The most known ambalapuzha sri Krishna Temple in Alappuzha is a Hindu temple popular for the ‘palpayasam’, a delicious sweet pudding made of rice and milk offered to the deities as well as the visitors there. Famous among visitors as the ‘Dwaraka of the South’, this place is among the highly known places to see in Alleppey. The celebration in recognition of the bringing of the idol of Lord Krishna is the origin of the Amabalapuzha Temple Festival, also referred to as the Chambakulam Moolam water festival. This festival is conducted every year on the Moolam day of the Mithunam month of the Malayalam time. The Aaraattu festival is on the Thiruvonam day in March–April. pal payasam is the main diety to the devotees. There is nearly 15km to Alappuzha from here. Explore the beauty of kuttanad through Houseboating along the alapuzha backwaters.