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Things to do in Kerala

Best attractions to visit in Kerala

1. Alappuzha - Kerala

Alappuzha

Alappuzha is situated 28 km from Changanssery, 46 km from Kottayam and 53 from Kochi and 155 kilometres (96 mi) north of Trivandrum. Alappuzha (or Alleppey) is a city on the Laccadive Sea in the southern Indian state of Kerala. It's best known for houseboat cruises along the rustic Kerala backwaters, a network of tranquil canals and lagoons. Alappuzha Beach is the site of the 19th-century Alappuzha Lighthouse. The city's Mullakkal Temple features a traditional design. Punnamada Lake's snake boat races are a well-known annual event.

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2. Kuttanad - Kerala

Kuttanad

Kuttanad is an area covering the Alappuzha and Kottayam Districts, in the condition of Kerala, India, understood for its unfathomable paddy fields and geological idiosyncrasies. The locale has the most reduced elevation in India, and is one of only a handful couple of spots on the planet where cultivating is conveyed 1.2 to 3.0 meters (4 to 10 ft) beneath ocean level. Kuttanadu is truly imperative in the antiquated history of South India and is the real rice maker in the state. Agriculturists of Kuttinad are acclaimed for Biosaline Farming

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3. Thrissur - Kerala

Thrissur

Thrissur is a city in the south Indian condition of Kerala. It's known for consecrated locales and vivid celebrations. In the middle is Vadakkumnathan Temple, devoted to Lord Shiva and embellished with wall paintings. The lavish, Indo-Gothic Our Lady of Dolours Basilica is adjacent. Toward the north, Thiruvambady Temple is home to a few elephants. Sakthan Thampuran Palace houses a paleohistory historical center with bronze statues and antiquated coins. Thrissur has verifiably been a focal point of Hindu grant. The city has a standout amongst the most critical sanctuaries of Hindu Shaivism, that is the Vadakunnathan sanctuary.

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4. Athirappalli Waterfalls - Kerala

Athirappalli Waterfalls

Athirappilly Falls is arranged at the fringe of Athirappilly Panchayat in Chalakudy Taluk in Thrissur area and Ayyampuzha Panchayat in Aluva Taluk of Ernakulam District of Kerala, India[1] on the Chalakudy River , which starts from the upper scopes of the Western Ghats. At the passageway to the Sholayar extents is the biggest waterfall in Kerala, Athirapally, which stands tall at 80 feet. Only a short drive from Athirapally, the Vazhachal waterfall is near thick green woods that are home to many imperiled and endemic types of widely varied vegetation.

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5. Pooram Festival - Kerala

Pooram Festival

Pooram articulated [puːɾam] is a yearly Festival, which is commended in sanctuaries committed to goddesses Durga or Kali held particularly in Valluvanadu range and other connecting parts of north-focal Kerala (Present Palakkad, Thrissur and Malappuram regions) after the mid year reap. The most celebrated pooram in entire world is Thirumandhamkunnu Pooram which has a dynamic cooperation of 11 Lack individuals the nation over.

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6. Kasaragod   - Kerala

Kasaragod  

Pooram articulated [puːɾam] is a yearly Festival, which is commended in sanctuaries committed to goddesses Durga or Kali held particularly in Valluvanadu range and other connecting parts of north-focal Kerala (Present Palakkad, Thrissur and Malappuram regions) after the mid year reap. The most celebrated pooram in entire world is Thirumandhamkunnu Pooram which has a dynamic cooperation of 11 Lack individuals the nation over.

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7. Bekal Fort - Kerala

Bekal Fort

Bekal Fort, is the biggest post in Kerala, arranged at Bekal town in Kasaragod area, Kerala and it is 65 km from Mangalore city spreading more than 40 sections of land From there one has an adequate perspective of towns in the region like Kanhangad, Pallikkara, Bekal, Kottikkulam, and Uduma. The closest railroad stations are Bekal Fort, Kotikulam, Kanhangad, and Kasargod. Shivappa Nayaka of Bednore built the Bekal Fort in 1650 AD. Amid the Perumal Age Bekal was a piece of Mahodayapuram.

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8. Fort Kochi - Kerala

Fort Kochi

Fort Kochi is a district in the city of Kochi in the condition of Kerala, India.[1] This is a piece of a modest bunch of water-bound areas toward the south-west of the terrain Kochi, and all things considered known as Old Kochi or West Kochi. Neighboring this is Mattancherry. In 1967, these three districts, alongside a couple connecting territories, were amalgamated to frame the Corporation of Cochin. Suhas Shivanna IAS is the subcollector and SDM of Fort Kochi. In the BC period, the district that is today known as Kerala was secured by mangrove woods.

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9. Ernakulam - Kerala

Ernakulam

The city is the most urban piece of Kochi and has loaned its name to the Ernakulam area. Ernakulam is known as the business capital of the condition of Kerala.[1] The Kerala High Court, the Office of the Corporation of Cochin and the Cochin Stock Exchange are arranged here. The Ernakulam Junction or South station, Ernakulam Town or North Station and Ernakulam Terminus(now ancient) railroad stations of the Indian Railways lies in Ernakulam. At first, Ernakulam was the base camp of the Ernakulam District yet was later moved to Kakkanad. Ernakulam was before the capital of the Kingdom of Cochin. It is found 220 kilometers (137 mi) towards north-west of the state capital Thiruvananthapuram. The city has filled in as a hatchery for some Malayali business people and is a noteworthy money related and business center of Kerala.

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10. Kumbalangi - Kerala

Kumbalangi

Kumbalangy is a suburb of the city of Kochi, in the condition of Kerala, India, situated in the locale of Ernakulam. Kumbalangi Integrated Tourism Village venture is an extraordinary activity to change the modest island as a model angling town and tourism spot. Here at the Kumbalangi Tourism Village one can completely appreciate an assortment of normal qualities, and natural adjust of the area. The model town, the first of its kind in the nation is situated close to the port city of Kochi in Ernakulam District. It is a veritable treat to its guests with the acclaimed Chinese angling nets and numerous different sights to relish.

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