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Things to Know Before Moving to Ernakulam City

Ernakulam is an ancient city full of natural beauty. Initially, it served as Kochi’s capital. In addition, Ernakulam in Kerala is regarded as a prominent commercial hub in Kochi, earning the title of “Commercial Capital Of Kerala.”

As time passes, the exhilarating atmosphere of this historic city grows. Ernakulam in Kerala is a must-see for its uncommon yet attractive combination of rustic charm and modern elements.

Ernakulam is everyone’s dream city to live in, the weather from October to February is pleasant as the weather drops the city’s natural beautify lives. During the monsoon, Ernakulam receives heavy rainfall, so if you are planning to move here you must do it before or after the monsoon.

Ernakulam is a very active city but you can easily spot a few places that you can visit to find the serenity of nature and peace of mind. Here are some places you must visit when you move to Ernakulam.

Marine Drive

Marine Drive is one of the most famous places in Ernakulam. Take a stroll along the 3 km backwater-facing path of Marine Drive. This breath taking location is at its most beautiful at sunset. With a magnificent reflection of the sun and sky, the location transforms into a colorful paradise.

Cherai Beach 

Cherai Beach is a popular tourist destination as well as a local attraction in Ernakulam, Kerala. It is very famous among couples because of the romantic setting on the beautiful beach with Chinese fishing lines, thick coconut coppices, and silent backwaters. This is also the perfect stop for an impromptu proposal!

Chottanikkara Bhagavaty Temple

This one is for all lovers of history. Chottanikkara Bhagavaty Temple is one of Ernakulam’s most famous temples dedicated to Goddess Bhagwati. This magnificent temple was built 1500 years ago by a woodland inhabitant and continues to draw a large audience of worshipers. Who would not want to visit here!

chotanikara temple amma narayana

chotanikara temple

Mattancherry Palace 

The Mattancherry Palace, also known as the Dutch Palace, shows Kerala’s stunning architectural splendor in a unique way. This magnificent building, influenced by colonial authority, is located 12 kilometers away. Built-in 1545 CE, this location was formerly the residence of Portugal’s King Veera Kerala Verma of the Kochi Dynasty.

Ernakulam is a place with history, hence if you are planning to move here you must visit all the places we have mentioned above.


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