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Sultan Bathery

Sultan Bathery

Kerala, South India, Boating, Caves, Hill station, Masjid, Mountian Biking, Musuem, Nature, River crossing, Valley, Water falls, Wildlife Sanctuary

Sultan Bathery is a town in Wayanad district of kerala. Earlier it was named as Sultan’s Battery. In Wayanad district this is the largest town. Town got this name after Tipu Sultan had stationed his battery of field guns, at the time of invaded Kerala. Climate is so cool and it is beautiful place with lush green hills. Spice plantation is most famous in this place. Wayand is the biggest shopping place in Sultan Bathery. Worth buying things in this town are home appliances, electronics, textiles, and agricultural appliances.


What to see in Sultan Bathery:

Sri Maha Ganapathy Temple: It is one of the main attractions of the town. This temple is dedicated to Lord Ganesha. Other shrines of this temple are Goddess Saraswathi, Lord Sri Nagar, Sri Sivan, and Sri Ayyappa.

Jain Temple: This temple was built in 13th century at Bangalore – Kozhikode highway. This temple is famous for beautiful Keralite architectural styles and carvings on the walls. It is dedicated to Lord Ananthanatha Swami.


What to see around Sultan Bathery:

Wayanad Wildlife sanctuary: It is 14kms away from the town. This sanctuary was established in 1973. Area covered by this sanctuary is 344.44 Major Attraction of this sanctuary are Wild dogs, Civets, Panthers, Jungle cats, Monkeys etc…

Agricultural Research station: It is located at Ambalavayal town which is 10kms away from the town. This conducts research on fruits, vegetables, paddy, and spices.

Edakkal Caves: These are considered as earliest human settlement on the planet. Length is 96feet and width is 22 feet.

Thovarimala Ezhuthupara: This place is famous for cave. It is considered as rare historic treasure. This place is located 5kms away from Sultan Bathery and it is located at Nenmeni.

Phantom Rock: This place is famous for skull shaped rock formation. It is popularly known as Cheengeri Mala. It is located 10kms away from the town.

Chethalayam Falls: These falls are located 41kms away from the town. Black granite stones are most famous in this place. Trekking activity takes place at this falls.

Ambalavayal Heritage Museum: It is located 10kms away from the town. Rare artifacts which belong to 2nd century are placed here.

St.Thomas Orthodox Church: It is located in Malankarakkunnu which is 11kms away from the town. Sultan Bathery Diocese is maintaining this church.

Kalpetta: It is located 24kms away from the town. This place is famous for Sanctuaries, valleys, waterfalls and huge number of temples.


Getting to Sultan Bathery: This place is well connected with road. From Karnataka and Kerala buses are available to reach Sultan Bathery. Nearest railway station and air port is located at Kozhikode which is 100kms away from the town.


Getting around Sultan Bathery: Buses and Taxis are available to visit the surrounding places of Sultan Bathery.


Best time to visit Sultan Bathery: Best time to visit this place is between October to March.


Where to stay in Sultan Bathery: Plenty of hotels can be seen in Sultan Bathery. Few resorts are also available to stay in Sultan Bathery.


Where to eat in Sultan Bathery: Huge number of restaurants is available to eat in Sultan Bathery. North Indian, South Indian and Chinese cuisines are available.

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