Thrissur Tourism

Once ruled by the Zamorins and the Tippus, Thrissur is also called the cultural capital of Kerela. The famous festival of Thrissur Pooram is celebrated with utmost joy, glory, grandeur and enthusiasm all over Kerela. The name of the town means, ‘city of Lord Shiva’ and the Vaddakumnathan temple is an example of the same. You can still find cultural trails on this land because of various folk and classical dance academies that it has. The people of this town strive to keep their ancient culture intact which is why they maintain the temples and the historical places very piously and with enormous and tremendous amount & magnitude of respect.

According to pre-colonial history, the city opened its gates to overseas trade in the medieval period. Apart from the temple of Lod Shiva, the place has historic sites such as Basicilia of our lady of Dolous, Athirapilly Falls, Guruvayur Sree Krishna Temple, Vintage Vauxhall Velox Car Club, Chavakkad beach, etc. After the famous temple of Lord Shiva and Lord Krishna, the waterfall gives the place a mesmerizing look. It depicts the raw and untouched beauty of nature which is why it is now becoming a popular tourist spot as well.

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Travel Guide Athirapally waterfalls Thrissur
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Athirapally Waterfalls

The Athirapally waterfall is an amazing creation of nature. It is situated in the state of Kerala in India. This waterfall is also called as the “Niagara fall of India”. It is the largest waterfall in Kerala with a height of 25 meter.

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Travel Guide Charpa Waterfalls Thrissur
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Charpa Waterfalls

Charpa Waterfalls is located in the Thrissur District of Kerala. The waterfalls are created by Chalakudy River as it flows westward towards the Arabian Sea. The waterfalls are seasonal, becoming active only during the monsoons. This waterfall completely dries up during the summer....

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Travel Guide Kudakkallu Parambu Thrissur
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Kudakkallu Parambu

A burial site dating back to the 2000 BCE, Kudakkallu Parambu is one of the most iconic areas of Thrissur. Mentioned as a centrally protected monument by the Archeological Department of India and also as one of UNESCO World Heritage sites, this place is a must-visit for history b....

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Travel Guide Vadakkunnathan Temple Thrissur
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Vadakkunnathan Temple

A temple depicting Lord Shiva, Vadakkunnathan Temple in Thrissur is a sight to behold Enlisted into the UNESCO World Heritage list, this temple bears an archeological manifesto that many temples don’t feature. Located in the God’s own country, Kerala, this is a must visit one....

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Travel Guide Vazhachal Waterfalls Thrissur
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Vazhachal Waterfalls

Vazhachal waterfalls are located in Thrissur in Kerala. They form the garland in the Chalakuddy River. Sholayar forest range is adorned by these waterfalls. Many endangered and endemic species of birds are found in these dense forests.

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