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City Tour - Towards East

Sree Poornathrayeesa Temple
Maha Vishnu is the deity of this temple, which formerly belonged to the Cochin Royal family. It is believed that, Arjuna (one of the pandavas) established it. The major festivals of this temple will be held from November - December. Athachamayam another cultural festival, is also Celebrated during Onam.
Direction:  E      Distance:  7 Km   

Kallikota -Tripunithura
As the name suggests, this beautiful, imposing building - a legacy of the Dutch rule - served as an entertainment auditorium to the erstwhile royalty featuring dance, drama, and plays. Today it functions largely as a marriage hall. Situated near the Poornathreyesa temple.
Direction:  E      Distance:  8 Km   

Hill Palace - Tripunithura
Built in 1865 AD by Raja of Kochi and the province was ruled from here. The palace complex consists of 49 traditional Kerala architectural style buildings. Now it is the largest archaeological museum in Kerala displaying 13 categories of exhibits, including paintings, carvings and other royal antiquities donated by the Cochin, Travancore royal families and the Paliam Devaswom.
Direction:  E      Distance:  8 Km   

Chottanikkara Temple
Mother Goddes worshipped in three different forms - as Saraswati (Mookambika of Kollur) in the morning draped in white, as Bhadrakali at noon draped in crimson, and as Durga in the evening decked in blue.The major festival is Makam Thozhal, falls during February-march every year for a period of 9 days. Temple is opening - 4 am to 12 Noon and 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. on all days.
Direction:  E      Distance:  13 Km   

Kanjiramattom Mosque
It is believed that the mosque was erected over the mortal remains of a Muslim saint, Sheikh Parid. Another great Muslim saint, Baver is supposed to have prayed here and attained salvation.
Direction:  E      Distance:  21 Km   

Thattekkad Bird Sanctuary
Thattekad, the richest bird habitat on peninsular India covering an area of 25 square kilometre and was the first bird sanctuary in Kerala Several species of forest birds and water birds habituating this sanctuary which includes Indian pitta, Orange headed thrush, large billed leaf warbler, Jerdon's nightjar, darter, bulbuls etc.
Direction:  E      Distance:  58 Km   

An important commercial area, it is the gateway to the famed rubber and tea plantations of Kerala. It is the home of Malayalam Journalism. Kumarakom and Wagamon are popular tourist destination and Illickal Kallu is the best trekking destination in Kottayam. Kottayam is connected with Kochi by road and rail.
Direction:  E      Distance:  67 Km   

A hill resort famous for its lush green tea and cardamom plantations. An ideal holiday spot, has a cool and stimulating climate. The rare species of Nilgiri Tahr can be seen in the Ernakulam game Sanctuary not far from here. Anaimudi, the highest peak in South India, is in these hills. The Munnar - Kodaikkanal Road is the steepest road in South East Asia.
Direction:  E      Distance:  120 Km   

Thekkady is the location of the Periyar National Park; which is an important tourist attraction in Kerala. Thekkady the land of velvet lawns, hills, spice plantations, elephant groups, Indian Gaur (Bison), deer and tigers. You can enjoy the boating on the Thekkady dam while seeing the wild animals on the side forest.
Direction:  E      Distance:  135 Km   

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