Cultural Capital of Kerala

Kerala, a state in southern India, has the city of Thrissur. It is renowned for its holy places and vibrant festivities. Vadakkumnathan Temple, which is located in the middle and honours Lord Shiva, is decorated with murals. Nearby lies the elaborate, Indo-Gothic Our Lady of Dolours Basilica. Elephants can be found at Thiruvambady Temple, which lies to the north. Bronze statues and antique coins can be found in the archaeology museum at Sakthan Thampuran Palace.

Kerala’s economic links with other regions of the world were greatly aided by the Thrissur region. The city was once known as Trichur, and Lord Parasurama, Lord Vishnu’s sixth avatar, is credited with founding it.

Popular Things To Do

1. Day Trip to Athirappilly Water Fall from Kochi.

Although we spent the majority of our time in Cherai just relaxing and taking in the atmosphere of the sea and the backwaters, we did not miss up the chance to discover the hidden jewels nearby. We had a magical boat tour through the backwaters, strolled through Fort Kochi’s quaint and charming alleyways, and enjoyed a breathtaking sunset on the beach. When you are in that area, a day excursion from Kochi to Athirapally Waterfalls, commonly known as Athirapally Falls, and Ezhattumugam is unavoidable.

2. Adventurous Valparai trip from Kochi

This journey is peaceful as it travels through mountain ranges, wildlife habitats, and scenic areas. Please be informed that there are nearly 42 hairpin curves, scenic wonders, dams, etc., that you must navigate while driving a long distance.

3.Cochin to Goa – The Malabar Coast

See the best of southwest India’s Malabar Coast on this tour from Cochin to Goa. Following a day cruise through Allepey’s canals, you’ll travel along the northern coast to explore forts and temples. The last two days of your trip will be spent in Goa, where you’ll have opportunity to see some of the highlights.

4.Kerela Tour

Kerala Backwater cruises are becoming an integral element of Keralan culture. With observation decks, air-conditioned cabins, and chefs on board, the boats themselves are now luxury, making them a very peaceful way to explore this particular region of India. Kerala is famous for its Kathakali dancers. Nothing else in the nation does ritual theatre quite like this mysterious, otherworldly style. Kalarippayat is a unique and little-known martial technique from Kerala. Its distinct style of acrobatic combat, practised in gyms with earth floors all around the state, heavily incorporates hand-to-hand combat with yoga.

How To Get There

By Air

The Cochin International Airport, 52 kilometres away in Kochi, is the closest airport geographically.

By Train

There are 78 trains that go from Cochin to Trichur; their departure hours are listed below:
Thiruvananthapuram Central – MGR Chennai Central Weekly SF Express (PT) train, number 12698 – The 16629 train (Malabar Express (PT)), which departs at 00:45, runs on days (Sun).

By Bus

There are many bus services that run on a daily basis to Thrissur from major Cities.