Amazing Vacation In Kochi: Top Attractions!

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Gopika VC

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The Chinese fishing nets that symbolize Kochi are only found in Fort Kochi, possibly the only spot in the world except China.

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Fort Kochi

It is a must-see for culture and heritage buffs. It has 25000+ antique coins, murals, monuments, statues, jewelry, paintings, clothing, etc.

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Kerala Folklore Museum

Mattancherry is one of the most lively tourist spots in Kochi. It has a wide range of spices, arts, culture, and food.

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The Paradesi Synagogue, also known as the Cochin Jewish synagogue or Mattancherry Synagogue, is a historic synagogue in Jew Town, Kerala.

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Jewish Synagogue

Bolghatty Island is a short boat journey from Kochi. Bolghatty Palace, a heritage hotel, is one of the oldest Dutch palaces outside Holland.

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Bolghatty & Vypeen Islands

Cherai Beach, also known as Princess of Arabian Sea, is one of Kerala's best beaches. It's shallow, tranquil, and perfect for swimming and sunbathing.

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Cherai beach

When you visit a beautiful place like Kerala, you can see elephants up close. This is a great thing to do.

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Kodanand Elephant Training Centre

Ernakulam has a beautiful promenade with the rainbow bridge, which has become a sign of the area and one of the best places to visit in Kochi.

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Marine Drive

The name "Malayattoor" combines three tiny words. Mount Mala, River Arr, Place Oore. Thus, Malayattoor combines mountain, river, and land.

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It is called the "Green Lung of Kochi City," and the temperature here is generally 1 to 2 degrees Celsius lower than in the main city.

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Mangalavanam Bird Sanctuary