Malampuzha is a mini hydoro-electric project built across Malampuzha river (a tributory of Bharathapuzha) in Palakkad district of Kerala, South India. It is also the biggest irrigation project in Kerala with a large network of canal systems. It is also one of Kerala's major tourist spots.
Started in 1949, the dam was commissioned in 1955. The capacity of the dam is 115.06 metres (375.15 ft).
Other attractions are the Malampuzha Gardens, Rope Way, Snake Park, Rock Garden and the aquarium. Within the Malampuzha Gardens is a large cement sculpture named Yakshi, created by the famous sculptor Kanayi Kunhiraman.
There is also an amusement park, Fantasy Park, 2 km away from Malampuzha dam.
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