Alleppey - Places To See Part 2

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Anisha Yadav
Nov 22, 2019   •  14 views

Shri Krishna Swami Temple Ambalapuzha

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Lord Krishna is worshipped around India with different names. Shri Krishna Swami Temple in Ambalapuzha is very beautiful temple surrounded by a pond and apart temple it is also a monestary devoted to Lord Krishna. The place is really peaceful and very less crowded. The temple is as old as 13th century and remains to be a popular point of interest for tourists.

Krishna Puram Palace 

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Krishna Puram Palace is a collection of various artifacts and this is a 18th century king's palace, in accordance with strict Kerala style architecture. It also has a museum which has an amazing collection of artifacts. The tourist who love history must visit it.

Pathiramanal island

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This is a small island in Alappuzha district. Pathiramanal stands for 'sands of night'. This island is a home to many birds national and international. It's scenic beauty on both sides of the lake is yet another tourist place of interest.

Vijay park

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If you are traveling with kids then Vijaya park is a must on your list, this park has water boats, battery cars, toy train rides and a lot of fun not just for kids but for adults to remember their childhood.

Alleppey backwaters

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The backwaters at Alleppey stretch over a long route and on the way you have a lot many things to do. One of them is Kayaking in the backwaters of Alleppey in a small cabal. So the Villages that you couldn't explore being in the large cruises, you can explore them through these backwaters. There are many agencies that rent the paddlers on a reasonable price. While on your cruise, you can stop by at a seaside restaurant to try some masala shrimp and fried pomfret at a floating restaurant. Their speciality is that they serve everything fresh with ocean front will just make your day.

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