Alappuzha Shopping



Shopping has always been an important part of holidaying. Alappuzha vacation introduces the visitors to traverse through the backwaters and sunbathe in the warm sunny beaches. Alappuzha shopping takes the visitors to the handicrafts showrooms, which speak of the majestic tradition and cultural heritage.

Alappuzha is famous for its handicrafts, which are mainly made of coconut and coir shells. Coconut groves and forests constitute the natural beauty of Alappuzha. Visitors can get to purchase souvenirs and funky jeweleries made of coconut shells, which gives a trendy and classy look. Apart from coconut and coir shells, goods are also made from natural wood like teak, rosewood, sandalwood and so on. Artisans toil hard to craft a plethora of objects, which are admired all over India and abroad. Buffalo horns are also used to make attractive objects ands are very popular with the Kerala artisans.

Alappuzha shopping also comprises of spices, which are in great demand in the global spice market for their rich flavor. Not only are they used for cooking purpose but are also used in medicine, perfumes and preservatives.

Make your Alappuzha shopping a memorable one by shopping some of the finest pieces of art and spices.



Last Updated on 05 May 2011





     


     

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