The largest city and the capital of Kerala is also known as Trivandram and serves as a hub for tourists from around the globe. The Beaches here exotic and allures tourists from different parts of the world. The city has its roots in ancient India where it served as a major trading port back in 1000 BCE. It is also believed that King Soloman’s ships came here in the port in 1036 BC. Rich history and a large area make this city an important city of India.
The city is built on seven hills by the sea shore and located on the west coast and is bounded by Laccadive Sea and Western Ghats. The city is a home to Karamana and Killi rivers along with being a major hub for Vellayani, Thiruvallam and Aakulam backwaters. The exotic Beaches, luxurious resorts by the sea, the splendid back waters, and roaring two rivers make for a perfect holiday destination who wants to spend time with oneself. If you’ve seen Goa and its Beaches and has got inspired by it, you cannot avoid going to Trivandrum for its even more exquisite Beaches and elite crowd.
If backwaters in Goa mesmerized you, come here to witness backwaters at every nook and corner. Yes, Kerala has even more superior backwaters where boats could be seen taking rounds from one shore to the other. Take a boat ride in these splendid backwaters and get inspired by the natural opulence of Kerala which is in abundance here. Even the cities of Kerala are so unspoiled and you can notice it when you will witness the old Kerala architecture boasting in every structure being made. The houses built by people are in typical Kerala design with red roofs and a wooden interior which is less prominent is cities like this. The city has everything to inspire the travelers and tourists to come here and spend time with friends and families.
The tropical weather is hot year-round, with a hot, dry summer (Mar–May) and a rainy monsoon season Jun–Sep.
The best time to visit Kerala is between December and February as the weather is pleasant during thise season.
The Trivandrum International Airport connects a number of cities in India and abroad. The airport is just 6 km away from the railway station and provides best possible services to the visitors.
Thampanoor Bus Station is the headquarters of the KSRTC and hence one can get easy connectivity with important parts of the country.
Trivandrum Central is the main railway station located few kilometers away from the city center. This railway station is considered to be the biggest and busiest station in the state, in terms of passenger movement. Quite a good number of trains are available each hour that connect the city to the entire nation.
There is a lot to explore!