Angamaly : It lays 40 km from Kochi on the NH47 and is regarded as the fastest growing town in Kerala. The people here lead a simple life and economy concentrate more on agriculture. Their hard working mentality, make Angamaly a prosperous one. From ancient period the spices attracted the foreigners to this small town.. spices play a major role in economy even now. This is the only town where M.C road and N.H. road meets together. Cochin International Airport located on Nedumbasserry gives prominence to presentAngamaly.Angamaly is the gateway of Malayattoor where St. Thomas's footimprint was found and also the birth place of Adi Sankara, Kalady. It is also the route way to High ranges.
Kollam : The majestic old port city of Quilon or Kollam is also known as the cashew city. Quilon the jewel on the banks of Ashtamudi lake is a real treat for ones eyes. About thirty per cent of this district is covered by the Ashtamudi lake, there by making it the gateway to the backwaters of the state. Remnants of bygone days prosperous trade with China are still alive in Chinese fishing nets, huge Chinese water pots, blue and white porcelain and sampan like boats. Kollam is also famous for its minerals. The beach sands in Kollam district are rich in heavy minerals like Monozite, Ilmenite, Rutile, Zircon, Silimanite etc. If you wish to explore this land more then take a long regular ferry service to Alleppey. It will take about 8 hours. Rigorous but fruitful. You will get a ringside viewof the life and culture of people of coastal Kerala. Deposits of graphite also occur in many parts of the state. The nearest airport is Trivandrum (71kms).
New Orma Marble Palace
Kottayam : This backwater town is well known for its rubber plantations. The region is a predominantly Christian and is dotted with pretty old churches. 14 kms from Kottayam town the `Rubber Town´ of India lies the beautiful Kumarakom. An unbelievably beautiful paradise of mangrove forests, emerald green paddy fields and coconut groves interspersed with enchanting waterways and canals adorned with while lillies - this is Kumarakom. Located on the shores of Vembanad, it is a great escape from the madding crowd of cities. Engage in boat cruise and get a close look of rural life. Large grouping of ducks waddling down to the water from houses on the bank with that constant Quacking. Little ones somersaulting to the water from the leaning coconut and enjoying their school vacation exuberantly. At Kumarakom rented house boats are available poled by local oarsman and with a keralite cook. Boat houses are elegantly designed with all amenities. Boat trains formed by joining two or more kettuvallams are also available. Kumarakom is also a bird lovers paradise. A bird
sanctuary is situated in Kumarakom and it simply adds to the fun. Waterfowls, water ducks, cuckoos, wild ducks and Siberian storks are some of the main attractions of bird sanctuary.
Kochi : The Queen of Arabian Sea, The commercial capital of Kerala, Cochin is situated just about the centre of Kerala. A great destination for tourists from all parts of world. It boasts a rich historical background and tradition. Cochin is basically a collection of islands and narrow peninsulas. Ernakulam is the commercial district of Cochin. This sleepless city is one of the fast growing metropolis. Fort kochi: Chinese fishing nets, first erected between A.D. 1350 and 1450: Old harbour house, an elegant colonial bungalow built in 1808; Santa Cruz Basilica built by Portuguese; Vasco house one of the oldest Portuguese houses in Fort Cochin, Cochin bishop's house , the Dutch cemetery consecrated in 1724, St. Francis church, India's oldest European church; Fort Kochi beach, the Dutch palace situated in Mattancherry which was built by Portuguese in 1555; the Jewish synagogue; Jew town; Parikshith Thampuran Museum, Museum of Kerala history in Edappally, Kathakali centres, M.G. Road the main centre of commercial activity in Ernakulam studded with showrooms of international brands, Marine drive and Marine walk; Park Avenue, Bolgatty Palace the residency during British raj; the Hill palace and museum; the magnificent palace of Kochi Rajas; Cherai beach, Kodungalloor the seaport of great historic importance; Kalady, the birth place of Adi Shankaracharya, a great India philosopher of 8th century; Malayattoor St. Thomas church are the main places and sports of interest in and around Cochin.
Trivandrum : Thiruvananthapuram, also known as Trivandrum, the erstwhile capital of Travancore is the State Capital today. Today, its splendid past is to be seen in its old buildings, most of them built in wood in the Kerala style, with tiled roofs and carved gables, in its botanical garden and Zoo with its quaint museum; in its wide roads and public buildings; and in its lively intellectual life. Some of Kerala's leading film makers, poets and writers live here. Trivandrum has an international airport, good shopping areas and a variety of comfortable and reasonably priced hotels. This sprawling city is built on seven hills, and it is known better for its famous beach resort, at Kovalam (33 KM from our yard), recognised to be amongst the ten best in the world. This internationally renowned beach resort of Kerala has been a favorite haunt of tourists since the 1930s. Kovalam consists of three adjacent crescent beaches. The southernmost, known as the Lighthouse beach, is the most popular, Kovalam offers accommodation options to suit all the budgets.
Orma Marble World
By Pass Junction,Thalore,
Thrissur : Thrissur/Trichur with its rich history, cultural heritage and archeological alth is the cultural capital of Kerala. Trichur is famed for and wide for its pooram festival. This festival district has witnessed many rulers and dynasties starting with the Zamorins, Tipu Sultan to the Dutch and the British. A cultural center, the Kerala Kalamandalam, the Kerala Sahitya Academy and Kerala Sangeetha Nadaka Academy are located here.
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Chungam, Feroke, Calicut.
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