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Thiruvananthapuram Travel

The capital city of Kerala, Thiruvananthapuram stays steeped into a rustic charm which keeps visitors close to its local cultures and traditions.  The city is nestling with the Arabian Sea on one side and Western Ghats on the other. People visit here to unwind at its beautiful beaches and catch vistas of its emerald backwaters. Here you can also explore various architectural wonders in the form of monuments, buildings and holy sites. Spa and Ayurvedic massages remain a major lure for tired souls visiting Thiruvananthapuram.

Kuthiramalika (Puthenmalika) Palace Museum remains a top choice of travelers visiting Thiruvananthapuram. This remains the rarest example of workmanship. Visit here to explore unique collections of royal family. The palace has a traditional Travancore-style architecture with spectacular wood carvings and distinct patterns. Padmanabhapuram Palace is another historical wonder belonging to the 16th century. This palace with rosewood carved ceilings displays beautiful paintings apart from brass lanterns, Belgian mirrors and 17th and 18th century frescoes.

History seekers must also pay a visit to the Natural History Museum. The construction of the museum was completed in 1964 and it displays an exceptional collection of animal skeletons, stuffed animals and birds.
Kanakakkunnu Palace of Thiruvananthapuram is located in the heart of the city. Perched atop a small hill, this palace flaunts large chandeliers and royal furniture. Its flawless Kerala-style architecture catches the attention of all. The palace houses two auditoriums namely Sooryakanthi and Nishagandhi open-air auditorium. Many grand events are planned here.

Beach lovers must check out various beaches of the city. Samudra Beach, a lesser-known beach, is a perfect haven to soak yourself into ample of nature. Chowara Beach is another wonderful beach of the city lined up with coconut trees and swaying palm leaves.   The beach looks dreamy with white-sands and is perfect to unwind under the jovial sun. Also, to understand the local religions, visit the Attukal Bhagavathy Temple where millions of women visit during the annual festival of Attukal Pongala Festival. Pilgrims visiting here worship Attukal Bhagavathy apart from Goddess Kali, Lord Shiva, and Lord Ganesha.

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