Oxygen Resorts Associate – Silvertips, Munnar is situated in the scenic hill station of Munnar in Kerala. This one of a kind movie themed room resort would prove to be a rare, refreshing and relaxing experience. The impressive decor & interiors of the lobby area reflects the grandeur of the famed Hindi movie, Mughal e Azam as the guest drifting through the hotel & step into their luxurious rooms, the movie theme on which the resort is built, sinks in. The luxury and exclusiveness of the rooms are well complimented by the amenities in the resort which include state of the art conference halls, a gym, a recreational lounge complemented with a projector & a video library & a holistic Ayurvedic centre.
Munnar is a scenic town and hill station which is located in the Idukki district of the southwestern Indian state of Kerala. Munnar looks reminiscent of a picture postcard striking town where there are admirable and well manicured gardens and extensive lanes bordered by foliage. Munnar is more often than not termed the "Kashmir of South India" and is a favored destination for honeymooners. The tea gardens and winding roads of the hills depict the pristine green face of southern India. Even as the tourist experiences the feeling of calm and bliss while navigating through the foggy paths, the beauty of cold starry nights takes them to a world far away from the bustle of city life. The delicious street and local Kairali cuisine are truly a foodie’s delight, apart from the range of assorted varieties of western and continental fare. Breakfast in Munnar can consist of a huge selection of quite a few types of dosa and idlies. There is the local favourite called iddiumppam (a unique rice-based local delicacy) which is served with vegetable stew, which is to be had in the mornings in Munnar. Vegetarians have the options of choosing a Sadya (a distinctive Kairali thali served on a banana leaf) comprising vegetable pachadi (salad), elaneer payasam or tender coconut kheer, mezhukkupurattai or mixed vegetable stir fry, mixed vegetable thoran, puli enji, rice with sambar and rasam.
There are quite a lot of sightseeing attractions in the region in and around Munnar. The tea plantations and dreamy mountain sights of Munnar are a pleasure to travel through and have a charm of their own. There are quite a lot of sightseeing attractions in the region in and around Munnar. Some of the major ones are the Mattupetty dam, which is 11.3 km from Munnar; the famous Anamudi Peak is 10.8 km from Munnar. There is the Kundala Lake, which is an artificial reservoir situated between the mountain ranges and is a 20 km drive from Munnar by car. Echo Point is popular among tourists and located 15 km from Munnar. Some of the major ones are the Mattupetty dam, which is 11.3 km from Munnar; the famous Anamudi Peak is 10.8 km from Munnar. There is a Kundala Lake, which is an artificial reservoir situated between the mountain ranges. It is a 20 km drive from Munnar by car. Echo Point is popular among tourists and located 15 km from Munnar. Ernakulam National Park is located about 15 km from Munnar, and is one of the must visit places when one is on holiday in this beautiful town of Kerala. The time-honored Tea Museum was built by Tata Tea in 2005, keeping in mind the interested tourists who want to appreciate and gain deeper knowledge about processing tea methods and techniques.