Well, what could be a better choice than ‘the heaven on earth’ experience at the Southwest coastline of India?
If you’re wondering about which fabulous place we’re talking about, it’s none other than the port hub of Kerala, Kochi.
Here are 5 amazing things we are going to add in your bucket-list while you’re in Kochi – 5 Things to do in Kochi:
1. Chinese Fishery Nets
Beginning with a must do, these Chinese Fishery Nets are no doubt Kochi’s tremendously popular tourist spots and that’s why it becomes our 1st priority in our “things to do in Kochi” list.
Imagine a beautiful sunset with your loved ones! A view of the setting sun through these nets. Isn’t it amazing? And you get a chance to see how these nets are used.
If you’re a foodie, you get to buy the morning catch from the fishmongers and have it cooked by the shacks nearby. Yummy!
2. Pardesi Synagogue
A walk through the Jewish Synagogue, the oldest in the Commonwealth nations.
It was mostly built by the Jews in 1568 but was damaged by the Portuguese after nearly a century.
The Dutch who conquered Kochi rebuilt it.
The Synagogue consists of hand painted willow pattern tiles, an attractively charming Belgian chandelier, and a gold pulpit.
3. St. Francis Church
This historic church is located at Fort Kochi. Built by the Europeans as a sign to the mute colonial struggle in 1503.
The body of the most famous Portuguese explorer Vasco da Gama is buried here.
Well, it’s a really fabulous Church and a famous tourist spot.
4. Santa Cruz Cathedral Basilica
Located at Fort Kochi it is one of the eight Basilicas in Kerala. It is reviewed as one is the finest and most impressive churches in India.
Being a place of devotion, yet it is famous for its art and architecture. So if you are a fan of European architecture you shouldn’t miss this spot.
We’re sure you’ll be thinking whether Kochi is full of churches or not!
Yes, but trust us, it’s one massive fun packed knowledge experience you wouldn’t want to miss exploring completely.
5. Willingdon Island
This is the largest artificial island in India. It is a home for more than 2 dozen export-import offices, warehouses, and hotels.
But the travel from the main city to the island is a remarkable journey as you get to go by cruise.
We’d noticed a pod of dolphins when were there last time – who knows you might get lucky too!
Also read “Fort Kochi – The old world Charm by 91Untold” to get a clear picture of Kochi.