Alleppey, the "Venice of the East", is the land of lagoons, leisure and tranquility. The beautiful backwaters, the lush carpet of green and the many crisscrossing canals will excite the explorer in you and increase your urge for adventure to an all new height.
Travelling to this part of the India is like walking towards the spirit of nature. If you further feel a need to amplify your spiritual experience by visiting the house of God, Alleppey will not disappoint you. Here is a look at the few tourist places to visit in Alleppey.
Playing Cricket on the sandy Alleppey beach.
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Ambalapuzha Sree Krishna Temple
Connect with your spiritual self at Ambalapuzha Sree Krishna Temple.
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Marvel the architecture of Champakulam Church.
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Pay your respects at Chavaran Bhawan.
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Chettikulangara Bhagavathy Temple
Meditate in the hall of Chettikulangara Bhagavathy Temple.
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Explore the majestic Edathua Church.
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Visit the oldest installation of Buddha in Alleppey at Karumadi kuttan.
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Enjoy a boat ride in the sunset at Kayamkulam Lake.
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Houseboats of Kerala
Stay in the luxurious Houseboats of Kerala and enjoy the pampering you receive.
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Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary
Set out to watch a variety of birds in their natural habitat at Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary.
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Walk through the paddy fields and enjoy the view of the canals and coconut trees.
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Visit the house of the King of Travencore, Krishnapuram Palace.
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Enjoy the picturesque view of Vembanad Lake.
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St. Andrews Church
Marvel Potuguese architecture at St. Andrews Church
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Visit the cave where the Pandavas took shelter during their exile at Pandavan Rock.
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