Tourist Attractions in Thiruvananthapuram
Your Thiruvananthapuram tour allows you exploring a number of sightseeing places of
The extensive backwaters of Thiruvananthapuram allow you enjoying stunning
sceneries. With crystal clear lakes, chirping of birds and placid waters, backwaters of
Thiruvananthapuram turns into the main attraction of this place. The twisty waterways
surrounded with lush green foliage in its backdrop create a paradise on earth.
Varkala Beach, Akkulam Lake and Neyyar Dam are other attractions of the city that can
be visited during Thiruvananthapuram vacation.
The city has two museums Kuthiramalika Palace Museum and Napier Museum, which
are popular attractions of Trivandrum.
Best Time to Visit Thiruvananthapuram
Thiruvananthapuram enjoys a hot and tropical weather and there is no much difference
in climate of summer and winter. Humidity is high due to south-west monsoon. The
region experiences maximum temperature during May & June and temperature rises up
to 38°C and in December to January, temperature is about 25°C. The best time to visit
the city is between November and March.
Things to Buy in Thiruvananthapuram
Your Thiruvananthapuram trip will be incomplete without shopping in
Thiruvananthapuram. There are several things to buy from here. The local
craftsmanship, beautiful sculptures and amazing idols in local markets of Trivandrum
can be purchased from here. One can also buy gorgeous engravings and carvings of
brass and metal. Craft items made of coconut shells are also very popular and can be
purchased from here.
How to Reach Thiruvananthapuram
Before booking Thiruvananthapuram holiday packages, explore the options to reach
the destination. Being the capital city of Kerala, Thiruvananthapuram is well-connected
through all means of transportation.
Thiruvananthapuram has its own airport – Trivandrum International Airport. This
makes the city easily accessible from the rest of the destinations of India. Since it is an
international airport, it connects the city with other destinations of the world.
Thiruvananthapuram has its own railway station, which is a significant junction of
southern India. This is the reason; the city is well-connected with the rest of India
through railway lines. A number of super-fast express and Rajdhani trains pass from
this city and connect it from other prominent destinations of India.
Thiruvananthapuram is connected with a wide network of roads with rest of the cities
of Kerala and its nearby states. All destinations of Kerala can be easily accessed from
Thiruvananthapuram. It is connected to all places with excellent roads.