Alappuzha or Alleppey Backwaters, with its maze, of trenches, connects along with the silver coast, makes for a significant occasion. Its bright individuals add to the town’s appeal. Alleppey offers a pleasant cruise ride to Kollam along the grand Vembanad Lake. The spectacle scene of rich green paddy fields, transcending coconut trees, sparkling water, and long trenches around Alappuzha make a brilliant setting for the town. Alleppey the Venice of the East invites you to the backwaters of Kerala. It is rising as an asperity area of the millennium. Today Alleppy has developed in significance as a backwater voyager’s venture, engages a large number of outside visitors every year.
Attractions: Alappuzha Beach, Krishnapuram Palace, Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary, Marari Beach, Revi Karunakaran Museum, Marari Beach, Punnamada Lake, Pathiramanal, and Sri Krishna Temple in Ambalappuzha. The Snake Boat Race in Alleppey is another specialty
Best Time to visit: November to February: Winters are the best time to visit Alleppey as the weather is mild and pleasant.
- By Air: The nearest airport is Kochi, which is 53 km away. The airport connects Alleppey to all major domestic cities including Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Bangalore, Ahmedabad, Pune and Hyderabad.
- By Rail: The Alleppey railway station is situated within the city limits and connects all the major cities and towns of the state as well as hole India.
- By Road: KSRTC bus service is available for tourists and local people travel throughout the state comfortably at a pretty reasonable price. Private bus services are also present connecting Alleppey with other adjoining states.