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The Queen of Arabian Sea i.e. our Kochi is a vibrant city, situated on the south west coast of Indian Peninsula in the scenic and prosperous state of God’s own country Kerala. Cochin is also referred to as the Gateway to Kerala. Going through the past of the Arabs, British, Dutch and Portuguese have left indelible marks on the history and development of Cochin. Over the years, Cochin has emerged as the commercial and industrial hub of Kerala.

The marvelous history of Fortkochi began with a major flood in 1341 AD, which threw open the estuary of Kochi, turning into one of the finest natural harbors in the worl with this Kochi gradually emerged as one of the most important trade centre in South India.

Kochi became a haven of seafaring visitors from all over the world and became the First European Township in India when the Portuguese settled here in the 15th century, followed by the Dutch during AD 1663 then British took over the town in 1795. Fortkochi is famous for as a rich trade centre, a major military base have left a major impact on the culture and traditional heritage of Kochi. One can see a unique blend of European, Dutch and Portugal life-style in Fortkochi.

Nicholas Conti-the legendary Italian traveler said that “If China is where you make your money then Kochi is surely the place to spend it”.

  • Cochin City
  • Spice Market
  • Chinese Net
  • Fort Kochi Beach
  • Shops at Jew Street
  • Mattanchery Palace
  • Portuguese Museum
  • Santa Cruz Basalica
  • St. Francis Church
  • Jewish Synagogue
  • Bolghatty Palace
  • Sunset at Fort Kochi