The Malabar Coast moist forests is a tropical moist broadleaf forest ecoregion of southwestern India. It lies along India's Malabar coast, in a narrow strip between the coast and the Western Ghats range, which runs parallel to the coast. It has an area of 35,500 square kilometers (13,700 square miles) which includes parts of Maharashtra, Goa, Karnataka, and Kerala states.
The ecoregion extends from sea level to the 250 meter contour of the Western Ghats. It is bounded on the east by the North Western Ghats moist deciduous forests in Maharashtra and Karnataka, and the South Western Ghats moist deciduous forests in Kerala.
Very little of the natural vegetation of the ecoregion remains; it has largely been cleared for agriculture, grazing, and teak plantations.