Thrissur Travel Guide

Thrissur town is situated 45 miles north of Ernakulam, 83 miles west of Coimbatore and 90 miles south of Calicut. It is the Headquarters of Thrissur taluk and Thrissur district. Thrissur District-influence region of Thrissur Town The function of a town can be fully assessed only with refernce to the hinterland or region it serves. The area of the district is 1,137 sq. miles. The present district with the exception of Chowghat taluk formed part of the erstwhile Cochin State. The district at present consists of 5 taluks viz. Thalappally, Thrissur, Mukundapuram, Crangannore and Chowghat.

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Thrissur, also called Trichur, is a city in Kerala with rich historical and cultural heritage and is known as the ‘Cultural Capital of Kerala’. The cuisine of Thrissur has been influenced deeply by the climate, indigenous crops and also factors like migration, influx of quite a number of religions into the area. Religions like Hinduism, Christianity, Islam and even Judaism have contributed to the evolution of the cuisine of Thrissur. Therefore, the taste of food ranges from very mild to very sweet to very spicy and any other taste in between. The taste that can be enjoyed in Thrissur can rarely be compared to any other place.

Thrissur is famous as the cultural capital of Kerala which is known world over for its colorful temple festivals. For all you shopaholics out there, Thrissur in Kerala offer you a wide variety of goods which you can carry back home as souvenirs or as memories of your Thrissur Tour. In Thrissur one of the major industries are the silk weaving industries. The famous silk sarees with bright colors and lustre allure the Indian women. Thrissur is an Excellent Shopping Expedition in State of Kerala . The shopping areas are at the bottom of the temple hill , in the Round where one can get some great Keralite craft pieces. Thrissur also produces beautiful silks.

Nightlife in Thrissur is sparkling with the shopping malls seeing large footfalls. Although one might feel a little exhausted after a whole day of new impressions, you can actually regain your spirits in a shopping spree. Thrissur has so much to offer and are a shopper's delight if one is looking for silks, handicrafts, brass works and jeweleries. The cinema halls and movie complexes of Thrissur are favorite haunts for the young and old alike. There are quite a few of them attracting huge crowds. The whole area lights up with the enthusiasm of people, shops and kiosks. Thrissur is renowned as the cultural capital of Kerala. No wonder, for the connoisseurs of art, the evenings in Thrissur are best spent amidst the sonorous music and classica

The Thrissur Kole Wetlands is one of largest, highly productive and threatened wetlands in Kerala. It acts as natural drainage for City of Thrissur. Thrissur mainly has tropical climate therefore one will find the city on the hot and humid side. The entire city is formed around the grand Shiva temple known as Vadakumnathan Temple. The temple is in the center of a mega roundabout that is of 64 acres. This round is known as Swaraj Round. All roads connect to this. Thrissur is regarded as the cultural capital of Kerala, a beautiful coastal region of southwest India with a history deeply rooted in the spice trade. For an exercise in absolute serenity, schedule an overnight houseboat tour of the local backwaters. Thrissur is home to many leading

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