One of the oldest such structures of Kerala, Alleppey Lighthouse was also the marker of busiest ports and trade centres in the state. The lighthouse was constructed during the reign of Marthanda Varma II, and the tower was installed in 1862. The lighthouse offers a 360-degree view of the Arabian Ocean, and one can easily spend hours enjoying the infinity feeling.
2.Pandavan Rock, Alleppey
Pandavan Rock derived its name from Pandavas, the five famous brothers in Mahabharata. It is believed that Pandavas stayed inside the cave during their exile. The walk till the rock is quite interesting and it is an amazing place to spend time with family. The stunning view of hills and forests surrounding the rock serve as the perfect backdrop for photography.
3.Revi Karunakaran Museum, Alleppey
Revi Karunakaran Museum was built by Betty Karunakaran, in memory of her husband Revi Karunakaram – a leading industrialist and businessman. This privately owned museum has an amazing collection of Swarovski crystals, Murano glassworks, sculptures, and Tanjore paintings to name a few. Also, there’s a ‘Kerala Room’ in the museum with more than 3800 exhibits to represent the growth of Kerala over these years.