Thrissur-Trichur"Take A Trip to The Tribal Beauty"

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    Athirapilly Falls - Athirapilly Falls, famous for its waterfalls, is a popular picnic spot located at a distance of 60 km from Thrissur city, at the entrance of Sholayar ranges of Western Ghats. Originating from the deep forests of Sholayar ranges, Athirapilly Falls plummets from a height of about 24 m to the rocky bed of River Chalakkudy.

     

    Guruvayur Sri Krishna Temple - Guruvayur Sri Krishna Temple is one of the sacred pilgrim spots in South India, known as 'Bhooloka Vaikuntam' and 'Dwarka of the South'. As per legends, the presiding idol, Lord Krishna (Vishnu) of Guruvayur Sri Krishna Temple is about 5000 years old. This idol originally belonged to the Lord Krishna Temple of the holy city of Dwaraka, which submerged in to the sea. Guru Bruhaspathi and Lord Vayu were left with the task of finding a new abode for this idol, until they discovered a site on the banks of River 'Rudratheertha'. Since the idol was consecrated here by Guru Bruhaspathi and Lord Vayu, the temple as well as the region was named as 'Guruvayur' and the deity came to be known as 'Guruvayurappan'. 

     

    Vadakkumnathan Temple - Vadakkumnatha Temple, located in the heart of Thrissur city, is one of the oldest temples of Kerala. Built in typical traditional Kerala style of architecture, Vadakkumnatha Kshetram is decorated with murals and sculptures. Situated amidst Tekkinkadu (Forest of Teak trees) ground, atop a hillock, Vadakkumnatha Kshetram overlooks the city of Thrissur. The stone wall which encloses the temple and its premises consists of about 9 acres of land. The principal shrine of this temple has four lofty gopuras and an enclosed complex. This complex has three shrines dedicated to Lord Vadakkumnathan, Lord Sankaranarayana and Lord Rama. Lord Vadakkumnathan (Lord Shiva) is the principal deity of this temple.

     

    Vazhachal Falls - Vazhachal Falls, famous for its waterfalls, is a popular picnic spot located at a distance of 60 km from Thrissur city and 5 km from Athirapilly Falls, nearby Sholayar ranges of Western Ghats. Vazhachal Falls, situated with a scenic backdrop of dense forests of Sholayar ranges, is a part of River Chalakkudy. During its course on rocky terrain, River Chalakkudy gives out in three branches, which resume its flow surrounding the small islands formed by the riparian forests. These three branches gather momentum on its downward course and plummet to the rocky bed of River Chalakkudy to re-unite.

     

    Bible Tower - Bible Tower is the bell tower of Puthen Palli or Basilica of Our Lady of Dolores of Thrissur, which is situated behind the church at a height of about 80 m. Bible Tower is the largest church tower in Asia and is decorated with wood and brass carvings, stained glasses, oil paintings, terra cotta paintings, canvas paintings and murals.

     

    Punnathurkotta Elephant Sanctuary - Punnathurkotta Elephant Sanctuary, located at a distance of about 23 km from Thrissur city and 2 km from Guruvayur Sri Krishna Temple at Kottapadi, is home to about 66 elephants which belong to the Guruvayur temple. This sanctuary, which was once the fort and the palace of Punnathur Raja, consists of shrines dedicated to Lord Shiva and Bhagavathy. Known also as Elephant Fort or Anakotta, Punnathurkotta Elephant Sanctuary is regarded as the largest elephant sanctuary in the world.

     

    Peechi Dam - Peechi Dam is a popular attraction in the vicinity of Thrissur city, situated at a distance of 20 km away. It is built across River Manali to serve the irrigation needs of Thrissur and surrounding areas. Facilities for Boating are available at Peechi Reservoir.

     

    State Museum - State Museum Complex, situated over an area of about 5.5 acres of land in Thrissur city, comprises of Zoological Garden, Botanical Garden, Art Museum and Natural History Museum. State Museum Complex was established in the year 1885, is a popular attraction of tourists visiting the city. Archaeological and Art Museum exhibits ancient relics and artefacts from all parts of Kerala. Zoological Garden, popular among kids, is home to about 315 animals which belong to 46 species. The galleries of Natural History Museum display those exhibits which explain the history of evolution and the importance of Preservation of Nature. 

     

    Thiruvilvamala - Thiruvilvamala is a temple town located on the northern outskirts of Thrissur. Situated on the banks of River Bharathapuzha, Thiruvilvamala is famous for its Vilwadrinathan temple, which is dedicated to Lord Rama. Ekadashi is an auspicious occasion at Thiruvilvamala, during which devotees visit Punarjani caves, which is located at a distance of 2 km from the temple and crawl through the 150 m long cave. It is believed that crawling or ‘noozhal’ at this cave can provide freedom from all sins.

     

    Thiruvambady Krishna Temple - Thiruvambady Krishna Temple of Thrissur is one of the ancient temples of Kerala. The temple is dedicated to Lord Krishna. Thiruvambady Krishna Temple plays an important role in Pooram festival as it is the starting point for one of the festival processions, while the other is from Vadakkumnathan Kshetram.

     

    Archeological Museum - Archaeological and Art Museum, situated within the State Museum Complex of Thrissur on the Town Hall Road, exhibits murals and relics from different parts of Kerala. Some of the popular exhibits of this museum are ancient manuscripts on palm leaves, traditional artefacts, handicrafts, bell metal lamps, etc.

     

    Kerala Kalamandalam - Kerala Kalamandalam or ‘Kalamandalam Deemed University of Art and Culture’ at Cheruthuruthy is a major attraction of Thrissur, which was founded by Vallathol Narayana Menon and Manakkulam Mukunda Raja in the year 1930. This is a learning institute which imparts training in various dance and theatrical forms and musical instruments in Gurukula Sampradaya. Training in traditional and classical performing art forms like Kathakali, Mohiniyattam, Kudiyattam, Thullal, Kuchipudi, Bharatanatyam and Nangiar Koothu, classical orchestration like Panchavadyam and percussion instruments like chenda, maddalam and mizhavu are available here.

     

    Chavakkad Beach - Chavakkad Beach is one of the popular beaches of Kerala, located in Chavakkad of Thrissur District. Situated along the coast of Arabian Sea on the Western part of Thrissur District, Chavakkad is also famous for its estuary or ‘Azhimukham’.

     

    Paramekavu Bhagavathy temple - Paramekavu Bhagavathy Temple located in the city of Thrissur is regarded among the biggest Bhagavathi temples of Kerala. This temple, dating back to 10th century AD, is dedicated to Goddess Paramekavu Bhagavathy, who is a form of Goddess Durga.

     

    Arattupuzha temple - Arattupuzha Temple is a popular pilgrim spot located in the vicinity of Thrissur. The temple is dedicated to Lord Ayyappa (Muruga), who is also the presiding deity of the village. It is believed that Arattupuzha pooram is the oldest festival in Kerala.

     

    Peechi-Vazhani Wildlife Sanctuary - Peechi-Vazhani Wildlife Sanctuary lies in Thrissur District adjacent to the Peechi Dam. This sanctuary, which covers an area of about 125 sq km of land, was formed in 1958.

     

    Appan Thampuran Smarakam - Appan Thampuran Smarakam, located at Ayyanthole, in the vicinity of Thrissur city, is famous for its vast collection of books, journals, magazines, etc.  Appan Thampuran Smarakam, which is maintained by the Kerala Sahitya Academy, was established in the year 1976. This literary and cultural museum, set up at the Kumarapuram Palace of Sri. Ramavarma Appan Thampuran, is also named after him to commemorate his literary and cultural contributions.

     

    Shakthan Thampuran Palace - Shakthan Thampuran Palace is a popular attraction in the city of Thrissur. Shakthan Thampuran Palace, also known as Vadakkekara Palace, was the royal palace of Shakthan Thampuran, an erstwhile ruler of Cochin Kingdom. It was Vadakkechira Kovilakam that Shakthan Thampuran selected for his stay and he renovated it in traditional Kerala and Dutch architectural style. The palace is characterized by its typical Nalukettu architecture, high roofs and Italian marble- laid floors.

     

    Puthen Palli - Puthen Palli or Basilica of Our Lady of Dolores is a major attraction of Thrissur, known for being the biggest and tallest church in Asia.  Puthen Palli, which covers an area of about 2300 m, is built in Indo-Gothic style of architecture and has characteristic features such as lofty belfries, double-storey aisles at the nave and transepts, eleven altars, etc. The interiors of the church are decorated with murals, scenes from scriptures and pictures of saints. It took about 11 years for the construction of the church and it was opened for the public in 1940.

     

    Kudakkallu - Kudakkallu, situated nearby Kunnamkulam of Thrissur District, is a historic place. This place is noted for its 4000 year old umbrella-shaped stones, which are discovered to be the memoir-stones placed above the tombs of aristocrats.

     

    Shankara Samadhi - Shankara Samadhi is the Samadhi of Sri Adi Shankaracharya, an eminent Advaitha philosopher who attained Samadhi in 820 AD. Situated in the vicinity of city, Shankara Samadhi is a major attraction of Thrissur.

     

    Mummiyur Temple - Mummiyur Temple is located in Mummiyur of Thrissur District at a distance of a kilometre  from Guruvayur Sri Krishna Temple and 30 km from Thrissur District. Mummiyur Temple is dedicated to Lord Rudra Shiva, who as per legends gave away his meditating site on the banks of River ‘Rudratheertha’ to Guru Bruhaspathi and Lord Vayu for consecrating the idol of Lord Krishna, which later on became Guruvayur Sri Krishna Temple. The temple, built in traditional Kerala architectural style, is ornamented by frescoes and sculptures. It is a ritual, that a visit to Guruvayur Sri Krishna Temple should be followed by a visit to Mummiyur Temple.

     

    Parambikkulam Wildlife Sanctuary - Parambikkulam Wildlife Sanctuary is a popular attraction at Thrissur. Parambikkulam Wildlife Sanctuary, which covers about 285 km of area, is situated in the Sangam Hill ranges of Western Ghats, in between Anamalai and Nelliampathy Hill ranges. This sanctuary, which is an ecological continuum from Peechi to Eravikulam, is also a part of 390.88 sq km of Parambiculam Tiger Reserve. Parambikkulam Wildlife Sanctuary was established in 1973 and it was declared a part of Parambiculam Tiger Reserve in the year 2010. Lying at varied altitudes of 300 m to 1430 m, this sanctuary is bounded by Nenmara Forest Division in its North, Vazhachal Forest Division in its South, Chalakudy Forest Division in its west and Annamalai Wildlife Sanctuary in its east.

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  • Hotels of Thrissur-Trichur

    Niya Regency Hotel, Thrissur-Trichur

     Kanjany Road

    Niya Regency a solitary owned property, comprising highly talented and experienced. Individuals who are all passionate about what they do. A place where you enjoy some enlightened moments while basking in the glory of ou

    3,480.00 Avg/night

    Pearl Regency Hotel, Thrissur-Trichur

     Warriam Lane

    Pearl Regency Hotel, Thrissur-Trichur Pearl Regency Hotel is located in the heart of Thrissur city. It is at a distance of 49 km from Cochin International Airport, 650 m from Thrissur Railway Station and Thrissur KSRTC B

    2,440.00 Avg/night

    Elite International Hotel, Thrissur-Trichur

    Chembottil Ln

    Elite International Hotel, Thrissur-Trichur The hotel is stationed at the spirit of Thrissur. Other nearby places of interest are Guruvayur Sri Krishna Temple 2 km (approx.), Vadakkumnathan Temple 1 km (approx.), Kerala

    2,450.00 Avg/night

    Joys Palace Hotel, Thrissur-Trichur

     Near Sakthan Bus Stand

    Joys Palace Hotel, Thrissur-Trichur offers comfy and reasonable keep for each business and leisure travelers who looking for some economical decisions. It is a professionally managed hotel in the heart of the city. This

    5,700.00 Avg/night

    Manappuram Hotel, Thrissur-Trichur

    Kuruppam Road

    Manappuram Hotel, Thrissur-Trichur offers comfy and reasonable keep for each business and leisure travelers who looking for some economical decisions. It is a professionally managed hotel in the heart of the city. This

    2,600.00 Avg/night

    Lulu International Conventional Centre And Garden Hotel, Thrissur-Trichur

    Puzhakkal

    Lulu International Conventional Centre And Garden Hotel, Thrissur-Trichur LuLu International Convention Center and Garden Hotels is a perfect retreat for travellers who want to move away from the hustle bustle of the cit

    4,860.00 Avg/night

    Casino Hotel, Thrissur-Trichur

    Casino complex

    Casino Hotel, Thrissur-Trichur Casino Hotel is situated in Thrissur, the cultural capital of kerala. This ideal spot for holidaymakers who wish to spend some quality time away from the hustle and bustle of city life is a

    3,720.00 Avg/night

    Luciya Palace Hotel, Thrissur-Trichur

    Marar Road

    Luciya Palace Hotel, Thrissur-Trichur At Luciya Palace, travelers can reach to other places very easily as the hotel is conveniently situated at Marar Road. The hotel is quite near to places such as Guruvayur Sri Krishna

    3,500.00 Avg/night

    Pooram International, Thrissur-Trichur

    Kuruppam Road

    Pooram International, Thrissur-Trichur offers comfy and reasonable keep for each business and leisure travelers who looking for some economical decisions. It is a professionally managed hotel in the heart of the city. Th

    3,200.00 Avg/night

    Pathans Residental, Thrissur-Trichur

     Pathans Building

    Pathans Residental, Thrissur-Trichur offers comfy and reasonable keep for each business and leisure travelers who looking for some economical decisions. It is a professionally managed hotel in the heart of the city. This

    3,420.00 Avg/night

    Trichur Towers, Thrissur-Trichur

    TB Road

    Trichur Towers, Thrissur-Trichur Trichur Towers is Located at 3 km from the Vadakkumnathan Shiva Temple. It is accessible from the KSRTC Bus Stand (1 km) and the Cochin International Airport (50 km). From this property

    4,900.00 Avg/night

    Coconut Island, Thrissur-Trichur

    Vettakharan Kadave

    Coconut Island, Thrissur-Trichur offers comfy and reasonable keep for each business and leisure travelers who looking for some economical decisions. It is a professionally managed hotel in the heart of the city. This pr

    3,500.00 Avg/night

    Dass Continental Hotel, Thrissur-Trichur

    Sakthan Nagar

    Dass Continental Hotel, Thrissur-Trichur Dass Continental is situated at Sakthan Nagar. The famous sightseeing spots Vadakkumnathan Temple (Approx. 3km) and Bible Tower (Approx. 1km) are located close to this hotel. Vada

    3,380.00 Avg/night

    Ashoka Inn, Thrissur-Trichur

     Sakthan Thampuran Nagar

    Ashoka Inn, Thrissur-Trichur offers comfy and reasonable keep for each business and leisure travelers who looking for some economical decisions. It is a professionally managed hotel in the heart of the city. This propert

    4,500.00 Avg/night

    Cee Pee Towers Hotel, Thrissur-Trichur

     Near KSRTC Railway Station

    Cee Pee Towers Hotel, Thrissur-Trichur The hotel is well-positioned at post office road and is conveniently accessible from various places of attraction. Some of them are Guruvayur Sri Krishna Temple 2 km (approx.), Vada

    1,560.00 Avg/night

    Sea Fort Hotel, Thrissur-Trichur

     Railway Station Road

    Sea Fort Hotel, Thrissur-Trichur offers comfy and reasonable keep for each business and leisure travelers who looking for some economical decisions. It is a professionally managed hotel in the heart of the city. This pro

    2,500.00 Avg/night

    Thalikulam Beach Resort, Thrissur-Trichur

    Nambikkadavu

    Thalikulam Beach Resort, Thrissur-Trichur offers comfy and reasonable keep for each business and leisure travelers who looking for some economical decisions. It is a professionally managed hotel in the heart of the city.

    3,500.00 Avg/night

    Tamarind KTDC Easy Hotel, Thrissur-Trichur

    Opposite Indoor Stadium

    Tamarind KTDC Easy Hotel is located opposite Indoor Stadium, Palace road. Vadakkumnathan Temple (Approx. 2km) and Bible Tower (Approx. 2km) are the nearby tourist attractions around this hotel. Vadakkumnatha Temple repre

    1,420.00 Avg/night

    National Tourist Home, Thrissur-Trichur

    M.G. Road

    National Tourist Home, Thrissur-Trichur offers comfy and reasonable keep for each business and leisure travelers who looking for some economical decisions. It is a professionally managed hotel in the heart of the city. T

    2,000.00 Avg/night

    Vishnu Gardens And Resorts, Thrissur-Trichur

    Near Pazhampuzha

    Vishnu Gardens And Resorts, Thrissur-Trichur offers comfy and reasonable keep for each business and leisure travelers who looking for some economical decisions. It is a professionally managed hotel in the heart of the ci

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    Athirapilly Falls - Athirapilly Falls, famous for its waterfalls, is a popular picnic spot located at a distance of 60 km from Thrissur city, at the entrance of Sholayar ranges of Western Ghats. Originating from the deep forests of Sholayar ranges, Athirapilly Falls plummets from a height of about 24 m to the rocky bed of River Chalakkudy.

     

    Guruvayur Sri Krishna Temple - Guruvayur Sri Krishna Temple is one of the sacred pilgrim spots in South India, known as 'Bhooloka Vaikuntam' and 'Dwarka of the South'. As per legends, the presiding idol, Lord Krishna (Vishnu) of Guruvayur Sri Krishna Temple is about 5000 years old. This idol originally belonged to the Lord Krishna Temple of the holy city of Dwaraka, which submerged in to the sea. Guru Bruhaspathi and Lord Vayu were left with the task of finding a new abode for this idol, until they discovered a site on the banks of River 'Rudratheertha'. Since the idol was consecrated here by Guru Bruhaspathi and Lord Vayu, the temple as well as the region was named as 'Guruvayur' and the deity came to be known as 'Guruvayurappan'. 

     

    Vadakkumnathan Temple - Vadakkumnatha Temple, located in the heart of Thrissur city, is one of the oldest temples of Kerala. Built in typical traditional Kerala style of architecture, Vadakkumnatha Kshetram is decorated with murals and sculptures. Situated amidst Tekkinkadu (Forest of Teak trees) ground, atop a hillock, Vadakkumnatha Kshetram overlooks the city of Thrissur. The stone wall which encloses the temple and its premises consists of about 9 acres of land. The principal shrine of this temple has four lofty gopuras and an enclosed complex. This complex has three shrines dedicated to Lord Vadakkumnathan, Lord Sankaranarayana and Lord Rama. Lord Vadakkumnathan (Lord Shiva) is the principal deity of this temple.

     

    Vazhachal Falls - Vazhachal Falls, famous for its waterfalls, is a popular picnic spot located at a distance of 60 km from Thrissur city and 5 km from Athirapilly Falls, nearby Sholayar ranges of Western Ghats. Vazhachal Falls, situated with a scenic backdrop of dense forests of Sholayar ranges, is a part of River Chalakkudy. During its course on rocky terrain, River Chalakkudy gives out in three branches, which resume its flow surrounding the small islands formed by the riparian forests. These three branches gather momentum on its downward course and plummet to the rocky bed of River Chalakkudy to re-unite.

     

    Bible Tower - Bible Tower is the bell tower of Puthen Palli or Basilica of Our Lady of Dolores of Thrissur, which is situated behind the church at a height of about 80 m. Bible Tower is the largest church tower in Asia and is decorated with wood and brass carvings, stained glasses, oil paintings, terra cotta paintings, canvas paintings and murals.

     

    Punnathurkotta Elephant Sanctuary - Punnathurkotta Elephant Sanctuary, located at a distance of about 23 km from Thrissur city and 2 km from Guruvayur Sri Krishna Temple at Kottapadi, is home to about 66 elephants which belong to the Guruvayur temple. This sanctuary, which was once the fort and the palace of Punnathur Raja, consists of shrines dedicated to Lord Shiva and Bhagavathy. Known also as Elephant Fort or Anakotta, Punnathurkotta Elephant Sanctuary is regarded as the largest elephant sanctuary in the world.

     

    Peechi Dam - Peechi Dam is a popular attraction in the vicinity of Thrissur city, situated at a distance of 20 km away. It is built across River Manali to serve the irrigation needs of Thrissur and surrounding areas. Facilities for Boating are available at Peechi Reservoir.

     

    State Museum - State Museum Complex, situated over an area of about 5.5 acres of land in Thrissur city, comprises of Zoological Garden, Botanical Garden, Art Museum and Natural History Museum. State Museum Complex was established in the year 1885, is a popular attraction of tourists visiting the city. Archaeological and Art Museum exhibits ancient relics and artefacts from all parts of Kerala. Zoological Garden, popular among kids, is home to about 315 animals which belong to 46 species. The galleries of Natural History Museum display those exhibits which explain the history of evolution and the importance of Preservation of Nature. 

     

    Thiruvilvamala - Thiruvilvamala is a temple town located on the northern outskirts of Thrissur. Situated on the banks of River Bharathapuzha, Thiruvilvamala is famous for its Vilwadrinathan temple, which is dedicated to Lord Rama. Ekadashi is an auspicious occasion at Thiruvilvamala, during which devotees visit Punarjani caves, which is located at a distance of 2 km from the temple and crawl through the 150 m long cave. It is believed that crawling or ‘noozhal’ at this cave can provide freedom from all sins.

     

    Thiruvambady Krishna Temple - Thiruvambady Krishna Temple of Thrissur is one of the ancient temples of Kerala. The temple is dedicated to Lord Krishna. Thiruvambady Krishna Temple plays an important role in Pooram festival as it is the starting point for one of the festival processions, while the other is from Vadakkumnathan Kshetram.

     

    Archeological Museum - Archaeological and Art Museum, situated within the State Museum Complex of Thrissur on the Town Hall Road, exhibits murals and relics from different parts of Kerala. Some of the popular exhibits of this museum are ancient manuscripts on palm leaves, traditional artefacts, handicrafts, bell metal lamps, etc.

     

    Kerala Kalamandalam - Kerala Kalamandalam or ‘Kalamandalam Deemed University of Art and Culture’ at Cheruthuruthy is a major attraction of Thrissur, which was founded by Vallathol Narayana Menon and Manakkulam Mukunda Raja in the year 1930. This is a learning institute which imparts training in various dance and theatrical forms and musical instruments in Gurukula Sampradaya. Training in traditional and classical performing art forms like Kathakali, Mohiniyattam, Kudiyattam, Thullal, Kuchipudi, Bharatanatyam and Nangiar Koothu, classical orchestration like Panchavadyam and percussion instruments like chenda, maddalam and mizhavu are available here.

     

    Chavakkad Beach - Chavakkad Beach is one of the popular beaches of Kerala, located in Chavakkad of Thrissur District. Situated along the coast of Arabian Sea on the Western part of Thrissur District, Chavakkad is also famous for its estuary or ‘Azhimukham’.

     

    Paramekavu Bhagavathy temple - Paramekavu Bhagavathy Temple located in the city of Thrissur is regarded among the biggest Bhagavathi temples of Kerala. This temple, dating back to 10th century AD, is dedicated to Goddess Paramekavu Bhagavathy, who is a form of Goddess Durga.

     

    Arattupuzha temple - Arattupuzha Temple is a popular pilgrim spot located in the vicinity of Thrissur. The temple is dedicated to Lord Ayyappa (Muruga), who is also the presiding deity of the village. It is believed that Arattupuzha pooram is the oldest festival in Kerala.

     

    Peechi-Vazhani Wildlife Sanctuary - Peechi-Vazhani Wildlife Sanctuary lies in Thrissur District adjacent to the Peechi Dam. This sanctuary, which covers an area of about 125 sq km of land, was formed in 1958.

     

    Appan Thampuran Smarakam - Appan Thampuran Smarakam, located at Ayyanthole, in the vicinity of Thrissur city, is famous for its vast collection of books, journals, magazines, etc.  Appan Thampuran Smarakam, which is maintained by the Kerala Sahitya Academy, was established in the year 1976. This literary and cultural museum, set up at the Kumarapuram Palace of Sri. Ramavarma Appan Thampuran, is also named after him to commemorate his literary and cultural contributions.

     

    Shakthan Thampuran Palace - Shakthan Thampuran Palace is a popular attraction in the city of Thrissur. Shakthan Thampuran Palace, also known as Vadakkekara Palace, was the royal palace of Shakthan Thampuran, an erstwhile ruler of Cochin Kingdom. It was Vadakkechira Kovilakam that Shakthan Thampuran selected for his stay and he renovated it in traditional Kerala and Dutch architectural style. The palace is characterized by its typical Nalukettu architecture, high roofs and Italian marble- laid floors.

     

    Puthen Palli - Puthen Palli or Basilica of Our Lady of Dolores is a major attraction of Thrissur, known for being the biggest and tallest church in Asia.  Puthen Palli, which covers an area of about 2300 m, is built in Indo-Gothic style of architecture and has characteristic features such as lofty belfries, double-storey aisles at the nave and transepts, eleven altars, etc. The interiors of the church are decorated with murals, scenes from scriptures and pictures of saints. It took about 11 years for the construction of the church and it was opened for the public in 1940.

     

    Kudakkallu - Kudakkallu, situated nearby Kunnamkulam of Thrissur District, is a historic place. This place is noted for its 4000 year old umbrella-shaped stones, which are discovered to be the memoir-stones placed above the tombs of aristocrats.

     

    Shankara Samadhi - Shankara Samadhi is the Samadhi of Sri Adi Shankaracharya, an eminent Advaitha philosopher who attained Samadhi in 820 AD. Situated in the vicinity of city, Shankara Samadhi is a major attraction of Thrissur.

     

    Mummiyur Temple - Mummiyur Temple is located in Mummiyur of Thrissur District at a distance of a kilometre  from Guruvayur Sri Krishna Temple and 30 km from Thrissur District. Mummiyur Temple is dedicated to Lord Rudra Shiva, who as per legends gave away his meditating site on the banks of River ‘Rudratheertha’ to Guru Bruhaspathi and Lord Vayu for consecrating the idol of Lord Krishna, which later on became Guruvayur Sri Krishna Temple. The temple, built in traditional Kerala architectural style, is ornamented by frescoes and sculptures. It is a ritual, that a visit to Guruvayur Sri Krishna Temple should be followed by a visit to Mummiyur Temple.

     

    Parambikkulam Wildlife Sanctuary - Parambikkulam Wildlife Sanctuary is a popular attraction at Thrissur. Parambikkulam Wildlife Sanctuary, which covers about 285 km of area, is situated in the Sangam Hill ranges of Western Ghats, in between Anamalai and Nelliampathy Hill ranges. This sanctuary, which is an ecological continuum from Peechi to Eravikulam, is also a part of 390.88 sq km of Parambiculam Tiger Reserve. Parambikkulam Wildlife Sanctuary was established in 1973 and it was declared a part of Parambiculam Tiger Reserve in the year 2010. Lying at varied altitudes of 300 m to 1430 m, this sanctuary is bounded by Nenmara Forest Division in its North, Vazhachal Forest Division in its South, Chalakudy Forest Division in its west and Annamalai Wildlife Sanctuary in its east.

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