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It was during my trip to Lakshadweep, I have planned to check out the city of Kochi from which my cruise ride to those beautiful Islands was suppose to start.

Kerala, this state on the Malabar coast has everything to offer for a tourist right from serene beaches to scenic hills, from tea & spice plantations to dense forests & calm backwaters.

Having covered most of the places in this state during my previous trips, I decided to explore the city of Kochi.


Kochi, the largest city in Kerala, has historically been an important port city right from the 14th century - colonised by the Portuguese, Dutch & British at different times in history, the city still preserves an intriguing mix of architecture from its varying colonial past.



The fort Kochi area has it own quaint charm, It is buzzing with tourists, but each at their own pace - this part of the city has a homestay in every corner! We chose to discover this area on foot since all the places we wanted to see were close to each other.

Constructed in the year 1505, this Catholic Church located in Fort Kochi is famous for its Gothic style of architecture and Portuguese interiors.



Fort Kochi is a small village along the Arabian coastline and is famous for the Chinese Fishing Nets, Dutch Cemetery, Synagogue and Churches.



Bearing witness to the entry of Chinese into Kerala long ago, legends tell that these nets were a gift of the famous Chinese King, Kublai Khan. Fishermen even today use these elaborate conventional fishing nets, making it the only other destination other than China to have and use these fishing nets.



It was my first ever only-on-foot town exploring and I was not disappointed at all. Just have an umbrella ready for the sun or the rain.







The Sunset Cruise on the Arabian waters is an amazing 2 hour journey beginning from Marine Drive in Kochi during the time of sunset.





Located on the north end of the Vypeen Island, the Cherai Beach offers a beautiful view.



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Beaches are amazing creation of nature where people can relax, enjoy beautiful moments and feel freedom. Fort Kochi beach, Kerala is one such calm and a beautiful place.



A cargo ship passing through the shipping channel of Kochi Port.



Few pictures clicked at the Kochi port area.



Kochi is one of the best places to spend time in the city and provides an amazing view of the sea.



It is a picturesque promenade and is built facing the backwaters.It is a popular hangout place for the local people.



Pickup a walking tour map from the Tourist Info centre, I hit the road to explore the streets of Kochi.





Prince's Street at Fort Kochi.



Getting done with the day, I have walked back to my hotel to get ready for my cruise ride to Lakshadweep islands the next morning. Will post more pictures and details about the Island in my next travelogue. Cheers :)


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