10 Places To Add To Your List If You Are Planning A Trip To Kerala Like Reshma Reya

July 16, 2019


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1. Kumarakom – The Backwater Paradise

Reshma Reya, who is famous for her portrayal of the character of Shakti from the Tamil Tv serial Poove Poochoodava recently posted a picture of her trip to Kerala. This Zee Tamil actress who hails from Kerala surely knows how to depict beauty. For her picture of a beautiful mist covered mountain in Kerala succeeded in gathering some attention.

Watch the distinctness of the character of Shakti in the show Poove Poochoodava.

Now, Kerala has much more to offer apart from these breath-taking misty mountains. So, here are 10 places you should add to your itinerary if you are planning to visit Kerala.

Set across the scenic Vembanad Lake, Kumarakom is famous for its Kettuvallams (house boats). If you are looking for a place to relax, this is the one!

2. Kuttanad – The Rice Bowl of Kerala

Located at the heart of the backwaters, this place is the lap of beauty, it is also famous for its lush paddy fields.

3. Munnar – The Beauty Canvas

Set at an altitude of 6000 ft, Munnar is famous for its tea plantations and rare flora and fauna.

4. Thekkady – Exuberant Wildlife

Heaven on the earth! This place cradles the Periyar National Park, which is a tourist attraction famous for its tiger reserves.

5. Wayanad – Trekker’s Trail

A place that boasts about the perfect harmony of natural and man-made heritage. The several unnamed waterfalls here lend and an open invitation to different adventure activities.

6. Malappuram – Essence of Religion

A city that lets rich history mix with its heritage of strong Islamic and Hindu cultures. It is also considered to be the cleanest cities of Kerala.

7. Palakkad – The Granary of Kerala

One of the most scenic cities in Kerala, this place depicts beauty with its beautiful mountains, sparkling lakes and vast paddy fields.

8. Thrissur – The Cultural Capital of Kerala

Thrissur is the land of Pooram, an annual Hindu temple festival. This place is famous for its rich culture and scenic splendour.

9. Varkala – Seaside Solace

Although a famous Hindu cultural centre, this place is known for its beautiful beach which also sets an atmosphere for several water sports activities.

Kozhikode – The Land of Spices

A commercial city of Kerala known for its culture, historical site and culinary vibrancy. The exotic spices here are known to add to the flavours of authentic Malabar cuisines.

Make sure when you visit Kerala, to take out time and visit the places listed here. Also, do not forget to let us know your favourite spot in the section below. 

If you enjoy watching Iniya Iru Malargal, you can also try watching  Sembaruthi, a romantic drama, that airs on ZEE5.

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