"Lazy, unpretentious!" Mangalore by alycat

Mangalore Travel Guide: 13 reviews and 54 photos

Serenity unlimited

Old world charm with narrow lined streets, breezy coconut trees, small gable-roofed houses, serene beaches, temples and mosques, the aroma of spicy coconut curries.... Mangalore is a city of vivid contrasts. Unfolding an enchantment that never ends. Mangalore is formed by the convergence of the rivers Netravathi and Gurupur and derives its name from the presiding deity Mangladevi. It is growing as a major commercial hub with a splash of an old-world charm.

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  • Pros:Laid back, coastal delight, and a terrific beach
  • Cons:None
  • In a nutshell:I'd like to retire in such a town
  • Last visit to Mangalore: Jul 2008
  • Intro Updated May 9, 2016
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