Thiruvambadi, also spelled as Thiruvambady, is an important uneven town in Kozhikode territory of Kerala. It is arranged on the banks of Iruvanjippuzha which is a tributary of Chaliyar River. This town was developed in the midst of the British run the show. The other name for this town is Malayoram as it is arranged at the lower districts of these inclines. Thiruvambadi is graced by the nature with delightful mountains, valleys and waterfalls. Cultivating is the essential control of local people of this town. The essential cash harvests of the locale are flexible, coconut, arecanut, paddy, ginger, turmeric and pepper. Arippara Falls is an acclaimed explorer spot in Anakkampoyil, which is arranged at a partition of 15 km from Thiruvambadi. The waterfall is made by a tributary of the River Iruvanjippuzha.