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Beaches in and near Kochi, Kerala: What do you need to know?

seven local experts

From bikinis to beachballs to boardwalks, here's what seven local experts had to say about beaches in and near Kochi, Kerala.

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The city is beautiful beyond expectations, with it’s beautiful Beaches, and rich heritage. The food of Kerala though, some may find it a bit too spicy is incredibly delicious, So missing out on the sea-food platter, Kochi’s special next time you are their will be a shame. However. you must be cautious of he high temperatures during Summer. And during Monsoon beware of Mosquitoes.

Grusha, says: 2020

Anyone looking to move to my city needs to know it is very crowded and it is also very polluted. But on the bright side the place has some really good food places and pretty beaches. The metro in the city is one of the most developed in the country.

Aneesha, says: 2020

Kochi is rich in culture and heritage. It’s famous for its cosmopolitan feel and low cost of living. This city is lined by beautiful beaches. There are homes easily available on rent/lease here. This is the most welcoming place in the world! Kochi is easily accessible by land, sea and air.

Kochi is the queen of the Arabia Sea. The financial capital of Kerala, Kochi, is also famous for its tourist destinations like the beaches, backwaters, hillside. It is home to world class educational institutions, healthcare facilities, and shopping destinations, etc. It sports an international stadium, the JNS as well.

Bhaskar, says: 2020

The city where I live is a wonderful place, as there is a lot of jobs. There are also a lot of schools and colleges nearby. The climate is also very good, but a bit humid. It is also a big tourist destination because there is beaches and if you interested in shopping then this will be a wonderful city to move to.

Kratika, says: 2020

Kochi was the central point of a historic spice route that grabbed the attention of famous explorers such as Vasco Da Gama. This shares a lot of ancient temples, architecture, cuisine and communities. Different places to visit in Ernakulam are: Princess Street, Hill Palace, Folklore Museum, David Hall Art Gallery, Cherai Beach, Thattekkad Bird Sanctuary, Muziris Biennale etc.

Shreyashi, says: 2020

Kochi being the historic town that it is famous for has always attracted many people, even from the west, when there was no proper means of transportation. This quiet place is the best option you can look for, if you are planning to settle down. You will have everything within a walkable distance. From parks, beaches, post offices, stores, restaurants and schools to transportation. This will be a choice you will never regret!

Muralidhar, says: 2020
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