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About Kollam
Kollam is an ancient seaport city on the Malabar Coast of India, bordering the Laccadive Sea. It's 66 km north of Thiruvananthapuram. The city is on the Ashtamudi and Kallada rivers. Frequently referred to as Quilon, it is the gateway to Kerala's backwaters.  Kollam City is a nature lover's paradise. It boasts the state's most visited backwaters, laid-back beaches, refreshing waterfalls, islands, and impresses with its stunning spectacles and alluring charm. The view of the city from the Thangassery lighthouse towards the Kollam Port is probably the most beautiful.

Kollam tourism offers a unique combination of ancient marvels and modern architecture. Home to numerous ruins and relics, the city impresses with its colonial influence. The 13-arch bridge boasts to be one of India's oldest mountain railways. Thangassery church, fort, lighthouse, and Thirumullavaram Beach are other names that dot the list of best attractions in Kollam.

Whether you're a thrill-seeker or a peace-seeker, Kollam has something for everyone. Travelers of all kinds will find something to their liking here, from relaxing on the beach, admiring the natural beauty, and visiting plantations to taking a romantic cruise. It's magical to watch the sun go down, and even better is sampling the local cuisine while you're there. The climate in Kollam is a humid tropical monsoon, with little seasonal change. November and December (winter) are ideal months to visit Kollam because the weather is pleasant, humidity is low, and little rain. Summer in Kollam lasts from March to May, and it is extremely hot.

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