Malampuzha gardens situated around 5 kms from Palakkad town, is a dam cultivate goal. It is one of the spearheading hydel tourism areas in Kerala. The primary fascination is simply the dam. It is worked over a tributary of Bharatapuzha, one of biggest waterways of Kerala. The repository enveloping a catchment territory of 145 sq kms, is one of the biggest in Kerala. Palakkad, generally a dry locale, turned out to be very profitable to be named as 'the rice bowl of Kerala'. It happened so simply because of the water supply from Malampuzha dam.
Malampuzha gardens are very much arranged and improved by wellsprings and figures. The statue of Yakshi at Malampuzha is titanic, flighty and very renowned. It is made by Kanai Kunhiraman, the prestigious stone carver of Kerala. Malampuzha gardens are set towards the front side of the dam, on either side of a waterway.