SM Street in Kozhikode is a commercial street. This acronym means "Sweetmeat Street." Calicut's street halva is a must-try.
Domestic tourists visit this beach on weekends. Foodies from throughout the nation flock to the beach for street food and pickles.
This place would give you the best sense of the city's culture. It is right in the middle of the city and right next to SM Street.
The Kozhikode–Wayanad road passes this waterfall. This waterfall is on Chalippuzha River. Waterfall cascades 75 m. The waterfall's icy spray is stunning.
This off-beat place will rejuvenate and relax you. A stone monument commemorates Vasco da Gama's arrival on the beach, attracting tourists for photos.
This beach is where the Chaliyar River meets the Arabian Sea. This estuary makes this beach more appealing. A tourist bridge across the sea is another beach attraction.
The science centre is open 10:30–6:30. If you want to see 3D shows at the centre, be there at the right time.
Records show this temple was established in the 14th century. From Kozhikode Railway Station, you may reach the temple in 1 km.
The islands that make up this bird sanctuary offer island tourist opportunities. Boat rides allow you to see lush mangrove forests and a variety of migratory species.
This is perfect for history buffs visiting Kozhikode. Kozhikode's history and heritage can be discovered by visiting this museum.