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Crowne Plaza Kochi

Explore Kochi

Local Tips

Local Tips

Must See

Synagogue, Hill Palace to Kumbalangi Village, Mattancherry Palace and Alleppey has backwaters, beaches, and boat races. Kumarakom is famous for small picturesque islands around the Vembanad Lake, landscapes, & lush greenery. Munnar is famous for wildlife, bird sanctuaries, hill stations, tea estates, rock climbing, and rappelling.

What's New

Kerala Folklore Theatre & Museum, Kerala Kathakali Centre, Mattancherry, Museum of Art & Kerala History, Snake Boat Race

Tips

Kochi is well-connected by roads, rails and air. Since Kochi has an international airport, there are many domestic and international flights that operate from here. Tourists can choose to hire cabs, metered auto rickshaws. Though the local language is Malayalam, the local people do understand and speak English and Hindi.

Must Do

Alleppey, has backwater, beaches & boat races. Kumarakom is famous for small picturesque islands around the Vembanad Lake, landscapes, & lush greenery. Munnar is famous for wildlife, bird sanctuaries, Hill Stations, tea estates, rock climbing, rappelling, trekking & dams. Thekkady Wildlife Sanctuary is a perfect holiday spot for honeymooners looking for peace and solitude

Don't Go Home Without

Sunset at the Arabian Sea strolling from Marine Drive or standing at Rainbow Bridge in a cool breeze, take a ferry ride from the boat jetty Marine Drive to Fort Cochin to watch the sea and backwaters merging into one, Durbar Hall Art Gallery, Maritime Museum inside INS Dronacharya showcases the origin, history and evolution of India. Houseboat is the best way to enjoy and experience real Kerala.

Things To Do

Things To Do

Fort Kochi

A historic beach where 1st Portuguese-Dutch war broke out in the 17th centuryfirst rural tbeautiful, small walkway is constructed recently, making ideal for evening strolls.

Marine Drive

At a distance of 2.5 Kms from Kochi (Ernakulam Town Railway Station), the Marine Drive is one the most beautiful parts Kochi City. It is built facing the backwaters, and is a popular hangout for the locals. It is an important shopping center in Kochi. The place offers wonderful views of sunset over the sea mouth. The gentle breeze from the Vembanad Lake has made Marine Drive an important tourist spot in Kochi. The 140 meter walkway passes through bridges, the Rainbow bridge.

Museum of Kerala

At a distance of 7 Kms from Kochi (Ernakulam Town Railway Station), Museum of Kerala History is situated in Edappally. The Museum also has a Gallery of Paintings and Sculptures with a unique collection of over 200 paintings

Bolghatty Island

Located within a short distance of boat ride from the city's mainland, this island houses the Dutch Palace, which has now been turned to a hotel of K. T. D. C. (Kerala Tourism Development Corporation) and a small golf course. This famous picnic spot offers a panoramic view of the harbor and the port.

Cherai Beach

Golden beaches with big sand grains, coconut palm corridors, backwaters, and historical monuments. Cherai Beach is one of the safest beaches to swim or play water sports or beach games. Occasional sights of dolphins is also an added attraction

Hill Palace

This 19th Century palace of Kochi's king has been transformed to a museum that exhibits the crown, the throne and the different articles used by the kings.

Marari Beach

Marari Beach, a secluded private beach with golden grains of sand and dense palms, best suited for swimming, playing beach games and activities, water sports and spending fun time with your friends and family.

Kerala Folklore Theatre & Museum

The museum is a treasure trove that showcases Kerala's rich heritage through numerous art and dance forms like masks, sculptures in wood, stone and bronze, costumes of traditional and ritual art forms preserved with utmost care.

Kumbalangi Village

Experience village life in Kumbalangi, India's first designated eco tourism village and first rural tourism village of the State. Enjoy a boat ride, savour the local food, engage yourself in fishing and please your eyes with the sight of chinese fishing nets.

Jewish synagogue

Experience village life in Kumbalangi, India's first designated eco tourism village and first rural tourism village of the State. Enjoy a boat ride, savour the local food, engage yourself in fishing and please your eyes with the sight of chinese fishing nets.