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  • Cloistered Carmel, Mangalore
    Cloistered Carmel, Mangalore
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  • Angry sea at Ullal , Mangalore
    Angry sea at Ullal , Mangalore
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  • Roof Top Pool at Mangalore Club
    Roof Top Pool at Mangalore Club
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Mangalore Things to Do

  • Ullal Beach

    Karnataka, with its vast 320 kilometer coastline, has many popular beaches. Among the many beaches , Ullal Beach is arguably one of the best. Ullal is a fishing village and is located 12 kilometers from Mangalore on the south banks of river Nethravathi . The place has several 16th Century cathedrals and churches adorning its landscape.

  • Bronze Idol at Moodbadri

    Savirakambada Basadi (Thousand Pillars Temple) built in AD 1462 is famous for its stone sculpture. The eight feet tall idol of Chandranatha is established in the garbha gruha. The bronze idol of Lord Chandranatha Swami in the sanctum of this basadi is considered to be very sacred. The temple construction was a joint effort of the rulers, the Jain...

  • Cloistered Carmel

    This simple church attracts people who believe in ' living a life of prayer , adoration and contemplation in silence and solitude'.Unfortunately it is located on a busy road in Mangalore city .I do not know if the believers ever get to enjoy silence though , thanks to the traffic on the road outside.

  • Moodabidri Jain Temple

    The Thousand Pillar Jain Temple in Moodbidiri near Mangalore is well worth a visit.The unique style of Jain temple architecture is a feast to the eyes. A whole host of idols carved out of precious stones like diamonds , jade , sapphire, topaz and the like are displayed in a nearby building to which only small groups of Jains are allowed .The head...

  • Temple Visits in South India this may help give u an idea of distances from dhramastala so you can plan your trip.Im sure if you chk on the same site for distances from mLore you will be able to plan better. AS for Talacauvery you can book in Madikeri or there abouts . I can help u with acco in that area as i am based in Coorg ....

  • Feel Blessed

    Mangalore is named after the local Hindu deity Mangaladevi. The Mangaladevi temple is about 3 km from the Mangalore city railway station. Next to the temple is Sri Ramakrishna Balakashrama Mission . A visit to this Ashram is a must. The Ashram is home for around 65 boys. After entering the main gate you will find main office at right side and a...


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  • The Ocean Pearl

    89A, Navbharat Circle, Kodial Bail, Mangalore, 575003, India

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Business

  • Manjarun Hotel

    Old Port Road S K Mangalore Karnataka 575 001

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Solo

    Hotel Class 3.5 out of 5 stars

  • The Gateway Hotel Old Port Rd Mangalore

    Old Port Road, Mangalore, Karnataka, 575 001, India

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Solo

    Hotel Class 3.5 out of 5 stars

Mangalore Restaurants

  • do not miss this mangalorean food.

    No matter from which country you are from, if you are in mangalore in india and you are in search of very good vegetarian food, then try this hotel. It is a star hotel with very good accomodation.Ask for vegetarian section in the ground floor. It has a beautiful AC Hall. Ask for south indian veg thali meal. You get two chapatis , one plate rice,...

  • Local cuisine

    A relic of the 1920's I guess, just like any city has a place that has been there since ages, a place where your granny has munched the flour as well, on serious recommendation we landed at Bombay Lucky. It is quite an old restro on Bander street, Mohammed Ali Road. It has a typical coastal feel to its cuisine and the food is good, so you might as...

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Mangalore Transportation

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    Towards Mangalore

    by johnbradshawlayfield Written Oct 4, 2006

    Transportation in India is not a problem. There are regular flights from Mumbai, Delhi, Chennai, Kolkatta, Bangalore and other indian cities to Mangalore. Trains and road are other options.

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Mangalore Off The Beaten Path

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    Karkal Ancient Statue

    by bradbeaman Updated Aug 1, 2006

    Visit this Jain pilgrimage spot to see a fascinating statue on the lines of Shravanabelagola.

    On your or you way back from Karkal (20 Kms from Karkal) you can visit Moorabidre where you will find an ancient Jain temple (1429) famous for 1000 pillars.

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