100 meter North to the railway station, parallel to MC road and in heart of Chengannur town Vandimala Devasthanam temple Situate.
Chengannur is a town 117 km north of the state capital Thiruvananthapuram on the MC Road, on the bank of charming Pamba with the nearest towns Pandalam on the south, Thiruvalla on the north, Mavelikkara on the west and Aranmula and Pathanamthitta on the east.
Chengannur is famous for Chengannur Mahadeva temple. This temple was constructed centuries back by the gifted Perunthachan.
Thiruchittattu Sree Krishna Temple (Concecrated by Yudhishtira ), Puliyoor Sree Krishna temple (Concecrated by Bhimasena ), Aramula Parthasarathi temple (Concecrated by Arjuna ), Thiruvanvandoor Sreekrishna temple ( Concecrated by Nakulan )and Thrikkodithanam Sree Krishna temple ( Concecrated by Sahadevan), a mountain named Pandavan Paara , etc are the famous attractions in the reach of Chengannur.
Apart from Sabarimala, major and important temples like Chettikulangara temple, Pandalam Valiyakoyikkal temple, Sasthamkulangara Narasimha Murthi Temple, Sharngakavu Devi Temple-Venmoney (famous for the Vishu Festival), Gandharvamuttam Devi Temple – Mulakuzha, Kozhuvalloor Devi Temple (Famous for Kumbha Karthika Festival) , etc also adorn this devine town.
The river Pampa at Aranmula is the venue of the famous snake boat race during the onam festival season.