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Beach Road, Mackenzie Garden, opposite the Maritime Museum, Kochi, : 682001, India
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Travel Tips for Kochi

Prepaid Taxi service from COK Airport

by cochinjew

our flight was delayed and arrived close to 4 am at the Cochin International Airport. the prepaid taxi system is a good service. it is about 475 inr to ernakulam and 620 inr to fort cochin. Hotels like ballards Bungalows on booking withthem would arrange for a pick up for a reasonable rate. I dont know if you are coming at 4 am whether it is advisable to go to alleppey at that time. pehaps take a taxi to ernakulam and then stay the night and catch a bus or train the next day or even another taxi. but if you are coming during the day you can go directly to alleppey from the airport using the prepaid taxi service.

Jew Town Walk around

by bungi333

One can get to Jew Town spend around half a day to a day there (a day if you like shopping around in the many small antique shops around there).

One can visit the Synagogue and the Palace. Lots of history to the place, but you can read up most of it in your guide book if you carry one. Both the synagogue and the Palace are open between 3 and 5. And that's pretty much what it would take you to look there.

Best would be for you to get there for a relaxed lunch in one of the 4 places available, then get to the synagogue and the Place and walk around Jew town shopping at the many stores.

Oh. There is a post office if you need to send post cards, but ensure you do that by 3 or 4. I think they close after that.

Once you are done there, you can head to Fort Kochi in an autorickshaw. It is about a couple of kilometers. Or one can even walk it if you have the time.

Number of opportunities to take some good pictures.

Indo-Portuguese Museum

by Willettsworld

This museum opened in 2000 and is dedicated to Dr Joseph Kureethara, Bishop of Cochin from 1075-1999, who paid a big part in its conception. It's housed in the Bishop's House and exhibits a large range of Portuguese religious artefacts in five sections – Altar, Procession, Treasure, Civil Life and Cathedral. Collections include a 16th century altar made from teak wood, a 19th century chasuble, processional cross and the Coat of Arms of the Franciscans.

Open: 9am-6pm (closed Mondays). Admission: Rs25.

Mattancherry Palace aka The Dutch Palace

by suvanki

Constructed by the Portuguese in 1555. This palace is set in walled gardens, containing mango trees.

The Portuguese presented the palace to the Cochin Raja, Veera Kerala Varma, as a goodwill gesture (or to assist in their bid for trading supremacy)

Dutch occupation around 1663, resulted in huge renovation work, and thereafter it became known as the Dutch Palace.

Open Sat - Thursday, 1000 - 1700.
Free entrance, but donations may be requested.
Photography is not permitted.
Guide book on sale.

A Hindu Temple is situated in the quadrangular courtyard.

The central hall, originally the coronation hall, has exhibits of costumes and headgear of the Rajas. The ceilings are made of carved Teak.

Hindu Wallpaintings, depicting the epics of Mahabharata and Ramayana adorn the walls.
These murals are considered to be one of the wonders of India.

Downstairs in the ladies bedchamber are examples of erotic indian art, some have been considered controversial, especially one depicting Vishnu and Shiva!


by muddybok

In my Kochi page, I will try to bring out a more relax mood of traveling especially after all the rugged travel when I was at Mumbai, Aurangabad, Hyderabad & other destinations before this. I didn't purposely put up the "Father forgive them for they know not what they do" picture to irritate people, but to bring out the external influences that found here is quite unique as compare to India as the whole. Of course Goa is one place that Catholic influence is ever more evident than Kochi.

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- Confucius

The old man really knows what he is saying man!!


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Address: Beach Road, Mackenzie Garden, opposite the Maritime Museum, Kochi, : 682001, India