chadayamangalam - Lord Shiva Temple (16Km from Punalur, 32Km from Kollam); Located at Chadayamangalam (M.C Road) in Kollam district. Chadayamangalam temple faces east and has a bronze dwaja prathishta. The annual festival ends with arattu on Thiruvathira day in Dhanu. The name Chadayamangalam is derived from the word Chadayan (Jadayan) which is another name for Lord Shiva. This place is also called Jadayumangalam because Jadayu attained moksha at this place and Lord Rama did tarppana for him at this place. Jadayuppara (rock) is near to this temple and attracts many tourists.
Chakkuvally Parabrahmam Temple.
Chathannoor - Bhootha nathan Temple (9Km from Paravur)
Cheriyazheekkal Sree Kasi Viswanatha Temple.
East Kallada - Koduvila Mahadevar
Edava - Mahadevar
Elur - Eravipuram Mahadeva Temple.
Eravipuram - Mahadevar
Kamuganchery Mattath thiruvilangonappan Temple.
Karunagapally - Padanayarkulangara Siva temple, 20 km from Kollam
Karunagapally - Ramankulangara Siva temple, 20 km from Kollam
Kottarakkara - Siva temple; Locally known as Padinjattinkara Siva temple, one among 108 Siva temples situates in Kottarakara. There are five poojas and Seeveli daily eight days festival. This temple is owned by Kottarakkara King family; now having Travancore Devaswom Board.
Kottukal, Ittiva, Kottarakkara taluk - rock cut temple.
Kottukkal - near manipuzha on the Thiruvananthpuram-Kottayam M.C.Road.
Kunnathoor - Thalayinakkavu Shiva Parvathi Kshethram; can reach the temple by traveling one km southward from Karallimukku in the Chavara- Sasthamcottah road. Bus facilities are available from Kollam, Karunagappally, Adoor, Kottakkara and Kayamkulam K.S.R.T.C Bus Station.
Punalur - Vettikkavala Mahadeva-Mahavishnu Temple; Located at Vettikkavala near Kottarakkara in Kollam district. Vettikkavala Temple is managed by Travancore Devaswom Board. This is an ancient temple. One day Lord Shiva and Lord Vishnu were travelling through this place. Attracted by the calmness and beauty of the place they decided to stay here. They send their servants Bhuthathan and Akkarathevar to find a suitable place for resting Bhuthathan identified the place for Shiva and Akkarathevar identified the place for Vishnu. Later temples were built at these places. Shiva temple is called Meloottu temple and Vishnu temple is called Keezhoottu temple. Both temples faces east and have copper dwaja prathishtas.