Thrissur: Explore The Cultural Capital Of Kerala!

Written By

Gopika VC

In the city of Thrissur, there is a lot more to see and do than just temples, cultures, and festivals. Come and find out how to plan your perfect trip to Thrissur.

Shakthan Thampuran Palace was one royal residence. People call it Vadakkekara Palace. Ramavarma Thampuran commissioned the Dutch-style renovation.

Shakthan Thampuran Palace

You can visit Vilangan Hills in Thrissur with friends or family. This hillock has calming vibes and beautiful vistas.

Vilangan Kunnu

One of the most prominent Hindu pilgrimage sites in Thrissur. This temple's deity is Sree Maha Vishnu.

Guruvayur Sree Krishna Temple

Anakotta is the native name for Punnathur Kotta. Domesticated elephants for Kerala temple celebrations or Guruvayur Dewaswom festivities are kept here.

Punnathur Kotta

The zoo and the museum are both in the same place, so you can see both of them in as little time as possible.

Thrissur Zoo and State Museum

Chalakudy River's powerful waterfall. If you want an off-beat vacation, explore the Charpa Falls.

Charpa Falls

One of Kerala's most famous waterfalls. Due of its eco-political issues, the waterfall has gained media attention in addition to its natural beauty.

Athirappilly Waterfalls

The forest ranges around the waterfalls, the views, and the atmosphere and mood while spending time here are all soothing.

Vazhachal Falls

Syro-Malabar Catholics own the church. When it ranks third in height among Asian churches, the church's tourism value increases. Visitors love the Gothic architecture.

Dolours Basilica (Puthanpalli)

Visit Chettuva Backwaters for boating and other activities. This visit is unavoidable whether you are visiting Thrissur with family, friends, or a large group.

Chettuva Backwater

This temple worships Lakshmi, the Hindu goddess. It's one of Kerala's largest Bhagavathy temples.

Paramekkavu Bhagavathy Temple

Thekkinkadu Maidan in Thrissur houses the temple. Visit the temple to experience original Keralite temple architecture.

Vadakkumnathan Temple

Kerala Kalamandalam educates Kerala's artistic genius. All artistically talented persons receive professional training and education at the institution.

Kerala Kalamandalam

In Thrissur, you can drive 5 km to the beach from Guruvayur Sree Krishna Temple. Beachside estuaries offer a more natural experience.

Chavakkad Beach

After the dam is built, the natural beauty and forest richness remain. If you're visiting the dam, stop at Peechi Vazhani Wildlife Sanctuary.

Peechi Dam