Top 10 Places to Visit in Alleppey

A visit to Alleppey is incomplete without experiencing its famous backwaters. Embark on a houseboat cruise and enjoy the serene backwaters, palm trees and paddy fields

Alleppey Backwaters

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The picturesque beach is known for dense palm groves, beautiful parks nearby and pristine sceneries. It is a paradise for people seeking relaxation and adventures alike

Alappuzha Beach

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Known as the ‘Rice Bowl of Kerala’ it is a scenic place near Alleppey that offers vast paddy fields, canals, toddy tapping, duck farming and coconut cultivation


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Situated near Alappuzha Beach, it offers panoramic views of the coastline and the surrounding backwaters. It was built in 1862 and is one of the oldest lighthouses in Kerala

Alleppey Lighthouse

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It is the largest lake in India and a major site of tourist attraction dotted with mangrove forests all around with coconut trees and is the heart of Kerala backwater

Vembanad Lake

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Located a few km from Alleppey, the island is a paradise known for its scenic beauty, migratory birds, thick mangroves and lush green vegetation

Pathiramanal Island

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The temple is dedicated to Lord Krishna and one of the seven great Vaishnava temples in Kerala and is known for its Kerala style of architecture

Ambalappuzha Sri Krishna Temple

The beach got its name from a local village of the Arabian Sea Coast – Mararikulam and is one of the best beaches to enjoy picturesque vistas and romantic strolls

Marari Beach

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It is a palace and a museum built by the Travancore King Marthanda Varma in the 18th century and is one of the most beautiful masterpieces of Kerala Style architecture

Krishnapuram Palace

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It is one of the most popular places to visit in Alleppey and is the oldest catholic church in Kerala, that dates back to 835 AD dedicated to the Virgin Mary

St. Mary Forane Church

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