Alappuzha, Venice Of The East – Places To Visit

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Gopika VC

Vembanad Lake houseboat vacations are unforgettable. Visitors to Vembanad Lake in late November or early December could see uncommon migratory birds.

Vembanad Lake

Ambalapuzha Temple, one of the earliest Krishna temples in South India. It was built in India sometime in the 15th century.

Ambalappuzha Sree Krishna Temple

Alleppey Beach, located in the heart of town, offers the best water access. The beach is a wonderful area for outdoor enthusiasts to picnic and relax.

Marari Beach

St. Mary's Church, founded in 835 A.D., is a renowned pilgrimage site for those seeking spiritual fulfillment.

St. Mary’s Forane Church

At Alappuzha Beach, you may enjoy the entire surf.  Tourists are usually drawn to the area's lighthouse and charming park.

Alappuzha Beach

Pathiramanal is a birdwatcher's paradise. It is located approximately 13 kilometers from Alappuzha and 1.5 kilometers from Muhamma Boat Jetty.

Pathiramanal Island

Perhaps the many different waterways in Alappuzha are what make it so unique, but the backwaters of Kuttanad have gained a lot of fame.

Kuttanad Backwaters

Pandavan Rock is a popular site near Alleppey. It is supposed that the  Pandavan hid among these enormous rocks during the Mahabharata.

Pandavan Rock

Punnamada Lake is an extension of Vembanad Lake where the Nehru Trophy boat race is held. Onam draws tourists from throughout the nation to beautiful lake.

Punnamada Lake

The International Coir Museum recently established to boost Kerala's coir economy. This museum in Kalavoor, Alleppey, explains the region's weaving history.

International Coir Museum