Discover The City Of "Three C's" In Kerala, Thalassery!

Written By

Gopika VC

Thalassery is a city on the coast in Kerala. It is in the district of Kannur. The beautiful Malabar coast of the city makes it a lot better for tourists in a lot of ways.

People ride their jeeps and bikes on Muzhappilangad's drive-in beach to relax. As Asia's longest drive-in beach, the beach is large.

Muzhappilangad Beach

During colonial administration, the English East India Company built Thalassery Fort. In 1703, the fort was built and established.

Thalassery Fort

This mansion is named after British official "Lord Arthur Wellesley," as the name suggests. He introduced cricket to Kerala.

Wellesley’s Bungalow

The island is usually uninhabited. If you're a lone traveller visiting Thalassery for reflection and meditation, you'll adore the island's vibes.

Dharmadam Thuruth

This park in Kerala's Kannur district is a great place to have a picnic or see a site. The park is close to the ocean, which gives it a coastal and tropical feel.

Overbury’s Folly

CVN Kalari is a place in Kannur's city of Thalassery where people can learn martial arts. The district of Thiruvananthapuram is home to CVN Kalari's main office.

CVN Kalari

Thalassery has a 200-acre cinnamon plantation. The plantation's proximity to the Anjarakandy River enhances the experience of nature.

Anjarakandy Cinnamon Plantation

This bungalow housed German missionary Dr. Hermann Gundert in India. Despite being German, his work to develop and modernise Malayalam is still revered.

Gundert Bungalow

Even if you don't believe in the religion, you can still visit the mosque to learn about the history and culture of Thalassery.

Odathil Palli Mosque

Mahe is a district of Puducherry near Thalassery. The city was once called "Mayyazhi". Like Pondicherry, the town has French colonial remains.