metal mirrors are the result of Kerala's rich cultural and metallurgical traditions. The British Museum in London has a 45 centimeter tall Aranmula metal mirror in its collection. The origins of the Aranmula metal mirrors are linked with the Aranmula Parthasarathy Temple. Legend has it that eight families of experts in temple arts and crafts were brought by the royal chief to Aranmula from Tirunelveli district to work in the Parthasarathy temple centuries ago. Some undisclosed metals are alloyed with copper and tin to cast the mirrors. The procedure and metallurgy is now only known to a single family in Aranmula. To achieve their highly reflective surface, the finished mirrors need to be polished for one or two days.

  • River Pampa
    The long snaking river Pampa waters the western ghats including holy places like abarimala,Chakulathukavu, Maramon & Parumala church.

  • Parumala
    It is here that Mar Gregories Metropolitan the declared saint of Malankara Orthodox Church takes his eternal rest . The ormapperunnal celebrated on the first and second day of November every year is very famous and is the time a large number of people flock to this place for worship .

  • Niranam
    Niranam Church is believed to be one of the seven churches founded by St.Thomas himself. It is only a few yards away from this place that the great Malayalam poet Kannassa Panicker lived and wrote his main poetic works.

    The Christian community in Niranam is one of the oldest, anywhere in the world. Now almost all Christian Churches and denominations as well as other religions have a presence in Niranam. All are living in harmony and take part in festivals of other religions.


  • Sreevallabha Temple,Thiruvalla
  • Thiru Erankavu Temple ,Kavumbhagom
  • Sabarimala, one of the most important Hindu temples of Kerala.
  • Chakkulathukavu Bhagavathi Temple ,Neerettupuram
  • Aranmula Parthasarathi Temple
  • Muthoor Bhadrakali Temple ,Thiruvalla
  • Sree Dharmashastha Temple, Meenthalakara,
  • Mahadeva temple ,Kaviyoor
  • St.Thomas Marthoma Church
  • Niranam Church
  • Parumala Church
  • St.Johns Cathedral Church
  • St.Antony''s Syrian Catholic Church, Thiruvalla
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  • Gospel For Asia ,Manjadi,Thiruvalla
  • Evangelical Church Of India,Thiruvalla
  • St George Orthodox Church, (Paliakarapally)
  • Kattapuram Church, Kavumbhagom.
  • St.George Simhasanapally, Thiruvalla.
  • Parra English Worship Church,Thiruvalla
  • St. Malk Syrian Jacobite Church
  • India Life Church (I.L.C) Thiruvalla
  • Prayer Center,Nedumpuram


  • Thiruvalla Town Juma Musjid,Thiruvalla
  • Thiruvalla Muslim Association,Juma Masjid,Muthoor
  • Makdum Pally Juma Ath, Thukalassery
How To Get There

Nearest Port is Alleppey
Nearest Airport is Cochin
Nearest Railway station is Thiruvalla.