Surathkal is located at Surathkal Railway Station Raod, Hosabettu, Surathkal, Mangalore, Karnataka 575014, India, we aim to offer all our customers a great experience with Surathkal and we would be happy to assist you with any questions you may have.

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Noel Sabu

5 Google Rating

The place is very beautiful, the station clean and facilities accessible

5/ 5

The place is very beautiful, the station clean and facilities accessible

S Nav

4 Google Rating

Very clean, neat and tidy railway station

4/ 5

Very clean, neat and tidy railway station

Pushpi Sharath

5 Google Rating

We are in mangala express , which is delayed due to landslide near Mangalore.i have been travelled a

5/ 5

We are in mangala express , which is delayed due to landslide near Mangalore.i have been travelled all over India in train.the most horrible fault of Indian railway is no proper information passing.many trains in India people simply sitting in train helplessly.even today no one Passover information except suratkal station.Give a big salute..hope Indian Railway will improve uptudated information to their travellers whenever train delayed or problem happened

Adolf Dza

5 Google Rating

Thanks to konkan railways... This railway station has saved lot of time and even convenient to peopl

5/ 5

Thanks to konkan railways... This railway station has saved lot of time and even convenient to people around surathkal and nitk... Yes, as this railway station is used by many localities there is a request for improvement..

Girish Devadiga

5 Google Rating

Loved it..

5/ 5

Loved it..

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