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Champakulam is a village in Kerala, India. It is in Alappuzha district. Champakulam is part of Kuttanad, the rice bowl of Kerala, and is resplendent in green paddy fields, coconut groves and water fowl. Champakulam is an important tourist spot and is famous for the Moolam boat race. The river Pampa flows through the village, splitting it into two. It is connected by road to Alappuzha, Changanassery and Edathua.


Champakkulam is a large village located in Kuttanad Taluka of Alappuzha district, Kerala with total 3932 families residing. The Champakkulam village has population of 15848 of which 7636 are males while 8212 are females as per Population Census 2011.


champakulam is a part of Kuttanad lies below the sea level which in itself is unique feature. Inhabited lands are about two to four feet below the sea level and the rice-paddy fields about ten feet below. Kuttanad is also the merging point of several rivers in Kerala such as Pamba, and Manimala


Main economic source is from agriculture and fisheries. Agricultural crises have become commonplace due to floods, droughts, floods and pest infestations. Impact of NRI economy has changed Transport facilities in the panchayat are very inadequate.


The land which is presently inhabitated by human population, is developed by reclaiming the waterlogged areas over the years. Thakazhi is drained by a nerwork of rivers and man-made channels.


Champakulam is an important tourist spot. There are hundreds of houseboats moving along the Pampa River every day. Champakulam church (Valia Palli) and Champakulam snake boat (and some other snake boats too) are some of the tourist attractions. There are a number of resorts where people can stay and enjoy the beauty of nature. Champakulam angadi has some art-emporiums where tourists might find items of interest.