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Explore Cochin

KOCHI–THE GATEWAY OF KERALA

Kochi is home to Kerala heritage and history encompassed by breathtaking landscapes where interwoven rivers and streams empty into the Arabian Sea thereby calling Kochi (Cochin) , the Queen of the Arabian Sea. Endowed with an International Harbor and Airport, Kochi is today a fast-growing cosmopolitan city with the forthcoming development projects like Metro-Rail and Smart-city. The elephants, the deities, the artforms – Kathakali, Ottamthullal,

  • Kumbalangi Integrated Tourism Village, Kumbalangi island.
  • Mastyafed Milky-way Aqua-Tourist Village, Malipuram Village, Vypin.
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PLACES OF WORSHIP

Hindu, Jain and Sikh: The Siva Temple which gave Ernakulam(Kochi) its name and the Brass, Copper and Gold Gopurams make the temples in Kochi unique. The Goddess of Pscychic disorders and one of the oldest Jain temples in India, all find their place in the historic temples found in the city

  • Thrikkakara Temple, Thrikkakara
  • Thirumala Devaswom Temple,Mattancherry
  • Ernakulam Siva Temple,
  • Aluva Manalpuram
  • Chottanikara Devi Temple,
  • Poornathresya Temple
  • Dharmanath Desar Jain Mandir
  • Gurdwara Sri Guru Singh Sabha

Christian: The shrine where St. Thomas performed his first miracle in AD 52, the Ship shaped structure of a church and those where people of different faith and culture flock together seeking blessings and poison cure treatment are the matchlessness of the age old churches in the city.

  • Malayattoor Mount
  • St. Francis Assisi Cathedral
  • St. Mary's Cathedral Basilica, Ernakulam,
  • St. Antony's Shrine, Kaloor
  • St.George's Church, Edapally

Muslim: The mosque with leading scholars as its imams and the one with a large super-imposing structure of a shining copper dome are the following:

  • Kanjiramattam Mosque
  • Chembittapally Mosque, Fort Kochi.

FESTIVALS – Festivals and celebrations that carry the age old tradition of each cultural category of people with unique offerings, fireworks, dance and music, royalty of artforms like Kathakali, elephant-parade and the Grand carnival with the party and rally, all symbolise the elegance with which the city lights up every now and then.

  • Cochin Carnival (Dec 20-Jan 2) is the biggest carnival festival in the city
  • Onam Festival (ten day festival mid-August to mid-September).
  • Shiva Temple Festival (first week of January)
  • Fireworks Festival of Maradu Kottaram Devi Temple(mid March - mid April)
  • Thripunithura Vrishikolsavam (mid November - mid December) at Thripunithura Poornathresya Temple
  • Chendamangalam Matta Chanda ( 2 days prior to Vishu Festival ) near Chendamangalam Fort

PARKS AND NATURE - An unexplored beautiful scenic river bank with a boating lake, unique rides and gadgets which run on renewable energy, a thick 80 acre mangrove forest, bird sanctuary, children's rides and musical fountain are all part of this.

  • Subhash Park, Park Avenue
  • Children's Park
  • Indira Renewable Energy Park.
  • Beach Children's Park, Beach Rd
  • Managalavanam, Tatapuram-Pachalam Road
  • Poru, (near Kodanadu)

OTHER ATTRACTIONS – The wide spread beauty of the beaches, the speciality of sea food and the pride of Kerala, “the elephants” all when showcase the tradition, the newly built Oberon Mall symbolises western style imbibed in today’s fast-paced generation

  • Cherai Beach, North of Vypin Island
  • Kodanadu Elephant Training College
  • Fort Kochi Beach, Fort Kochi.
  • Oberon Mall, NH Bypass Road

THEME PARKS – What can tempt the little ones more than the joy rides, the theme parks, the water spurt and all that form the largest theme parks in South India.

  • WonderLa Amusement Park (formerly known as Veegaland) in Kakkanad
  • Silverstorm Water Park