Beach Resort in Alleppey Allows You to Explore this Beautiful Destination
Alappuzha etymologically is a combination of two different words, namely- Puzha and Ala with the former meaning river and the latter meaning wide. Beach resort in Alleppey is located at the landmark between the large network of rivers and the vast Arabian Sea where these water bodies ultimately fall. According to the historical records, during the 20th century Lord Curzon, the then Viceroy of India visited here and instantly fell in love with the place. In this joy and amazement, he gave it the name Venice of Eastern world. Nature has blessed Alleppey with a scenic beauty, which few words can aptly describe.
So, when you are here it is quite natural that you will want to explore every nook and cranny of this place whether by using the roads or the waterways. Some of the places of sightseeing interest in this haven for tourists are as follows.
Pathiramanal is a picturesque island situated on the backwaters. It is famous for the presence of rare migratory birds that come here to complete their life cycle and spend time in a positive atmosphere before flying off back to their homes.
Explore this enchanting island during your stay at a beach resort in Alleppey, which casts a magical spell on the visitors and helps them to create memories that stay with them for a long time. Pathiramanal means midnight sands and it lies between Kumarakom and Thaneermukkom, accessible only via boats.
Lake Resort Alleppey is an ideal location from where you can explore the unique Alappuzha Beach in the best way possible. A highly popular spot with picnickers, the beach is a scenic location indeed. By extending right within the sea present here is considered to be approximately 137 years old, if not more. Beach Park Vijaya in association with the beach creates an added attraction for adults and children alike. This park is known for the special entertainment facilities with an ancient lighthouse adding to the fascination.
Krishnapuram Princely Palace
Located in Karthikappally, Kayamkulum, Krishnapuram Palace is a must visit place for those who come to this part of Kerala. Built during the 18th century by Marthandavarma, the palace is famous for beautiful mural depictions that tell the tale of Gajendramoksham. An exquisite evidence of ancient arts, the loveliness of the murals holds the onlookers spellbound and it is one of the largest such pictorial depictions of its kind in the state. Besides this, the museum associated with this Palace also houses numerous bronzes, ancient sculptures, and paintings. Do not miss the opportunity to come here when you have booked into Lake Resort Alleppey.
The greenery and the natural beauty of Kerala need no introduction. Still the charm and allure of Alleppey is something that you need to experience on your own, and the Beach Resort in Alleppey Allows You To Explore This Beautiful Destination!