One of the Kochi top attractions and a fine example of Kerala style architecture – Nalukettu. It was constructed by the Portuguese and later the Dutch undertook the renovation work. The museum’s highlights are the beautiful murals and the Paintings of erstwhile Rajas of Kochi. The palace closes by 5 PM so plan accordingly.
Close by is Jew Street. Take a walk through the street to explore the various shops that sell antiques, clothes, crafts and spices.
It is the oldest synagogue in the Commonwealth Nations and is known for its wonderful Belgian chandelier, gold crowns, brass railed pulpit and imported hand painted Chinese floor tiles.
Chinese Fishing Net
One of the most popular visuals associated with Kerala is that of Chinese Fishing Net, so catch a glimpse of it.
Marine Drive & Sunset Cruise
Take a walk on this beautiful walkaway. Sit on the benches to soak in the beauty around or try some food at the eateries here. The best thing to do, however, is to go for a sunset cruise in one of the many boats that line up here.
Athirapally & Vazachal Waterfalls
Two of the most famous waterfalls of Kerala are amongst Kochi top attractions. There is a lot of greenery around which is extremely heartening. Athirapally is the largest waterfall of Kerala with a height of 80 feet and is a part of Chalakudy River. Vazachal is home to a number of endangered species of birds and plants.
Alleppey Backwaters & Beach
Last but not the least,cruise on the beautiful Backwaters of Kerala. Witness the local lifestyle and enjoy the serenity spread. Alleppey is close to Kochi, hence for those visiting the city, Alleppey Backwater cruise makes for a wonderful option. There’s also the beautiful Alleppey beach to be explored.