Sankhumugham Beach



One of the most exciting tours from Kovalam is the trip to Sankhumugham Beach. Located beside the Thiruvananthapuram Airport, the beach is very conveniently located. The Sankhumugham Beach is the favorite weekend haunt for the people of the town and a very popular destination in south India.

The Sankhumugham Beach in Thiruvananthapuram is only a eight Kilometers journey from the heart of the city. The Sankhumugham Beach is just not a mere beach but a hot bed activities and boasts of some exciting nearby sites. The children's park in the beach keeps the kids happy and gay. For the food lovers, there is a multi cuisine restaurant serving mouth watering dishes. The restaurant is also a thing to see because of its amazing star fish like shape. The indoor recreation center will keep the fun loving person busy and entertained.

The prime attraction around the Sankhumugham Beach is the statue of Matsya Kanya or the mermaid. The nearby Veli Tourist Village will provide luxurious comfort to the holidayers. The long stretch of clean white sand of the beach is perfect for an idle stroll along the sea. One can also relax in the beach, watching the fishermen doing their daily chores. During the festivals, the Thiruvananthapuram's Sankhumugham Beach witnesses the maximum crowd that gathers for the idol immersions.



Last Updated on 9/15/2011



     


     

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