• Padmanabhapuram Palace

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    This majestic old palace is 63kms from the capital city - Thiruvananthapuram.

  • Jewish Synagogue

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    One of India's oldest synagogues, the historical monument is visited by tourists from around the world.

  • Athirapally

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    Better known as the "Indian Niagara", the Athirappally Waterfalls offers breathtaking views.

  • Kovalam Beach

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    Kovalam with its pristine beaches is a tourist hotspot!

  • Backwater Cruises

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    The twin backwater destinations of Kumarakom and Alleppey are best explored on a houseboat cruise.

  • Munnar

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    Munnar is famous for its tea estates and erstwhile Britiah Bungalows.

  • Thekkady

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    Rich in coffee and cardamom plantations, Thekkady is also famous for its wildlife.

  • Snake Boat Race

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    Over 100 oarsmen rowing in unison – truly unique to Kerala!

  • Thrissur Pooram

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    Caparisoned elephants decked up for a temple festival at the Thrissur Pooram.

  • The Onam Festival

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    Ladies dressed in traditional Kerala attire, dance to foot tapping folk music at an Onam social gathering.

  • Kalaripaytu

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    A true test of human endurance, Kalaripaytu is one of the world’s oldest forms of martial arts.

  • Panchavadyam

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    A feast for the senses, Panchavadyam is performed during Temple festivals.

  • Kathakali

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    Kathakali artists enact stories from Indian epics like the Mahabharatha through dance.

  • Shopping at Fort Kochi

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    Road side markets make shopping an enjoyable experience at Fort Kochi.

  • Fresh Catch

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    Pearl Spot also known as “Karimeen” in Kerala is a seafood delicacy.