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  • Ash.
    London, UK14 contributions
    Organizer provided a one page writeup of the dialogue i.e. what each actor would 'say' with their gestures through their performance.

    Ahead of the performance itself, a dancer went through the face expressions and had gestures really quickly, while the dance master spoke its english equivalent.

    All together they want the audience to follow along and clearly went out of the way to make the effort. Nothing about this is "touristy". It's the real deal. Performance duration is under an hour.

    Also had a Kalaripyattu performance (martial arts). At the end of which, they offered to teach some self-defense moves.

    About 20 people were in attendance. Theatre is small and feels like a focussed experience. Felt personal. Please attend a performance and support the center.
    Written 2 May 2022
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  • Ananth 727499
    Tiruppur, India1,318 contributions
    This Amman temple is one of the most famous pilgrimage temples in Kerala..

    From Kochi, this temple is around 20 KMS.

    From Trivandrum, it's about 200 KMS.

    The temple has a wide place for parking cars at the side of the temple.

    Neatly maintained temple with very powerful vibrations..

    Don't miss this place..
    Written 9 April 2021
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  • Doc Maveli
    1 contribution
    What an amazing place with the most beautiful and rare collection.. It blows you away.

    A must visit in Kochi.. Entry fees very reasonable
    Three floors of treaure trove... A must see, to believe it!!!
    Written 25 April 2022
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  • trvl4exp
    Bengaluru, India23 contributions
    Small lanes with art shops coffee houses and of course the synagogue with the Dutch palace next door. Both are worth a visit. Lots of interesting shops for curios wood work paintings and a couple of artsy coffee shops. Have a cuppa at the ginger hotel on the waterfront.
    Written 4 May 2022
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  • Saju Mathew
    Ernakulam, India3 contributions
    Keralas most beautiful church i ever seen
    Dont miss if you are visiting in Ernakulam
    Strongly suggest
    Written 7 April 2021
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  • nilimag2015
    Mumbai, India465 contributions
    Visited a synagogue for the first time. Opulent interiors,very different flooring...nice experience.
    Written 19 June 2020
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  • aggarwald24
    Kochi (Cochin), India41 contributions
    While my stay at neemrana's the tower house. These fishing net seen from my room balcony. It looks awesome in the morning and during sunset.
    Written 23 March 2021
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  • cnomis
    Chorley, UK492 contributions
    when we visited there was a service on so we couldn't have as good of a look round as we would have wanted, we did have a peak inside , which from were we stood was beautiful , just wished we could have gone further inside
    Written 20 May 2020
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  • Pradip B
    Kolkata (Calcutta), India878 contributions
    This part of Cochin is a tourist attraction with lots of interesting sites. A visit to the Ferry Terminal, Beach and off course the Mattancherry Palace is a must for the tourists interested in understanding Cochin and its ancient culture.
    Written 1 April 2020
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  • Sabeera A
    186 contributions
    This is one of the most Holy Place for Christian devotees .It is an ancient church . This is our second visit .
    Written 25 March 2022
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  • Pradip B
    Kolkata (Calcutta), India878 contributions
    Situated near the Jawahar Park in Fort Kochi, Princess Street is one of best area of Cochin, where the Heritage has been preserved. It is for insistence of one of my friends of Kolkata, we visited this Street.

    We found this is a very tourist-friendly area of Cochin, with lots of Internet Cafes, Restaurants and Gift Shops.

    We purchased some gift-items for our friends in Kolkata, and found the prices are very much reasonable and comparable to the prices in other areas of Cochin.
    Written 4 April 2020
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  • suboyin2015
    Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates3 contributions
    An excellent place to rewind your spiritual feelings, with cool , Green Fresh environment, near the river side.... lot of devotees, mainly poor people, who pray with closed eyes sincerely to achieve their wishes....., The Jack fruit trees out side the the temples, were fully covered and loaded with plenty of fruits, even on the roots, gives you a luxurious look...which will create a happy mind, on the first sight itself.....
    Written 25 April 2021
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  • Joji J
    Kochi (Cochin), India3,104 contributions
    The Puthuvype Lighthouse is by the side of the coastal road between the beach and the main land and this Lighthouse was earlier in Fort Kochi and shifted to the present location in 1979. The 46 meters tall octagonal concrete tower which replaced the 1839 AD lighthouse is the tallest in Kerala. The lighthouse tower is surrounded by bushes and mangroves and we can see the lighthouse from the nearby beaches and villages. Whenever I ride through the Puthuvype road I can see the lighthouse.
    Written 28 July 2019
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  • Vikash
    Patna, India112 contributions
    Just near the Periyar river. It is indeed a beautiful architecture site to visit.
    Basically its a guest house which is operated by the local government. So you can say a guest house with museum in it.
    Written 4 January 2020
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  • ADBNEL
    Singapore, Singapore39 contributions
    Good experience, nicely maintained . you can see the past glory of cochin kingdom here. Amazing wood works on the ceiling ( must notice this)

    More beautification work needs to be done at the premises as it is an integral part of kerala history
    Written 24 November 2021
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