Alappuzha - 10 Attractions You Must Visit
Land of Backwaters, canals and lagoons. Commonly called as "Venice of the East" #VeniceOfTheEast
Types of Attractions in Alappuzha
List of Attractions in Alappuzha
Built in 1862, Alleppey Lighthouse(Alappuzha Lighthouse) is the first of its kind on the Arabian coast of Kerala. Alappuzha, where the lighthouse stands was one of the busiest ports and centers of Kerala during the 17th and 18th centuries.
Ambalapuzha Sree Krishna Temple
Ambalapuzha Sree Krishna Temple is a Hindu Temple believed to be built around the 15th-17th century in the typical Kerala Architectural Style. The idol at the temple is of Parthasarathy with a whip in the right hand and a sacred conch in the left. Parthasarathy is a form of Lord Krishna as the charioteer of Arjuna during the Kurukshetra war mentioned in the ancient Hindu epic Mahabharata.
18th century palace standing as a prime example of traditional Kerala Architecture.
Lake/ River/ Ponds
Kuttanad is a region that is well known for its vast paddy fields. The region has the lowest altitude in India and is one of the few places in the world where farming is carried on around 1.2 to 3.0 meters (4 to 10 ft) below sea level. It is a major rice producer of Kerala state.
Mannarasala Sree Nagaraja Temple
Nestled in a forest glade, the temple is a center of pilgrimage for the devotees of serpent gods. Couples seeking fertility come to worship here, and upon the birth of their child come to hold thanksgiving ceremonies.
Rated as one of the worlds top five HAMMOCK BEACH by National Geographic Survey. Peaceful place, good climate, away from the city crowd.
A lush green island in the middle of a lake, home to many species of birds.
St Andrew's Basilica Church
One of the major pilgrim centers of Christians in Kerala, and an architectural marvel.
St. George Forane Church, Edathua
A massive church on the banks of river Pamba, built in medieval European Architecture.