Convent Road, Ponnurunni,Vytila P.O, Kochi- 682 019
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City Tour - Towards North

St. George Forane Church, Edappally
This Roman Catholic church was built way back in AD 593 in a plot of land donated by the raja of Edappally. Historical records says that a session of the Synod of Diamper (Udayamperoor), 1599, was held here. The church is also well known for its annually held nine-day feast in May.
Direction:  N      Distance:  6 Km   

Lulu International Shopping Mall
The largest shopping mall in India is situated in the city of Kochi. Spanning 17 acres and with a total retail floor area of 1.7 million square feet, it is the 80th largest shopping mall in World. The mall was opened in March 2013 and contains more than 215 outlets including food courts, restaurants, family entertainment zones, a multiplex, ice skating rink and bowling alley.
Direction:  N      Distance:  7 Km   

Museum of Kerala History
Paintings and Sculptures section of the gallery presents original paintings and sculptures by contemporary Indian artists and authentic reproductions indian murals and works of selected world masters. The Centre for Visual Arts, a Sound & Light show presenting scenes from the political, social, and cultural history of Kerala with Commentaries in English and Malayalam. Open 10 AM to 5 PM. Closed on Mondays and Public Holidays.
Direction:  N      Distance:  7 Km   

Vamanamoorthy Temple, Thrikkakara
Set in a land of great mythological significance, this ancient temple, dedicated to Vamana - the fifth avatara of Lord Vishnu - is venerated by the Vaishnavaites as one among the 108 holy places in India. The temple holds a large number of lithic records, some of great historical significance. The annual festival is held in the month of Chingam (Aug-Sept).
Direction:  N      Distance:  9 Km   

Aluva (formerly Alwaye) is an important commercial and pilgrim center. Aluva Siva temple is one of the famous 108 Siva Temples. Periyar rivers runs through Aluva. The Shivarathri Festival is celebrated on the banks of the Periyar every March/April. At other times, this river bank proves to be an excellent picnic and bathing spot.
Direction:  N      Distance:  17 Km   

Thrissur is called the cultural capital of Kerala and the second commercial town in Kerala. The Museums, Zoo and the Vaddakkuntham Temple are all worth visiting. Thrissur is best known for its mammoth Pooram Festival, the most colourful and spectacular temple festival of Kerala. The Peechi Dam, 26 km from Thrissur, is a good picnic spot and is ideal for a holiday.
Direction:  N      Distance:  75 Km   

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