Kerala is best narrated because of its reality to have a horde of treasures, such as placid lakes, coral beaches, holy temples and synagogues, captivating foliage, and tranquil backwater.No doubt, with such awe-inspiring traits, the land earns the accolade of being “God’s Own Country”, a metaphorical reference to pristine beauty of this Indian State. The land is striking because of its Western Ghat donned by mountains and emerald-like water of the Arabian Sea.The captivating flora and fauna set the background for tourists to indulge in a big gamut of adrenaline-pumping sports activities.
Kerala is home to 2.76% of India's population; with a density of 859 persons per km2
54.73% of Kerala's residents are Hindus, 26.56% are Muslims, 18.38% are Christians, and the remaining 0.32% follow another or have no religious affiliation.
It’s a paradise for dosa lover! Usually, there are 187 varieties of South Indian staple. Among all, Pai Brothers offer 36 types of dosa, hence popular among locals and tourists alike. Get real flavours of South Indian specialities at this fast food centre.
Must Try: ThattilKutty
Location: MG Road
Well, Kerala is also famous among seafood lovers. Drawing specific attention of Kochi’s culinary style, Malabar Café is famed for endowing a luxurious South Indian setting. Experience the warmth of home-cooked meals while dining here.
Must Try: Calicut Biryani
Location: Grand Hyatt, Bolgatty Island
Pledged for keeping years of culinary history alive, the dingy, humble bakery in Pattalam is the only place where one can taste the famous Dutch bruder bread. It’s one among the must-visit places to create delicious memories!
Must Try: Namkeen& Cake
Location:Seaport Airport RD, Kochi