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Places of interest in Vadanapally

Associated to the history of Thrissur district in the Kerala state, Vadanapally, also called Vatanapally is a village and panchayat on the coastal belt with a long history dating back from 1000 BCE to 500 CE. Ruled by an array of reigns starting from Chera dynasty of the Sangam age to the British in the 18th century, the place had been ruled by prominent rulers like ‘The Kulasekhara Dynasty, Medieval Cholas, Royalty of Cochin, Samoothiri dynasty, The French, The Dutch and Tipu Sultan till the British rule.’

Being a part of the cultural district of Thrissur, Vadanapally is also known for its traditions and history. People often search for Currency exchange rates today to buy or sell currencies at the best rates.Demand for foreign exchange servicesin the city increases because of many attractive tourist spots.  One of its best attractions is the Beach of Vadanapally on the Arabian coast just 16 km away from the Cultural Capital of Kerala and 3 km from the Vadanapally town. Adorned with areas of coral reef and plush green coconut trees, this beach is perfect for surfing, sun-bathing and swimming, further connected to the back-waters also helps boating trips through the rich greenery of coconut trees.

Snehatheeram Beach in Vadanappally

‘Snehatheeram’ beach at Talikulam, 4 km from Vadanapally is popular for ‘ORUMA’ the beach festival held annually.Boating through the Kerala backwaters in a country boat provides a closer study of the landscape, exotic smell and feel of God’s own country.Few hours in a houseboat acquainting with the food and life patterns of the rich culture of this state though miniature by area, will for sure be an enriching involvement.

Immediate attractions are Durga Devi Temple, South Juma Masjid and St Francis Church.

The famous Organic farming of Manaloor is a spot which should never be missed out. The Prime Minister’s visit to Manaloor in 2016 was celebrated with a feast for 3000 people using the products of the Organic farm which by itself earned the impressive title.

There is also some of the pilgrim centres located close to Vadanapally. Guruvayur temple, Palayoor Church, KodungallurCheramanJuma Masjid, Thriprayar temple, Thirumangalamtemple, ChavakkadManathala Mosque, Shankaramangalam Shiva temple, andKodungallurTemple are few among them.

How to Reach Vadanappally

By Air – Situated 90 kilometres from the Cochin International Airport, ample facilities are available by different modes of transport. Both public and private vehicles are in plenty.

By Road – Being a part of Thrissur makes transport easier as Thrissur is well connected by road. All the places of tourist attraction are located within few kilometres from the Thrissur Bus Station. Both Private and public buses ply frequently. Even to hire a private car is not a gigantic task. Reliable taxi services are available in plenty.

By Train – Located in the central part, Thrissur Railway station has a good network of transport connected to it enabling easy access to its historical sites in the suburbs and different parts of Kerala.

The historical sites and cultural attractions of Vadanapally are worth a visit.

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