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Trivandrum/Thiruvananthapuram travel guide highlights travel/tourism destinations in Trivandrum city of Kerala, India.

Trivandrum



Location In Kerala, India
Significance Capital of Kerala
Climate Moderate and pleasant throughout the year with heavy rainfalls during monsoons
Best Time to Visit September to May

Trivandrum City, KeralaTrivandrum or Thiruvananthapuram, the city of Anantha, the sacred serpent of Lord Vishnu, is the capital of Kerala. Also known as Trivandrum, it stirs up all the senses of a person with visual treats of beautiful sunsets and coconut groves bordering its beautiful lagoons, fragrance of spices and coffee, cool breeze delicate rushing across our skins and delightful seafood cuisines of Kerala. Known as 'City of Seven Hills', Thiruvananthapuram was once a popular port for Romans, Jews, Arabs and Christians and is still one of the biggest centers for sea-bound labor. According to a legend, Parashuram threw his axe into the sea, which immediately receded and the city of Trivandrum emerged with the state of Kerala.

Whether the land is true or not, the immense natural beauty of the place certainly seduces one to fall in love with the place at first sight. An important part of India's maritime history, today's Thiruvananthapuram is a delightful concoction of traditionalism and modernity. It is known for its Ayurvedic centers almost as well as space research that goes on here unveiling the most distant secrets of the universe. There are verdant green trees and beautiful backwaters and lagoon cruises, the most exotic beaches featuring cool breezes and scenic seashores and relaxing Ayurvedic massages that make Trivandrum, an Oriental paradise. The people here are warm and friendly.

Shopping Attractions:
Besides the traditional handicrafts of Kerala, Thiruvananthapuram is the best place to buy carved rosewood and teak items and Kathakali masks from the various shops at MG Road. The craft shops at Station Road offer sandalwood and brass products along with traditional Keralite bell-metal oil lamps. Traditionally hand-woven Kasava sarees, exquisite temple woodcarvings, brilliant Thanjur paintings, traditional inlaid chests, cashewnuts and spices and mistletoe and wine at Connemara Market are the other favorite picks of the region.



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