Places to visit

Sri Padmanabhaswamy Temple:

A Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Vishnu located in Thiruvananthapuram. The Principal Deity, Padmanabhaswamy, is enshrined in the "Anantha-sayanam" posture (in the eternal sleep of Yoga-nidra on the serpent Ananta). The temple, constructed in the Dravidian style of architecture. Darshan times are (before noon) 3.30–4.45, 6.30–7.00, 8.30–10.00, 10.30–11.00, 11.45–12.00; (after noon) 5.00–6.15 and 6.45–7.20.

Palace Museum (Kuthiramalika):

Palace Museum (Kuthiramalika) is one of the legendary museums in Trivandrum city. The interiors of the Puthenmalika (Kuthiramalika) Palace Museum in Trivandrum are adorned with royal paintings of ancient time. The exquisite collections of the Travancore's imperial family are also preserved within the Museum.
Timings: 8:30 am to 12: 30 pm in the first half and from 3:30 pm to 5:30 pm in the second half.

Napier Museum in Trivandrum :

The Napier Museum in Trivandrum displays a unique combination of authentic Kerala style of architecture added with Chinese and Mughal touch.

The Natural History Museum has a rich collection of historical artifacts. The items preserved range from priceless minerals to traditional books.

Sri Chitra Art Gallery

The Sri Chitra Art Gallery features a unique collection of traditional and contemporary Indian art. The creations of Raja Ravi Varma adorn the front galleries and the oil painting work of this renowned artist is no doubt the most important feature of Sri Chitra Art Gallery in Trivandrum. Among the other artworks preserved are Mughal, Rajasthani and Rajput paintings are worth mentioning. The Tanjore and Balinese paintings are popular for their intricate works. The elegant stone works and rich colors used in the paintings reflect the treasures of Indian art.

Zoological Park in Trivandrum :

The Zoological Park in Trivandrum is a natural habitat for the animals. The Thiruvananthapuram Zoo is home to 82 species from around the world and also includes a snake farm which exhibits both poisonous and non-poisonous snakes. The museums are open Tuesday to Sunday from 10am to 4.45pm, but not until 1pm on Wednesday.

Science & Technology Museum :

The Science & Technology Museum and Planetarium plays a major role in infusing the brighter prospects of science and technology in the minds of our future generation. It remains open to its visitors from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm on all days of week except Monday. The Planetarium has 40 minute shows in English at noon daily.

Kovalam Beach :

Kovalam Beach is just 13 kms away from Trivandrum. Three curve shaped beaches, alienated by stony outcroppings, form the major attraction of this coastal resort.

Shanghumugham Beach :

Shanghumugham Beach: The vast stretch of white sand and the serene atmosphere, away from the crowd in the city, provide all the ingredients for relaxation and for spending an ideal evening. The sculpture of Jalakanyaka - Mermaid by Kanayi Kunhiraman is an added attraction.

Veli Tourist Village :

Veli, developed as a major tourist spot by providing facilities for pedal-boating, row boating, swimming, get together, etc. is just the right place for an exciting outing.

Neyyar Dam :

Neyyar Dam: is located across the Neyyar river flowing south of Thiruvananthapuram. Lying amidst the southern low hills of the Western Ghats, 29 km from the city, the catchment area offers facilities for boating and mountaineering. A three-hour climb over the hills across the reservoir affords the thrill of hiking. A Lion Safari Park and a Crocodile Rearing Centre have also been set up in the reservoir.

Ponmudi :

A pleasant resort with an elevation of 912 m above sea level. A hill tribe called Kani lives in the surrounding areas. Ponmudi is fast developing as a hill resort with room and dormitory accommodation facilities, hill-trails for hiking, a collection of flowering trees and a deer park. Ponmudi is 61 km from Trivandrum city.

Koyikkal Palace :

Koyikkal Palace, Nedumangad: Located on the way to the Ponmudi hill station and the Courtallam waterfalls, this ancient palace dates back to the 15th century. Here we can see a double storeyed traditional Nalukettu building with slanting gabled roofs, an inner courtyard and museums of folklore and numismatics set up by the Department of Archeology. The Folklore Museum set up in 1992 is a treasure house of quaint musical instruments, occupational implements, household utensils, models of folk arts etc. Displayed in the Koyikkal Palace, they focus attention on the cultural background of the State. The Numismatics Museum houses rare and historically valuable coins denoting the trade relations of the State. It is about 18 km from the city.

Neyyattinkara :

Neyyattinkara is an ancient town, situated about 20 km south-east of Trivandrum city. The Sree Krishna Swami temple, founded by King Marthanda Varma (1729–1758), is of historical importance. The temple is situated beside the bank of Neyyar River. In the premises of the temple, there is a historic jack tree, known as Ammachi Plavu, in the hollow of which Marthanda Varma is believed to have hid himself and escaped death at the hands of his enemies.

Pandavanpara :

Pandavanpara an important site noted for cave paintings and carvings. It is situated at Ancode near Neyyattinkara. There about 37 carved motifs on both the internal and external walls, including the carvings of human and animal figures as well as some abstract shapes. It is assumed to be of the late Neolithic period.

Chitharal :

Chitharal is a small village situated at a distance of 7 Kms., from Marthandam and 45 Kms, from Kanyakumari. The village is accessible by road from Thiruvananthapuram on NH47.

It is famous for the Rock-cut temple. Hillock at Chitharal has a cave containing Rock-cut sculptures of Thirthankaras and attendent deities carved inside and outside dating back to 9th Century A.D. It was converted into Bhagavathy Temple in the 13th Century A.D. Cars and Vans can go upto the foot of the hill. One has to walk for about 10 minutes to reach the temple. The Jain images have been preserved Central Archeological Survey of India

Padmanabhapuram Palace :

Padmanabhapuram Palace : located in at Padmanabhapuram Fort, close to the town of Thuckalay in Kanyakumari District, Tamilnadu, in India. It is about 50 kilometers from Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala. The palace complex is inside an old granite fortress around four kilometers long. The palace is located at the foot of the Veli Hills, which form a part of the Western Ghats. The palace is administered by the Government of Kerala archeology department. There is an entrance ticket of Rs. 25 for Indians and Rs 200 for foreigners. It will take approximately an hour to one-and-half hours to see this palace. Ticket Timings: 9:00 am to 1:00 pm and 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm.

Kanyakumari :

Sometimes referred to as Cape Comorin, located at the southernmost tip of the Indian Peninsula. It is about 100 kilometers from Thiruvananthapuram. Kanyakumari is one of the few places in the world where one can witness both the sunset and sunrise at the same beach due to the geography. The popular places are the Kanyakumari Devi temple, Vivekananda Rock, and the Thiruvalluvar Statue.

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