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Spice Market, CochinCochin, popularly known as the 'Queen of the Arabian Sea', is located on the west coast of India. It is the second largest city in the beautiful state of Kerala. Cochin is often referred as the commercial and industrial capital of the state. Plan tours to Cochin where greens caress sepia blues with monumental heritage dotting the emerald landscape. It is one amongst the important and bustling seaports in India.

Cochin, now known as Kochi, has a rich historic past that adds an extra appeal to this naturally splendid harbor in Kerala. This is not all, it is an important spice trade centre since the 14th century. In the ancient times, the traders from Cochin dealt with the Greeks, Romans, Jews, Arabs and Chinese. The city is packed with places that attract tourists.

Best Time to Visit

The best time to visit Cochin ranges from March to October. The climate is pleasant and cool during this time of the year.

Places of Interest

St. Francis Church:

St. Francis Church, dedicated to a Portugal saint Santo Antanio, was built in an attractive European style of architecture. It boasts of its lush green gardens. The interiors of the church is decorated beautifully with stunning paintings.

Dutch Palace:

Dutch Palace was constructed by the Dutch in the 17th century. Reflecting the great Indian mythological themes, the murals in the palace deserve mention. The ceilings are no less decorated. You will be astonished to see the beautiful floor of the palace. It looks like a marble floor but in reality it is made from the mixture of burned coconut shells, lime, charcoal, plant juices and egg white.

Chinese Fishing Nets:

Chinese Fishing Nets are huge in size. Made out of teak wood and bamboo poles, these nets look beautiful. Enjoy the exotic Malabar Coast that enchants you with its scenic Chinese Fishing Nets.

Jewish Synagogue:

Jewish Synagogue, an excellent piece of architecture, was built in the 16th century. Most praiseworthy is its tile work. Hand painted tiles were used which were imported from China. Wood carvings, rare artifacts and gold and silver crowns are the other attractions found here.

Reaching There

Cochin is well-connected to other parts of the country through air, rail and road. The Cochin Airport connects the city with all the major cities of India. Cochin is well connected with other important cities of India by rail. A good network of road makes Cochin accessible from all the major cities of the country.


Accommodation in Cochin is not a problem. Cochin is packed with a number of accommodation options ranging from luxury to deluxe and star to budget. Royal Village, Hotel Taj Malabar, Hotel Le- Meridian and Casino Hotel are some of the renowned hotels in Cochin.


Spices and coir are specialties of the markets in Cochin.

Cochin has breezily moved through the chapters of history. A fishing hamlet in the past, Cochin today is a popular tourist destination of Kerala. The European influence blends perfectly with the local ethnicity in Cochin. The smell of spices and sandalwood that fill the aura of the place, magnetizes the visitors. Be in Cochin, spend holidays at your pace.

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