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Nice harbour side beach with an amazing view. While we were there were many dredging ships helping with harbour maintenance.
Budha temple on a hilltop with a view of mist clad mountains and a tall pagoda.
We didn't go up the tower, just roamed around the bottom park. Recommend to go up, the view of Kula Lumpur from up there worth the sight.
Huge cavern with limestone structures and temples inside. At Batu caves, the whole mountain is a cave. Had to climb a flight of steps to reach here bu
The adventurous Ramakkalmedu. You have to hike up a bit to reach the top. In the topmost part sits a tall rock and upon climbing it you will feel li
Hilltop viewpoint with a park. The cool climate is a nice escape from the hot weather of Thiruvananthapuram.
A rock cut temple on top of a hillock. It was closed when I visited the place and unfortunately I do not have the photos of the temple itself 😫
The film studio of Malayalam film industry. There were some tv series shooting going on there while I was there.
You have to climb around a thousand steps to reach the temple. Better to visit in the morning or evening. Beware of naughty monkeys.
The famous Cochin Biennale. Went there in early 2019, can't wait to be back for it again in 2021.
Sweet spot near home. There is a small island created by the Tejaswini river. The water is not too deep in most places so you can take a dip if you
The most popular waterfalls of Kerala. The route to falls is pretty scenic and the waterfall is huge.
Watch sunset, swim, experience the beach side restaurants and bar. Basically sums up Kovalam beach, a nice beach getaway spot.
Located inside a forest. This is not a tall waterfall but few small ones on the river Kallar. It's rather safe but watch out for the large boulders if
12th century temple made of stone. The sculptures and the intricate reliefs, and the detailed iconography and inscriptions are fascinating to see. Ins
Temple complex from the 7th and 8th century. The whole complex has very intricate architecture.
Believed to be the socializing area of Royal women. Unlike most other structures in hampi, this was made of lime mortar and bricks.
Giant statue of Ganesha carved out of a huge boulder, with a pillared sanctum.
The main center of Pligrimage at Hampi. Surrounded by ruins and still used for worship.