Padmanabhapuram is a town and a region close Thuckalay in Kanyakumari area in the Indian territory of Tamil Nadu. It has a normal height of 15 meters 49 feet. Padmanabhapuram had a populace of 21,342 with a sex-proportion of 1,029 females for each 1,000 guys, much over the national normal of 929. An aggregate of 2,120 were younger than six, comprising 1,084 guys and 1,036 females. Booked Castes and Scheduled Tribes represented 10.61% and 20.65% of the populace individually.
The prominent Padmanabhapuram Palace, the old castle of the Travancore rulers, is likewise situated here. It is spread over a territory of 6 sections of land 24,000 m2. The royal residence is known for it collectibles, including the arsenal of the illustrious family. The woodwork in this castle is mind boggling. This Palace is kept up by the Govt.of Kerala Archeology Department. Other vacationer areas incorporate Thirparappu Waterfalls, Hanging Bridge in Mathoor, Ancient Jain Temple in Chitharal a little town arranged at a separation of 8 km from Marthandam.
Thiruvallu Statue in Kanniyakumari. There are many temples around Padmnanbhapuram Palace: Padmanabhapuram Madan-Ishakkiamman Temple, Padmanabhapuram Bhuththan Temple, Padmanabhapuram Pillayar Temple, Padmanabhapuram Murgan Temple, Ramaswamy Temple, Padmanabhapuram Sarswathy Amman Temple, Perumal Temple, Neelakandaswamy Temple and so forth.