A Hotel at Kalady
Near Cochin International Airport
Toursim Info
Santa Cruz Bascillica - Fort Kochi
A visit.It is a specimen of portugese architecture built in 1503. ‘Frescoes’and mural paintings decorate the ceiling and interior parts of the church.

Bastion Bunglow - Ernakulam
Built in the Indo-European style way back in 1667 AD, Bastion Bungalow get its name from its location on the site of the Stromberg Bastion of the old, Dutch fort

Santa Cruz Bascillica
Bastion Bunglow

Bhoothathankettu-50 km north east of Ernakulam town

Scenic dam site with boating facilities is situated in a vast virgin forest. It is a popular picnic sport with Salim Ali Bird Sanctuary near by.

Bolghatty- 3 kms from Ernakulam byBoat
Bolghatty palace built by the Dutch in 1744. Later it became the seat of the British Resident of Cochin. Today it is a hotel run by K.T.D.C. The grounds have a small golf course & several vantage points for lovely views of the harbour & the sea

Bhoothathankettu
Bolghatty

Chendamangalam-about 42 km from Ernakulam

This land was once the abode of the Paliath Achans, the prime ministers of the Maharajas of Kochi. Their residence, the Paliam Palace represents the architectural splendour of Kerala. The Palace houses a collection of historic documents and relics.

Cherai Beach
Cherai Beach offers a unique combination of sea and backwaters rimmed by lush green coconut palms.

Chendamangalam
Cherai

Children's Park- Ernakulam

A high-tech children's Park with Non-Conventional Energy Museum and Musical Fountain. The Children enjoy a lot with the facilities available here.


Chottanikkara Temple

Mother Goddes worshipped in three different forms - as Saraswati in the morning - draped in white, as Bhadrakali at noon draped in crimson, andas Durga in the evening decked in blue

Dutch Palace-Ernakulam
The Dutch palace or Mattancherry palace was originally built by the Portuguese and presented to the Raja of Cochin, Veera Kerala Varma in 1555. It was later taken over by the Dutch who improved it through extensions and repairs in 1663.

Chottanikkara Temple
Dutch Palace

Hill Palace-13 Kms from Cochin on the Ernakulam- Chottanikara route

The largest archeological museum of Kerala. Paintings, carvings, etchings and other trappings of royalty like majestic beds ,weapons and samples of epigraphy.

Historical Museum-Ernakulam
Important scenes of Kerala history are portrayed through through Sculptures. Greeting the visitor outside is a statue of Parasurama ,the mythological safe who is said to have created Kerala.

Chinese Fishing Nets-Fort Kochi Beach
A legacy of the trading connections between China and India many centuries ago. The long rows of chinese nets silhouetted against the sunset present a spectacular sight of Cochin's waterfront.

Hill Palace
Chinese Fishing Nets

Iringole Forest Temple -8 kms from Kalady Town

Iringole Kavu, a temple in tropical rain forest in the middle of a town

Jewish Synagogue-Fort Kochi
The Synagogue at Mattancherry built in 1568 is the oldest Synagogue in the Common Wealth Countries. It was partially destroyed in the war of 1662, but was rebuilt by Dutch. In the mid 18th century the clock tower was added.

Iringole Forest Temple
Jewish Synagogue

Kallil Temple -22 kms from Kalady

A 9th century Jain temple shaped out of from a huge rock on a small hill in a picturesque surrounding. The visitor has to climb 120 steps to reach this rare historic temple.

Kanjiramattom Mosque -Kochi
It is believed that the mosque was erected over the mortal remains of a Muslim saint, Sheikh Parid. Another great Muslim saint, Baver is supposed to have prayed here and attained salvation.

Kallil Temple
Kanjiramattom Mosque

Kodanad

one of the largest elephant capturing centres of South India. In 1977 the elephant capturing came to an end, but the elephant kraal and training centre are still there intact.

Kottayil Kovilakam
Kottayil Kovilakam at Chennamangalam, which was the seat of Kshatriya chieftains of Villarvattom is situated near the ancient Kunnathali temple. Chennamangalam is an important center of handloom weaving and coir manufacturing.

Kodanad
Kottayil Kovilakam

Malayattoor

A place of prayer and pilgrimage; made rich by the foot steps of St. Thomas the Apostle, who sowed the seeds of Christianity in this part of the world.

Marine Drive-At Ernakulam
Marine Drive is considered to be one of the most beautiful part of Kochy city. The marine walk is the main hangout for the local populace as the view of the backwaters and the harbour from here is excellent.

Malayattoor
Marine Drive

Pallipuram Fort

Pallippuram fort was built by the Portuguese in 1503. It is one of the oldest existing European monuments in India. The Dutch captured the fort in 1661 and sold it to the State of Travancore in 1789 This fort is situated in the northern extremity of the Vypeen Island at Pallipuram

Parikshit Thampuran Museum -adjacent to the Shiva temple in Darbar Hall Road, Ernakulam
This museum features collections of the 19th century paintings , Pre-historic monuments , Old coins in a numismatic gallery,Scriptures in stone & Plaster of paris, Copies of mural paintings etc & the collection from the Cochin royal family.

Pallipuram Fort
Parikshit Thampuran Museum

Santa Cruz Bascillica -Fort Kochi

This Roman Catholic church is situated near the St.Francis church and is worth a visit.It is a specimen of portugese architecture built in 1503. ‘Frescoes’and mural paintings decorate the ceiling and interior parts of the church.

St.Francis Church -Fort Kochi
The first European church in India. Originally built in wood and named Santo Antonio in the 16th Century. Vasco da Gama was buried here in 1524.


Thrikkakara Temple -At Kochi

The "Vamanamoorthy" temple has notable inscriptions dating back to the 10th-13th century

Willingdon Island
A manmade island named after Lord Willingdon a former British Viceroy to india. Cochin Harbour, Southern Naval Command, Best hotels in the city, Port Trust head quarters, major trading centers etc. are situated at Willingdon Island.

Thrikkakara Temple
Santa Cruz Bascillica

 
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