About Alappuzha



There are a number of fascinating things about Alappuzha. The best time to visit the city is between the months of August and March. The languages that are spoken in the region are Hindi, Malayalam, Tamil, and English. The climate of Alappuzha is temperate and humid. The city is more pleasant during the winter season.

Alappuzha is also known the name of Allepey. One of the interesting facts about Alappuzha is that it was established in 1762 by Raja Keshawadasan, Divan of Travanacore. The immense natural beauty of the land attracts tourists from far off places. The geography of the region is diverse with many lakes, rivers, sea enriching the land.

The city can be accessed very easily as it has a very well developed network of roads and railways. The nearest airport is at Cochin which is just 64 km away. Alappuzha is connected to Kottayam, Trichur, Bangalore, Palghat, Calicut, Cochin, Madras, Howrah, Bokaro etc. through various means of communication.

Alappuzha is a popular tourist attraction and the various places of interest are Mullackal Temple, Ambalapuzha Temple,Krishnapuram Temple, St. Andrew's Church, Kuttanad, Krishnapuram Palace, Ambalappuzha, Pathiramanal and many more. One can indulge in various adventure sports at Alappuzha.



Last Updated on 05 May 2011





     


     

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