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Beach, View Point, Resort

The Marari Beach is one of the most beautiful beaches in India. It is located in a quiet village known as Maraikulam. Its closeness to the capital city Kochi makes it a very popular tourist attraction. Many beach resorts and home stays serve as beautiful places to spend a day or two here. The main resort here is the Marari Beach Resort. The others include, Turtle Beach Resort, Carnoustie Beach Resort and the new Erandia Marari which is a fantastic ayurvedic resort. The Marari Vilas and the Beach Symphony are somewhat boutiques and the ideal places from where you can shop till you drop

Marari Beach

Religious Site, Temple, Festival

The Ambapuzha Shree Krishna Temple is supposed to have been built during the 15th – 17th century by the local ruler called Chembakasserry Pooradam Thirunal Devanarayanan Thampuran.

The major attraction here is the ‘payasam’ or the delicious pudding made with rice and sweetened milk which is popular among many Hindus. An interesting mythological legend says that every day when the payasam is distributed among devotees here, Lord Guruvayoorappan visits here around the same time.

Ambalapuzha Shree Krishna Temple

Beach, Light House, Park, View Point

One of the best beaches in India, the Allappuzha beach is also one of the well-maintained beaches. Originally a historic port, you can still observe the remains of the sea-bridge that enabled the passage of goods.

The beach is best observed during the Sunset. There is a small park for kids and you can enjoy extensive views of the lighthouse.

Home to vibrant festivals like the annual Alappuzha beach festival which is held around New Year’s Eve pulls large crowd adding to the liveliness of this pretty beach. The Sand Art Festival held here also saw lot of local as well as international artists display their art

Alappuzha Beach

Tour, Water Sport, Boating

One of the best tour operators in Alleppey and also one of the oldest, Kerala Kayaking offers exciting range of activities to explore the pristine backwaters of Kerala. Be it a canoe ride, a motorboat tour, a kayaking expedition or a laid-back house-boat extravaganza, Kerala Kayaking is the best pick for a perfect backwater exploration

Kerala Kayaking

Religious Site, Temple

Visit one of the oldest temple of Kerala that has gained its popularity not only within the state but beyond its geographical boundary. History says that this temple is around 3500 years old and was established by Lord Parashurama. Popularly known as Dakshina Palani (Palani of south), this temple is devoted to Lord Subrahmanya. As you wander around the temple premise, you will come across many Tamil inscription engraved on the temple’s walls. Another unique fact of this temple is its idol. The idol of Lord Subrahmanya was said to be built in a sculptural style that was followed in Buddhist era. So, the idol is very large in size with four arms

Haripad Sree Subrahmanya Swamy Temple

Religious Site, Temple

Amongst all the places of serpent worship in India, there is no match for the Mannarasala Shri nagaraja Temple. It is a legendary temple that is said to have been blessed by Lord Parasurama himself. Lord parasurama is said to be the creator of Kerala. This temple is renowned to bless couples who do not have children. Many couples come here and perform the rare rituals and offer this to the Lord Nagaraja. According to the temple rules, the rituals are only to be performed by the couples who are married since long but could not beget any children.

Mannarasala Temple

Art And Culture, Art Museum

A family collection museum built in the memory of Revi Karuna Karan- a prominent coir industrialist and art enthusiast. The museum houses the art collection maintained over three generations and includes silverware, crystals, precious and semi-precious stones and furniture. Home to the world’s largest private collection of Swarovski crystals, the museum is spread over 28,000 square feet and is a must-visit place in Alleppey

Revi Karunakaran Museum

Beach, Light House, Bridge, Historical Site

Situated near the sea bridge and the Raja Kesavdas swimming pool, this mighty lighthouse dates back to 150 years. It served as the path guider for the ships that frequented Alleppey, a then busy business port.

Its construction began in the rule of Travancore King, Marthanda Varma-Ii and was completed in the rule of King Rama Varma.

The structure is cylindrical in shape and has alternate red and white bands painted on its exteriors. 30 meters in height, the lighthouse looks striking in the panorama of the beautiful beach of Alleppey

Alappuzha Lighthouse

Church, Religious Site, Festival

Located in Arthunkal, this basilica is attributed to the Portuguese missionaries of the 16th century. A major pilgrim centre located right on the beach, it is known for its miraculous healing properties.

A serene place to be, it brightens up even more during the Perunnal festival.

St. Andrew's Basilica Arthunkal

Religious Site, Temple

Located in the heart of the city, this temple is one of the popular holy shrine of Alappuzha city. The name ‘Mullakkal’ means ‘Jasmine Flower’ in Malayalam. History says that Goddess Raja Rajeshwari (the other name of Goddess Durga) appeared at this spot to take care of this jasmine flower. That’s why, this temple is dedicated to Goddess Durga

Mullakkal Rajeshwari Temple

Church, Beach, Light House, Walking Area

A pristine haven, this is one of the best beaches in South India. Beautiful water overlooking a panorama of coconut grooves, this beach is a drive away from Alleppey. A stunning church and a towering lighthouse adorn the beach. The best part of this beach is it still devoid of tourist crowd. This helps in keeping the beach clean. If you are looking for a place to enjoy a day out with family or just wish to sit on a calm sea beach, then this is your destination.

Andhakaranazhi Beach

Museum, Specialty Museum

This museum is the first of its kind in the world. A tour into this museum will educated you about the technological advancement in the coir sector. Numerous products and artefacts, made out of coir are put on display to inform visitors about the different achievement of this industry. This museum is said to be a successful attempt by Coir Board to celebrate the 60th anniversary of this sector

International Coir Museum

Church, Religious Site

Dating back to 1810, this is a church dedicated to St. George. Resembling the churches of medieval Europe, the church is an important destination for Christian as well as non-Christian pilgrims. Built when Father Thomas Olakkapady was the vicar of the area, the church is known for its miraculous prayers that help in healing mental disorders.

St.george's Forane Church

Religious Site, Temple, Festival

Located slightly away from the city, this beautiful temple also deserves a visit. This temple is dedicated to Goddess Shakti. According to the locals, this temple has a history of over 3000 years. The best fact about this temple is its location. On either sides of the temple river Pamba and Manimala flows which makes the ambience more serene and beautiful. Festival like Pongal is celebrated in this temple. Pongal is a grand affair over here as thousands of women participate in it. However, in celebrating the rituals of this festival only women are allowed to participate

Chakkulathukavu Temple

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