Kumbalanghi Village - Things to Know Before Visiting
Kallanchery Rd, North Kumbalangi, Kumbalangi, Kochi, Kerala 682007, India
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About Kumbalanghi Village
A quiet island village known for rural tourism activities. You can see Chinese fishing nets, explore its mangrove forests, and take boat trips along the surrounding backwaters.
Attractions Near Kumbalanghi Village
The 16th century synagogue built under the protection of Cochin King.
The palace built by the Portuguese, renovated by the Dutch and now housing an archeological museum
Built in 1960, the temple is inspired by the Jain temples of Gujarat and is beautifully tiled with white marbles & other carved structures. Every afternoon, the temple runs a show with thousands of pigeons that live in the premises.
Every second year, Cochin welcomes Biennale- promoting art, culture and education activities created and curated by artists from different parts of the world.
Traditional arts center presenting masked Kathakali dance shows classical musical nights & martial arts. They have daily Kathakali shows in the evening, the show takes around two hours. The show is usually followed by differnt kinds of art form presentations in alternating days.
The 500 year old Basilica that hosts the relic of The Holy Cross of Jesus Christ.
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What Visitors Say About Kumbalanghi Village
Took some inspirations from the movie "Kumbalanghi Nights" and visited the location. Chinese fishing nets, back waters, mangrove forests - sums up everything in there but with few layers of extra beauty added to all. This location situates in a small island, it is worth doing the boat ride that show you around the island. It's a nice place to get away from the pollution and the fast pace of Kochi.