Cochin or Kochi in Kerala has always been a popular tourist destination, whether it was for the ancient traders or the modern cultural tourists! This port city in God's Own Country is enchanted by the sensational allure of the Arabian Sea and caressed by the captivating beauty of the Western Ghats. It retains a prisoner spell that may easily infect any of its guests!

This port city was formerly dominated by the Portuguese, Dutch, and British and still serves as a reminder of Kerala's glory. Every travel enthusiast must pay this place a visit because it is affectionately known as the 'Queen of the Arabian Sea' and the 'Gateway to Kerala'!

Kochi, being a tourist destination, is known for its stunning skyline! The port city nonetheless holds on to its historical origins while being one of the nation's fastest developing metropolises and a global city in the making.

Even though Cochin has been completely modernized, you may still sense the essence and significance of its past when you visit! You can see a stark difference between the past and the present in this metropolis. While locations like Fort Kochi reveal history in all its guises, Kochi's vibrant skyline highlights the attractiveness of the Queen of the Arabian Sea.

This city is a must-visit if you adore the tranquil beauty of Kerala's backwaters! This ancient city, known as the 'princess of the Malabar Coast,' is the home of the backwaters known locally as Veeranpuzha, which extend from Kochi Azhi to Munambam. The Indo-Portuguese Museum at Fort Kochi is another great location to go back in time and re-discover historical tidbits.

Kochi serves as a home for everyone, regardless of their religious background, away from every deceit and the agony of inter-communal strife.

  • Calendar InfoBest time to visit
    Jan, Feb, Dec
  • Language SpokenLanguage Spoken
    Malaylam, English
  • WeatherWeather
    RAINY Jul

Reasons to visit Kochi

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Helpful tips for Kochi

  • Relish local cuisine.
  • Locals are extremely friendly
  • Hire a local guide
  • Shop spices
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