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A leisurely walk is the best way to discover the town of Fort Kochi shaped by colonial influence. Observe the Chinese fishing nets in action, take in the quaint streets of Jew town and visit the synagogue, the Mattancherry/ Dutch palace, the Santa Cruz Basilica, St Francis church - the final resting place of Vasco da Gama, David hall art gallery and the art exhibits if you are in the city during the Kochi-Muziris Biennale. Be enthralled by a Kathakali dance performance at the Kerala Kathakali Centre.
Hill Palace museum
The Hill Palace in Tripunithura, built by the Maharaja of Cochin, is the largest archaeological museum in Kerala where many paintings, sculptures, weapons and ornaments of the erstwhile royal family are displayed. The complex consists
of buildings in the traditional architectural style of Kerala and is surrounded by nearly 50 acres of terraced land.
Museum of Kerala History
The Museum in Edapally has three galleries - the Museum of Kerala History, the Dolls Museum and the Gallery of Modern Art. The art gallery houses paintings by acclaimed artists such as Raja Ravi Varma and M.F. Hussain. Learn about the culture & history of the state, participate in workshops and enjoy the light & sound show.
Located around 25 km from the Kochi city center, it is a good 10 km stretch of beach. Its known for beautiful sunset views and dolphin spotting.
Take a boat ride around the Kochi harbour, Fort Kochi, Bolgatty and the many islands that form Kochi.
Kettuvallams or traditional houseboats are large barges adapted to suit modern needs – complete with living area, kitchenette, bedrooms & bath. Enjoy the enchanting experience of cruising along the serene backwaters of Kumarakom or Alappuzha also known as the Venice of the East for its interlinking canals. You can opt for a day cruise, an overnight cruise or even a few days on board.
Time to Kumarakom/ Alappuzha from Kochi by car: 1.5 hours
Set at an altitude of over 5000 ft. in Idukki district, Munnar was the favoured summer retreat of the British. Unending expanse of tea plantations, pristine mountains and valleys, exotic species of flora and fauna, aroma of spice scented cool air all make Munnar one of the top destinations in Kerala.
Time to Munnar from Kochi by car: 4 hours
The main attraction at Thekkady, also in Idukki district is the Periyar National park or the tiger reserve. Nature walks into the wild life sanctuary, boat (or bamboo raft for the more adventurous) rides on the reservoir of the Mullaperiyar dam across river Periyar and night safari are the top activities here.
Time to Thekkady from Kochi by car: 4.5 hours