Pala is one of the most exotic, lush green places in Kerala, resided by loving ,educated, well-cultured people belonging to various castes and religions who live harmoniously and peacefully. Pala flourished as a town on the banks of the Meenachil river. A majority of the population consists of thriving farmers and businessmen. The main cultivation's are rubber, pepper, plantain, coconut and tapioca. Rice is the major part of the diet. Pala is blessed with numerous cultural and educational institutions which are counted among the best in the state.
The main attraction of Pala is the shrine Kurisupally, in the name of St. Mary. It is the pride of the residents of Pala. Its Jubilee Festival celebrations are carried out with grand fervor every year on December 8th by all people of Pala without any caste based or religious boundary.
How To Reach :
By Road/Bus :
Kottayam is well connected to the rest of Kerala and India by a wide network of motorable roads.
By Plane/Air :
The nearest international airport is at Cochin, located at a distance of around 80 kilometers.
By Train/Rail :
The railway station of Kottayam is located at a distance of just 2 kilometers from the bus station. There are regular trains from major cities of Kerala that come to Kottayam.