Gazing down from the heights, you'll find solace in the enchanting beauty of Kollam district's rural villages. As you make your way to the top of Malamel Para, be ready for a delightful surprise: the enchanting dance of floating clouds and the revitalizing mountain breeze, delivering a moment of sheer wonder. The destination, nestled amid lush greenery, would provide a birds-eye view of villages including Anchal, Kulathupuzha, Channappetta, and Kudukkathupara. Malamel may also be the only spot where sandalwood trees naturally grow in non-forest settings.
Along with the breathtaking vista, the breeze coming in from the dense sandalwood trees also delivers the lovely scent of the sandalwood and lemon grass that grows in the meadows. A number of hillocks, including Kochunadukanippara, Pullakkampara, Ambalampara, Kombukuthipara, Kudappara, Golandarappara, Nadappara, and Shankoothupara, encircle the area. The inhabitants have a strong belief that these temples bring prosperity to the region. The charm of this spot is highlighted by a small cave-like thing that separates Nadappara and Nadukanippara.