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About Thrissur
Thrissur, commonly referred to as Trichur, is built around a 65-acre hill called Thekkinkadu Maidaanam. It is at a distance of 304 km from Trivandrum, the capital of Kerala. For being associated with spirituality, culture and religion, Thrissur is also called the “Cultural Capital” of Kerala.
Thrissur welcomes visitors to its beautiful beaches, lush forests, cascading waterfalls, and a variety of other attractions, making it an ideal location for experiencing Kerala’s surreal beauty from up close and personal.

Thrissur City, a majestic land rich in tradition and culture, is one of the best places to visit for a holiday. The Athirappilly Waterfalls, Vilangan Kunnu, Punnathur Kotta, and Shakthan Thampuran Palace are just a few of the many attractions in Thrissur. Kudakkal Prambhu and Chowannur Cave are just two examples of its wealth of archeological treasures. When you visit Thrissur, you’ll notice that there’s something new to see around every corner.

Thrissur Tourism offers a wide range of entertaining and thrilling activities to keep you occupied during your vacation. There’s something for everyone in this area, from houseboat stays to water activities, cave explorations, and waterfall awe-inspiring natural wonders. Thrissur experiences the tropical monsoon climate. Summer lasts from March to May and is the hottest time of the year. Winter from December to February makes the ideal time for a blissful vacation.
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