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Thrissur Attractions

Athirappilly Waterfall nearly one hour journey from Cherai

Distances from Thrissur
Kochi Ernakulam , 65.8 KM
Queen of Arabian Sea and Kerala Metro City
Munnar Idukki , 104.74 KM
Hill place where three revers meet
Kumarakom Kottayam , 102.15 KM
Famous for its backwater tourism
Cherai Ernakulam , 42.5 KM
Long,Clean Golden Sandy Beach
Pathiramanal Alappuzha , 102.49 KM
Small Beautiful Island in the Vembanad Lake
Alappuzha Alappuzha , 115.67 KM
Venice of the East by travelers
Wayanad Wayanad , 131.36 KM
Place of Responsible and Sustainable Tourism
Kovalam Thiruvananthapuram , 251 KM
Means a grove of coconut trees
Thekkady Idukki , 146.15 KM
Periyar Tiger Reserve located in Thekkady
Vagamon Kottayam , 120.16 KM
Place with a cool climate
Gavi Pathanamthitta , 159.2 KM
It is part of the Periyar Tiger reserve
Payyambalam Kannur , 176.56 KM
A beautiful beach near to Kannur
BekalFort Kasargod , 247.36 KM
Largest fort in Kerala
Calicut Kozhikode , 93.97 KM
Place of unique historic monuments
Kottakkal Malappuram , 57.88 KM
Kottakkal is known for its ayurvedic traditions
Malampuzha Palakkad , 61.35 KM
Popularly known as land of Palmyra trees
Parambikulam Palakkad , 66.31 KM
It is home of rare wild animals
Nelliampathy Palakkad , 51.27 KM
Cool and fascinating hill resort
SilentValley Palakkad , 71.2 KM
The core of the Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve
Mararikulam Alappuzha , 103.12 KM
One of the worlds top five HAMMOCK BEACH by National Geographic survey
Varkala Beach Thiruvananthapuram , 206.55 KM
The Beach, that washes away all the sins in one's life
Thrissur Thrissur is known as the Cultural Capital of Kerala
Thrissur has historically been a center of Hindu scholarship. The city houses one of the most important temples of Hindu Shaivism, that is the Vadakunnathan temple. The district is also home of one of the most holiest Hindu Vaishnava temples, the Guruvayur temple. Christianity, Islam and Judaism entered into the Indian subcontinent through the Thrissur District. The works of scholars and Eastern Christian writings claim Thomas the Apostle to have set foot in Muziris near Thrissur 2,000 years ago
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