Raghupathi Bhat, MLA of Udupi Constituency inaugurated the floating bridge in Malpe beach on Friday. The bridge will enable tourists to come and go as they please. Authorities have fixed the charges at Rs 100 per person above five years of age for 15 minutes time period.
The floating bridge in Malpe, which was inaugurated on Friday, will attract more tourists to the beach. Authorities have fixed the charges at Rs 100 per person above five years of age for 15 minutes time period.
The Malpe beach has now become famous for the floating bridge that has been constructed in the waters connecting promenades on both ends of the beach. The bridge was inaugurated by Udupi MLA K Raghupathi Bhat on Friday and he said that this will attract more tourists to the beach.
Malpe beach in Udupi district is likely to attract more tourists now that the authorities have completed a floating bridge here. The bridge, which was earlier closed for traffic due to heavy erosion at the coast, has been renovated at a cost of Rs 5 lakhs.
The Malpe floating bridge has been inaugurated on Friday. The bridge connects Malpe beach and Kadabooru Village across a lagoon to the mainland. It was built at a cost of Rs 3 crore.
Malpe beach is situated in Kundapura tq of Udupi district. It is about 65 km from Udupi and can be reached easily by local buses. Malpe beach is also known as Karavali beach. The Shiva temple situated on the shore at Malpe beach is an attraction for tourists coming