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Being the chief port city in the state of Karnataka, Mangalore or Mangaluru is located between the Western Ghats mountain ranges and the Arabian Sea. This city lies on the backwaters of the Gurupura and Netravati rivers and is used as a staging point along the Coast of Malabar for sea traffic.

Best Time to Visit Mangalore

The best time to visit Mangalore are between the months of December to February as the heat and humidity are at the lowest and the days are very cool and pleasant. The temperature stays below 30 degrees Celsius during these months and drops to around 19 degrees Celsius at night.

Places to Visit in Mangalore

Mangalore is known for being home to some of the most beautifully sculpted and designed temples which boast of the rich cultural heritage of this city. The Mangaladevi Temple, Kadri Manjunath Temple, Bahubali and the Gokarnanatheswara Temple are the most visited and popular ones with many more to follow. The St Aloysius Chapel is located on the Lighthouse Hill and a beautiful place to visit while the Milagres Church is a popular holy place for Christians being visited by thousands of people each year. To reach the Tannirbhavi Beach, you must take a car or public transport from the Kuloor Bridge. Alternately, you can also use the ferry via Gurupura River which is from Sultan Battery. This place is also home to several popular Mangalore hotels.

OYO Rooms: Hotels in Mangalore

Booking an accommodation which helps you explore the city better while also proving to be comfortable and relaxing is the essence of having a nice trip. OYO Rooms in hotels in Mangalore are the perfect choice for both leisure and official travellers as they are quite reasonable priced while being the epitome of comfort and luxury no matter which city you are in. The OYO Rooms near the Mangalore Railway Station and Balmatta Main Road are just perfect for individuals who are visiting the city for official purposes and are the best cheap hotels in Mangalore. You can avail free parking facilities and complimentary breakfast while staying here. If your work does not permit you to stay in this place for long, then these rooms allow you to use most of days, pack your stuff and catch your train at the last minute.
Being close to the Anand Shetty and Milagres Bus Stops, it allows you to commute within the city easily too. The rooms near the railway station are close to the Panambur Beach and Fun City too along with some great local restaurants. Another ideal place for business travellers would be the OYO Apartments in Kottara which are near to the Mangalore Airport. Enjoy parking, laundry and complimentary breakfast in these apartments. Choose the OYO rooms in Hampankatta which are the most reasonable rates you will get in the city while also being extremely comfortable to stay in. It is an ideal choice for honeymoon couples and those looking to stay in a calm and peaceful hotel in Mangalore all by themselves. Local buses and taxis allow you to commute to other parts of the city easily. OYO Rooms in Kottara are in close vicinity to some of the best tourist spots such as the Tannirbhavi Beach, Panambur Beach and Kadri Manjunath Temple to begin with. Indulge in some great shopping at Bharath Mall and Empire Mall. Enjoy parking facilities and swimming pool in this hotel. The OYO Rooms on Light House Hill Road help you cover not only the Light House which is a famous tourist spot but also the St Aloysius Chapel and Milagres Church which are very near to this road. This is a great budget hotel in Mangalore for all types of travellers. Have you booked your OYO Room in Mangalore yet?

Events in Mangalore

Janmashtami: August
Janmashtami is celebrated with high festive spirits in Mangalore. People make elaborate arrangements and preparations to mark the birthday of Lord Krishna. Women prepare laddus and scrumptious sweets made of milk and butter to offer in temples. Young kids dress themselves as the Lord to perform in schools and temples. A Rasa Leela is also performed to recreate the incidents of Krishna's life. In some temples and streets Mosaru Kudike ritual is held. Groups of young men form a human pyramid and compete to break a high-hanging clay pot filled with buttermilk. The streets echo with laughter and prayers on the occasion. You can indulge in this grand celebration by booking your OYO in Mangalore and gather wonderful memories of the festival.
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