Triprayar Sri Rama Temple, situated on the banks of Thriprayar River, is one of the prominent religious destinations in Kodungallur. It is located at Thriprayar, about 26 km from Kodungallur town. Lord Rama, the seventh incarnation of Lord Vishnu, is the deity worshipped in this temple.
Myths and legends revolve around this small scenic temple and according to legends the idol installed in the temple was found by a local chieftain from the seashores. This idol is believed to contain the elements Lord Brahma, Lord Vishnu and Lord Shiva and hence is worshipped as Trimurthy.
This temple is famed for its significance in the Arattupuzha Pooram celebration. The temple complex comprises of a sanctum and a Namaskara Mandapam which has scenes from Ramayana, wooden carvings depicting the Navagrahas and ancient murals. Triprayar Sri Rama temple hosts regular performance of traditional art forms like the Koothu (drama).