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Experiences

Tuk Tuk Ride

The Tuk-Tuk ride around Fort Kochi will be at a relaxed pace, giving you ample time and space to absorb the sights and sounds. Old architecture, charming bylanes and picturesque churches ..an ideal morning's excursion.

Rent a Bicycle

Two eco-friendly wheels are a nice, easy way to get around and about (see that section for where to go). Just pick your bicycle from the colourful selection available near the main gate, ask at the reception for a map, and you’re good to go, pedaling your way through a sunny morning's outing through the bazaars and by-lanes.

Art Cafes

Fort Kochi is a Art hot spot today. With her numerous art galleries, artist residencies, and art cafes, the town is an abode for travellers who love art expressions.

Mattanchery Market

Mattanchery is a bustling old market of the Kochi's spice trade. Scores of small stores huddle together in old, dilapidated buildings and the air is filled with the biting aromas of ginger, cardamom, cumin, turmeric and cloves.

Jew Town , Antique Market

Home to the native Pardesi Jewish community in Kerala, Jew Town is lined by old Jewish homes on either sides of a narrow street leading up to the historic synagogue. Take a walk along the Jew Town and you can breathe antiquity. The curio and antique shops along the street are capable of enchanting the visitors with their variety and rarity. A big vaarpu (bronze vessel) almost three metres in diameter is one of the major attractions here.

Chinese Fishing Nets

These fishing net are fixed land installations introduced by Chinese explorer, Zheng He from the court of the Kubla Khan. The Chinese fishing net is believed to have been introduced to the Kochi shores as early as 1350 AD.