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Trivandrum to Kayamkulam
Updated on : Oct 21, 2016 08:14 AM
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  • Kallada Travels Trivandrum Kayamkulam Rs.318 Kallada Travels operates 2 buses from Trivandrum to Kayamkulam with starting price of Rs.318. First bus starts at 04:30 PM and last bus at 09:00 PM.

About Trivandrum

Also called as Thiruvananthapuram, it is the capital city of Kerala and is the most developed city of the state. Tucked with Western Ghats and scenic views, Trivandrum is a magical city that attracts huge number of tourist every year. With its pristine beaches and long stretched coconut trees allures tourist of every kind to have a visit. Like every other city in Kerala, this city too has maintained its culture with traditional old lifestyle and religious places with artistic beauty. Sree Padmanabhaswamy Temple is a pride of Kerala with its beautiful architectural work. The city is highly developed with IT companies mushrooming across the city. Trivandrum serves a better tourist spot like: Poovar Island, Agastya Mala, Museum Complex, The Zoological Park, Chowara Beach and Neyyar Wild Life Sanctuary.

About Kayamkulam

Kayamkulam is a small village in the state of Kerala. Just close to Alleppey and Quilon, Kayamkulam is connected to Kerala Backwaters. This village is known for temples and palaces that were built during ancient period and attract thousands of visitors every year. One such temple is dedicated to goddess Bhagavathy, which is known for huge traditional lamps which are lite up everyday. 18th century Krishnapuram Palace is also the option that should be visited. Blended with roofs, dormer windows and narrow corridors, this palace reflects the Kerala architectural work. Another interesting location to visit is the Oachira Temple, which is the only temple in Kerala having no idol. People visit here to worship trees which are believed to be the place where lord shiva meditated. Other places to visit are-Kollam, Alappuzha and other few locations.