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A blend of city life and serenity is Thiruvananthapuram that is the capital city of Kerala. A swanky metropolis with a plenty of scenic places and quaint urban charm to visit is Trivandrum. A perfect destination for visitors in India which is bordered by Arabian Sea in the west and the condition of Tamil Nadu in east is Trivandrum. An immaculate mix of fascinating history and society and appealing scene is this city. One of the best tourist spots in South India is Trivandrum makes by sacred temples, wonderfully designed palaces and majestic beaches which offers a huge variety of sights including incredible museums.

There is no maddening rush of a usual metropolis which despite being the state capital. The most famous and largest city in Kerala is Thiruvananthapuram. Thrivandrum is just the place for you to visit if ancient culture and history mesmerize you. Here, this place has people from various parts of the state living in harmony of cultural, social and religious being the largest and the most famous city in Kerala. The Karikkakom Chamundi Devi Temple, the Attukal Bhagawati temple, the Pazhavangadi Ganapathy Temple and the Aazhimala Shiva Temple these are other popular temples in Trivandrum.

All the year round from across the globe the safe, green and clean city with its moderate climate lures quite many tourists. Outside the Padmanabhaswamy temple, these include the Chitra Art Gallery in the Museum complex, Napier Museum and Natural history Museum and Kuthiramalika Palace Museum. Trivandam a perfect occasion destination makes by backwaters, slope stations, tidal ponds and tranquil shorelines. Cuisine of Trivandrum is dominated by local South Indian dishes and Seafood with an abundance of coconut as with any other coastal city in Kerala. The spot is additionally a noteworthy fascination for restorative voyage of learning Ayurveda and is likewise surely understood for its assorted widely varied vegetation.


Kuthiramalika Palace Museum
The rarest specimen of workmanship is Kuthiramalika Palace Museum which is located adjacent to Padmanabhaswamy Temple. This palace is displays valuable collections of royal family which is built by Maharaja Swathi Balarama Varma. An exemplary example of traditional Travancore- style architecture is this museum beside the rich collection which it displays. The palace museum is located near the Sree Padmanabha Swamy Temple and displays paintings and many priceless collection of the royal family. Here another attractive feature is an illusion portrait by veteran painter Sveroslav Roerich.

Padmanabhapuram Palace
This palace is filled with sculpted décor and rosewood carvings a wooden palace which is built in the typical Travancore architecture. One of the largest wooden palaces in India is Padmanabhapuram Palace which is mostly made out of Teak and Rose Wood. You can hear the fables and legends associated with it and you can choose for a guided tour where apart from looking at the many artifacts while you are here. This is one of the most interesting aspects of the black floor of palace which it was made by lime juice, jaggery, mixing sand with egg white, charcoal and burnt coconut.

Napier Museum
Napier Museum boasts greatly of its natural air conditioning system which is an exemplary example of gothic architecture- style. Along with Mughal and Chinese artwork the building of the museum boasts of a unique design that is an amalgam of Kerala- style which is also known as the Government Art Museum. The centre of the museum is designed in like a way which it boasts of natural air- conditioning which is an Indo- Saracenic building. One of the impressive architectural landmarks of Thiruvananthapuram is Napier Museum which is located on the highest point of the city. A blend of various foreign and native architectural styles is the building.

Kanakakunnu Palace
Kanakakunnu Palace is managed and owned by Government of Kerala which is located in the central city. An embodiment of outstanding architecture and craftsmanship that neighbor to the popular Napier Museum which is stands Kanakannu Palace. The most attractive features here are exquisite crystal chandeliers and antique furniture and enormous. A living testimony of the lifestyle of Kerala’s royal is the splendid structure. The central hub of this city is Kanakakunnu Palace. Make sure you catch up the Dance Festival of all India which is famously known as Nishgandhi festival hosted here annually if you are a plan to visit.

Vizhinjam Rock Cut Cave
At Vizhinjam, there is rock cut sculptures in the cave temple of the 18th century. One of the most visited tourist places in Trivandrum is Vizhinjam Rock Cut Cave Temple which is situated 17 km away from the city. Thus this particular temple is revered highly in South India that the temples has been important part of the Indian history. The Bhagavathy temple is another significant temple of Vizhinjam Rock Cut Cave Temple in the proximity. Located nearby featuring rare marine ornamental fishes is a Marine Aquarium.

Thiruvanathapuram Zoo
One of the oldest terrarium in the country which was established as a supplemental to the Napier Museum by the former Travancore Maharaja in the 1857 year is Thiruvananthapuram Zoo. The snake farm is one of the most interesting parts of the zoo which has both are non- poisonous as well as poisonous snake. You can also so bird watching here and it can be a unique experience for your family than usual sightseeing which is apart from this. Also the house of zoo has botanical garden with thousands of majestic snake farm, plants and orchids, more than 200 species of trees.

Attukal Bhagavathy Temple
One of the oldest temples of South India is Attukal Bhagavathy Temple which is also known as Sabarimala of the women due to majority of devotees being women. Attukal Bhagavathy or Attukal Devi is the principal god of the Attukal Bhagavathy Temple. There are also statues of Lord Ganesha, Goddess Kali and Lord Shiva besides the deity of Attukal Bhagavathy. The temple is dedicated to Goddess Bhagvathi who is one of the appearances of Goddess Parvati which is located on the banks of Killi River.

Vizhinjam Lighthouse
One can witness the capture spectacular views of an umbrella of coconut trees on the other and the Arabic Sea on one side from the top as you climb the 144 steps and a ladder. Vizhinjam beach is close to the lighthouse which is great for cycling and an evening stroll. A majestic sight is the sunset over the skyline with the lighthouse as a background. A treat itself is the enchanting sky hues reflecting against the hurried waves beneath. An ancient lighthouse known as Vizhinjam lighthouse is just 10 km away from Trivandrum City. At 5: 30 pm switched on and at 6: 00 am switched off is the light.

Shanghumugham Beach
One of the most famous touristy areas in Trivandrum is Shanghumugham beach which is just 8 km away from the central city. An ideal place for those seeking serenity and peace is Shanghumukham Beach. A radiant piece of art created by one of the Kerala’s distinguished sculptors is this sculpture which is constructed in a reclining posture. The pride of Trivandrum is Shanghumukham which is preferred dued to its scenic landscape and isolated location. The vantage point of witnessing pretty sunset is the Indian Coffee house which is located across.

Varkala Beach
A land of spa and seaside resort is Varkala beach. A paradise in its own right is Varkala which is an extremely escape from the busting crowd of the city. One of the most secluded beaches of Kerala is the Varkala Beach which is located at a distance of 54 km to the Thiruvananthapuram’s north. Also an ideal place to chill out is the blue lagoon near Varkala at Kappil. From the tensions and noise of daily life a perfect spot for anyone who likes to escape is Varkala beach. The seashore ensures you to have a rejuvenating vacation with swinging palms above and soft sands beneath.


By Road: Right next to the railway station, bus station of Trivandrum is situated. Regular buses to nearby cities such as Chennai, Madurai, Cochin, Coimbatore and Bangalore are there.

By Train: The main railway station is the Trivandrum Central which is located from the city center a few km away. This railway station is well connected with major cities of India such as Bangalore, New Delhi, Indore, and many others.

By Air: Own International airport has this city that well linked with other cities.


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