Kallil Temple, an ancient cave temple of Southern India (the cave is of neolithic era) is just about 15 km away near Perumbavoor (via Paipra-Methala route)
A Hill station which lies 90 km east, beyond Munnar,you can reach another Hill Station in the state of Tamilnadu called Kodaikanal which is 240kms from Muvattupuzha
-,another Hillstation is 72 kms via Thodupuzha,Erattupetta towns.is a untampered,less crowded Virgin Hill station in Kottayam district.
(valley where leaves don't fall) - a hill station near Melukavu Mattom via Thodupuzha,with gigantic hills around 3200 ft high. Famous for the legend that says the pool here was a bathing place for Panchali the legendary heroine of the Mahabharata.
Hillstation -still another Serene Hillstation is 60kms south.
It is famous for being a town with three rivers joining to form Muvattupuzha. It lies at almost sea level, with small hills across the region,common characteristics of midland. It is an important town in central Kerala, India. It lies between the cities of Thrissur in North and Kottayam in South on the Main Central (MC) Road which runs along the length of the old Travancore, from Trivandrum to Angamaly. The town is full of greenery and decorated by the smooth-flowing Thodupuzha and Muvattupuzha rivers through the centre of the town. It was part of Vadakkumkoor Kingdom until it was captured by Travancore King.
Many non-Keralites cannot pronounce "Muvattupuzha", so commonly "Muvattupusha" is better understandable to others if you cannot pronounce "zha".
The town is separated by the Old Bridge which was supposedly the first concrete bridge in India.The main attraction for Muvattupuzha is the Muvattupuzhayaar or Muvattupuzha river which is very calm and cleanly flowing. In fact, the town is named after the river Muvattupuzha which flows through it. The name is made up of three Malayalam words 'Moo' which stands for 'three', 'aaru' - river, and 'puzha' - which also means a river. 'Aaru' is a word that is usually used to mention rivers in the southern half of Kerala, while 'puzha's are used to mention northern rivers. The three rivers in this case are the Kothamangalam river, Kaliyar and Thodupuzha, which merge to form a single river.This attribute is called Thriveni Sangamam' in Malayalam Language. If you are coming to Cochin, it is easy to and definitely worth visiting this town,as it is the major route to eastern parts of Kerala like Munnar via NH49 and towards various tourist attractions at Idukki District.
There are a lot of Tourist Attractions in the Eastern Border of Muvattupuzha Taluka Which is Idukki District like Thekkadi,Periyar Wildlife Reserve.