Love Alappuzha? Explore these places in Kerala's Venice of the East

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Vembanad Lake

Vembanad Lake, Kerala's longest lake and one of the largest in India, receives water from several canals along its wide expanse.

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Pathiramanal island

Pathiramanal, meaning “Sands of the Night,” is a small island on Vembanad Lake. It is a bird watcher's paradise, hosting around 91 local bird species & 50 migratory bird species.

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Pandavan Rock

Pandavan Rock is a stunning site featuring breathtaking caves & magnificent rock carvings. It is believed that the Pandavas stayed inside the cave during the Mahabharata.

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Marari Beach

This stunning location is renowned for its beach symphony, characterized by glistening sands and crystal-clear waters.

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Krishnapuram Palace

Built in the 18th century by the King of Travancore, Anizham Thirunal Marthanda Varma, Krishnapuram Palace is well-known for its vintage architecture and artistic murals.

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Kuttanad backwaters

This place is unmissable in Alappuzha. It is also known as the ‘Rice bowl of Kerala,’ for its stunning rice plantations.

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Ambalapuzha Sreekrishna Swamy Temple

Known as Dwarka of the South, this temple is the oldest Krishna temple in Kerala and among the oldest in India too.

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