Mangalore is well known for its tall swaying coconut palms, temples and pristine beaches.Mangalore is 352 km west of, Bengaluru, between the Arabian Sea and the Western Ghats. Mangalore's diverse communities have different names for the city in their languages. In Tulu, the primary spoken language, the city is called Kudla, meaning “junction“, since the city is situated at the confluence of the Netravati and Gurupura rivers. In Konkani, Mangalore is referred to as Kodiyal. It provides a quick and soothing getaway from the city hustle bustle and yet preserves just the right amount of urban glitter. It offers a pleasant natural environment and is close to perfect with its shopping attractions with grand complexes and a vibrant seafood culture. Major tourist attractions in Mangalore are the beautiful beaches and the temples, churches and mosques. Mangaladevi temples, KREC Beach, Someshwara Beach, Panambur Beach, Tannirbavi Beach, Seemanthini Bai Bajai Museum are main attractions.
Mangalore is a clean city andan important business centre. It is known for its amazing beaches, seaports and a diverse culture. Mangalore has been ruled by various dynasties and empires from ancient times such as the Kadambas, Rashtrakutas, Chalukyas, the Vijaynagar Empire, the Portuguese and the British.
Located near A B Shetty circle in the city center, the Bibi belonged to the times of Tipu Sultan and was highly regarded by one and all.
Bajpe Airport (IXE) in Mangalore is well connected to all major cities in India
Mangalore is well connected to other major cities of the country via regular trains.Railway Station(s): Mangalore Junction (MAJN), Surathkal (SL), Mangalore Central (MAQ), Thokur (TOK), Ullal (ULL)
Mangalore is well connected by road network to major cities of India.
Share your moments