12 ° 59' to 13° 48' North
latitude 75° 12 East longitude
3875 mm. (Mostly in the months
of June September)
Best time to visit
October to May
Major Tourist Attractions
Krishna Temple, Malpe Beach, St.
Mary's Island, Kollur...
6 km from Udupi, 386 km from Bangalore.
Sita , Swarna, Varahi and Souparnika
304 per sq km
1093 per 1000 male
Udupi the land of ethereal
between the luxuriant mountains of the
western ghats on the east and the vast &
serene Arabian Sea on the west. The coastal
town , after installation of Idol of Lord Shree
Krishna in 12th century A.D., become very
famous tourist centre in India.
At present, the city is well known for its vivid
& religious cultural heritage, making it the
temple city of Karnataka. Shree Krishna
Temple in Udupi is first among the seven
places of pilgrimages.
Located in southern Karnataka;
carved out of Dakshina Kannada district.
Spread across 3 Talukas namely Udupi, Kundapura
Well known for religious & cultural heritage.
Situated about 58 km north of Mangalore and
about 422 km north-west of Bangalore.
Highest density of banking branch offices in the
state (Scheduled Commercial Banks).
Birth place of Udupi Hotels & 4 major public
sector banks (PSB).
Tulu - the most widely spoken language in Udupi.
Other spoken languages are
Konkani, Kannada and Beary bashe.
Udupi cuisine - synonymous with popular vegetarian
food found all over world.
is a natural port about six kilometers to the west
of Udupi, Karnataka, India. An important port and
fishing harbor on the Karnataka coast, Malpe is
situated at the mouth of the Udyavara river.Malpe
is part of Kodavoor Grama. It is a suburb in Udupi
city and is administerd by Udupi City Municipality.
Tulu, Kannada and Konkani are spoken here.