Located 5 km away from the temple town of Udupi, Manipal is popularly known as the campus town. The coastal town is home to the Manipal group of Universities that attracts over 25000 students from all across the globe. In addition to this, the town is the international headquarters of Syndicate Bank. The town used to be a barren hill, but Dr. TMA Pai changed it with the introduction of the Kasturba Medical College in the year 1953. The town is located on a plateau from where one can witness a gorgeous panoramic view of the Western Ghats and the Arabian Sea. The town is well connected to every major city by an extensive network of buses. The closest railhead is Udupi Station and the closest airport is the Mangalore International Airport. Considering Manipal has such a large student population, it should come as no surprise that a number of families visit for admissions, visits, and more. If you’re in town and are looking for suitable family hotels in Manipal, you’ll be surprised at the number of options available. A great option to choose if you’re looking for comfort on a budget with the best family rooms in Manipal, choose Treebo. These hotels boasts excellent rooms with great amenities, like a recreation room with indoor and outdoor games, good restaurants with kid-friendly menus, in-room provisions for children such as a cradle, and complimentary meals for children below a certain age. Manipal is better known for its prestigious group of universities and is a favourite getaway for many students. There are however many places of interest to visit within the town. You can visit the TMA Pai Planetarium, Manipal Museum Anatomy and Pathology, End Point, and Manipal Lake. You can also spend a day at Udupi and visit popular attractions like Malpe Beach, Kaup Beach, Karkala, Sri Krishna Temple, and more. If you’re looking for dineout options, choose Dollop’s Restuarant, the Egg Factory, Eye of the Tiger, Hangayo Saiba, Woodland’s Restaurant, Sizzler's Ranch, Cafe 7 Bees, Snack Shack, Bacchus, and many more.
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