Munnar was the summer resort of the British India. Rising more than 1600 meters above sea level, the mountain peaks remain covered by a misty gown most of the year. At the foot hill of Anamudy, the tallest mountain in the Western Ghats. Munnar Hills Hill Stations in South India being known for their sleepy image and low profile need to be refurbished. Munnar has a lot of significance in its nomenclaturing and its glorious historical backdrop too, makes it no lightweight. Munnnar as a lesser-known Hill Station in India was the Summer Capital of British Raj in South India with numerous proud precedents attached to its history and origin. It is really a place waiting to be discovered.