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A place away from the city crowd which has many historical importance. White sand, serene atmosphere , street foods and all.

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Sree Padmanabhaswamy Temple

Sree Padmanabhaswamy Temple

3.52km from Shangumugham Beach

The ancient temple with its billions of dollars of wealth, impeccable architecture and legends.

Kuthiramalika Palace

Kuthiramalika Palace

3.72km from Shangumugham Beach

The former residence of Travancore King Swathi Thirunal Rama Varma. Known for its architecture and its museum storing unique exhibits

Connemara Market Palayam

Connemara Market Palayam

5.09km from Shangumugham Beach

An old market that sells all household items- a backbone for the netizens and a colourful place for the visitors.

Napier Museum

Napier Museum

5.84km from Shangumugham Beach

An architecturally impressive museum building, housing many exhibits from 8th to 18th century.

Thiruvananthapuram Zoo

Thiruvananthapuram Zoo

5.97km from Shangumugham Beach

One of the oldest zoo in India, home to a large number of wild animals.

Kovalam Beach

Kovalam Beach

12.2km from Shangumugham Beach

One of the most beautiful beach of Kerala, surrounded by shops, lighthouse and rocky capes.

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Thiruvananthapuram

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Home to many palaces, forts and wealthy temples. The center of administrations for the state of Kerala.

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Nithin Mathew

Nithin Mathew

2017-04-30

This is a long beach with a huge sculpture of a mermaid and some stone structure that looks quite old.

The beach was ferrotious at the time we visited it and I dont think it is a good idea to swim here. The life guards told us that the ocean floor drops very deep right near the shore. Also heard of many people who drowned and lost their lives here.

The sculpture on the nearby garden is huge, and I beleive the stone structure is built for some of the religious ceremonies of the famous Padmanabhaswamy temple that lies nearby. There is also a large coffe shop in the beach where you can sit and relax enjoying the breeze and the sunset.
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