Places to Visit In Kerala
Kerala brims with nature's bounty and it is evident from the extensive lush greenery, backwaters, great scenic beauty, jungles, beaches that you find here. Check out the most renowned tourist places in Kerala.
Munnar: A slice of heaven on Earth, Munnar, is one of the best tourist places in Kerala. It is knotted right at the confluence of three rivers, Kundaly, Nallathanni and Madhurapuzha. Seated on the Western Ghats in the Idukki district, the hill station is recognized for covering major tea plantations. The entire stretch of Munnar is covered in dense forests, flora and fauna, green mountains, valleys and much more. True indeed, Munnar is one of the best romantic getaways for honeymooners and lovers. Also visit the Tea Museum located in Munnar that gives you an insight into the history of tea plantations here.
Thiruvananthapuram: It is the capital of Kerala and is recognized for its distinguished art galleries and British colonial architecture. Kuthira Malika is one of the major attractions here which is a huge palace beautified with carved horses and rare collections from the Travancore Royal family from the 18th and 20th centuries. Others attractions include the Mahatma Gandhi Road which is lined with antique shops and boulevards, Napier Museum that houses ancient Indian carving, Sri Chitra Art Gallery, etc. Do not miss the grand sized-Padmanabhaswamy Temple, which is dedicated to Lord Vishnu. It is a 7-tier entrance tower that appeals to tourists.
Alapuzzha: A city on the Laccadive Sea, Alapuzzha, also known as Alleppey, is a beautiful city in the southern Indian state of Kerala. The place is popular for hosting houseboat cruises along the scenic beauty of the Kerala backwaters. The Alappuzha Lighthouse is situated on the Alappuzha Beach which was built in the 19th-century. Also, the Mullakkal Temple is a sight to behold that displays amazing traditional designs. Most people love to visit Alapuzzha for the Punnamada Lake's snake boat races held every year. While sightseeing in Kerala, do bring your camera to capture the stunning landscapes and water bodies here.