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Located in the heart of Kochi, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Kochi Sunday Market and Hirome Market. Kochi Castle and Kochi Liberty and People's Rights ...
Nishitetsu Inn Kochi HarimayabashiSG$70
Situated on the riverfront, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Kochi City Culture Plaza Karupo, Kochi Yosakoi Information Interchange Hall and Harimaya ...
Hotel Nikko Kochi Asahi RoyalSG$126
Kochi Palace HotelSG$84
Located in the heart of Kochi, this hotel is steps away from Konoka Onsen, Mt. Godaisan and Niyodogawai Onsen. Ryuga Onsen and Kochi Sunday Market are also within ...
The Crown Palais New Hankyu KochiSG$111
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The cosmopolitan port city of Kochi is a bustling metropolis with a strong financial core, rich history and unique culture. It has grown into one of India’s most impressive tourist destinations, and boasts plenty of different highlights, from the vibrant Ernakulam district to the densely-packed island of Vypin. Visiting Kochi can be done year-round, but the months of August, September and December are popular because of their eye-catching festivals.Don’t Miss
There are a number of interesting museums located within Kochi. Tourists who want to explore the history of this beautiful city can visit the Museum of Kerala History. A light and sound show that highlights the history of Kochi is found here, plus exhibits like life-size wax statues and sculpture art that depict the city’s past events. The Indo-Portuguese Museum, which rests inside Kochi Fort showcases the Colonial period. Art-lovers will adore the exhibits at Pareekshith Thampuran Durbur Hall Art Gallery.
Kochi has a large number of gorgeous spiritual buildings, representing a range of different faiths. Hindu, Jain and Sikh temples are in abundance. Among the most famous are the Vamana-inspired Thrikkakara Temple, and the Thirumala Devaswom Temple, with its massive brass bell. St Mary’s Cathedral Basilica is a major Christian attraction, and the breath-taking domes of Chembittapally Mosque make this Islamic place of worship a must-see destination.
While in Kochi, tourists can also enjoy the warm waters off the Kerala coastline. Just to the north of Vypin Island stands Cherai Beach. This is the best place to enjoy a swim, and the coconut trees provide a picturesque background. Fort Kochi Beach is not as famous for its swimming but rather for its conflicts during the 17th century. Plenty of war relics can still be seen today.Restaurants and Bars
Kochi features plenty of different cuisines like Portuguese, Chinese, Indian and Middle Eastern. This port city also has an enormous range of fresh seafood options. Meen molagitta curry and kurruku kalan are famous dishes here, along with rice-based breakfast snacks like puttu and appam. Pubs and clubs are in abundance in Kochi, but tourists need to remember that there are dry days when no alcohol is permitted.Shopping
Shopping is a very popular pastime within Kochi. There are dozens of major modern malls scattered across the city. The largest being the huge Lulu Cochin Mall. Big name brands like Tommy Hilfiger and Marks & Spencer are located here. Convent Junction is home to plenty of designer boutiques, and Jew Town has an abundance of antique stores selling historical items.