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The rajputana Sheraton at Jaipur and the Jaypee Palace were excellent but The Park in Delhi, wasn't in the same level, the public spaces like corridor were dirty.
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Tour Alleppey, a quaint backwater retreat in Kerala, South India. Alleppey sits pretty in the midst of a labyrinth of water canals that meet each other at several points. Tiny islets covered in carpets of deep green enchant you on your travel to Alleppey - an exotic section of God's Own Country i.e. Kerala.
Famous for its thrilling boat races, Alleppey lures you into an attractive land known for its coir industry and coconut trees. Also known as Alappuzha, Alleppey is a great favorite with those wanting to relax in the lap of nature and revive their spirits.
The perfect time to travel to green Alleppey steeped in emerald coconut glamour would be during the months of August-September and February-March.
Tourist Destinations in Alleppey
An enamoring combination of peaceful quietude and bustling activity, Alleppey in Kerala, South India is a repository of tourist attractions, natural and architectural that allure you with their typical Alleppey appeal on your travel to Alleppey in Kerala, South India.
Tour the Punnamada Kayal, Ambalapuzha Temple, Krishnapuram Temple, Mullackal Temple, Kottamkulangara Mahavishnu Temple, Chettikulangara Bhagavathy Temple and the St. Andrews Church on your Alleppey travels with Caper Travel India.
How to Reach
There are several ways of reaching clean and green Alleppey though the two most viable ways are that you can land either at the Kochi airport or the Thiruvananthapuram airport and drive to Alleppey. The National Highway 47 crosses Alleppey and this exotic water world in connected by a network of canals to places like Changanassery, Kovalam, Kottayam and other backwater destinations in Kerala, South India.