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Ernakulam, Fort Kochi, and Mattancherry Palace are prominent tourist places in Kochi which provides an exposure of culture and heritage of the place. Kochi welcomes the tourist with Jewish synagogue, spectacular European church, unique spice markets, Marine drive, Willingdon Island adventurous Chinese fishing nets, wax museum, Portuguese palace, Dutch homes which are built back on the 17th century.
The place is popular for Keralite cuisines with an abundance of coconut and spices. One can treat their taste buds with an abundance of seafood prominently freshwater fishes at Kochi. Traditional delicacies like vegetable pachadi, puttu, rice with sambhar and rasam are served on banana leaves.
Apart from that Chinese cuisine, Jewish cuisine and south Indian cuisine are also famous here. The perfect time to visit Kochi is from October to February. During the winters the coastal city offers chilling winds of the North, which is best for a relaxing and pleasant holiday.
Kochi predominantly follows south Indian cultures with a cosmopolitan outlook. The city, once, had a huge Jewish community. The place welcomes the visitors with a lot of friendliness and love. The culture of Kochi is evolving continuously but Kathakali dance form is always an integral part of their culture. Apart from the culture and breath-taking places, Kochi is extremely popular for mementos and handicraft items.
Munnar showcases flora and fauna that includes the massive tea-plantation area of South India, the place is located on the banks of three rivers- Madupetti, Nallathanni, and Periavaru. This is the reason the place is blessed abundantly by mother nature.
Best known for breath-taking natural viewpoints and tea plantation. Salim Ali Bird Sanctuary, Eravikulam National Park, Echo Point, Elephant Arrival Spot, Mattupetti Dam, Kolukkumalai Tea Estate are major tourist attractions.
The month of September to May is the perfect time for a romantic getaway with your partner. The season of monsoon is also a good time to visit the place to get a glimpse of the fresh looks of Munnar and green pastures of tea. The natural beauty is a hub for honeymooners as it offers lovely ambiance with pleasant weather. Winters at Munnar are famous for pleasant weather and adventure activities like trekking and rock climbing.
The culture is a blend of tribal Muthuvan traditions, British culture and traditional Tamil Nadu and Kerala. Onam is the harvest festival celebrated in this hill town, the celebration lasts for good days. Malayalam is the local language. Lip smacking Kairali cuisine like tender Coconut Kheer, Mezhukkupuratti, Mixed Vegetable Thoran, Puli Enji, rice, Idiyappam, Rasam is served traditionally on a banana leaf. The dishes are prepared using fresh coconut oil, spices and garnished with an abundance of coconut.