15 Places to Visit in Fort Kochi 2023, Tourist Places & Attractions
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Jew Town, Paradesi Synagogue, Pallipuram Fort, Vypeen Island, Bolgatty Palace, Dutch Cemetery, Kerala Kathakali Centre, Fort Kochi Beach, Santa Cruz Cathedral Basilica, Vypeen Island, Fort Immanuel and many more Fort Kochi tourist places.

Rightly considered as one of the most preferred holiday destinations in God’s own country, there is no dearth of interesting places to visit in Fort Kochi. Whether you are travelling with family and looking for a pristine beach to stretch your legs on and build sandcastles on with your kids, or travelling alone and searching the recesses of your soul to unearth spirituality and devotion – Fort Kochi is the place to be.

Architecture buffs will find an overwhelming number of buildings that display genius designs and shopaholics can find an array of antique and quirky pieces, Fort Kochi has something for everyone.

If you are overwhelmed by the deluge of information on the interwebs and looking for an easy way out to plan your trip to Kochi, this is the place for you. Check out our list of Fort Kochi tourist places and get the best out of your vacation.

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Jew Town

The Jew Town is a winding street sandwiched between Mattancherry Palace and Synagogue and is an attractive destination for those of you always on the lookout for antique and quirky art pieces. You will find the place brimming with local and international tourists on the hunt for unique items.

The tiny market is full of pristine pieces of art that have a rich history and interesting stories behind them.

The items showcased belong not only to Jews, but some also have a cultural background related to India, China, and Europe. If you are a shopaholic and antique lover, this is the place to be. You will find a plethora of trinkets and decorative items that each have a story of their own to tell you and diverse history to enchant you.

Distance -
4.2 km from Fort Kochi bus stand.

– No entry fee.

Entry fees
- 5 am to 9 pm, every day.

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Kerala Folklore Theater and Museum

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Offering you one of the richest experiences you will ever gain on a holiday, Kerala Folklore Theater and Museum is one of the most interesting places to visit in Fort Kochi. The museum is a hotbed for architectural buffs with its Malabar, Cochin and Travancore style of architecture. Elephants statues adorn the entrance and traditional Kerala carpentry style lend it a unique air.

The elegant arches made of wood, tiles and stones are a stunning addition. The museum showcases different art forms of Kerala along with masks, puppets, ornaments, wood carvings, oil lamps, antique musical instruments, sculptures made of wood, bronze, copper, etc. The theatre is a great place to get to know the rich cultural heritage of Kerala and get first-hand knowledge of the art of the state.

Distance - 10.2 km from Fort Kochi bus stand.

Timings -
 Stage performances from 9:30 AM to 7 PM.

Entry fees -
Rs. 50 for students and Rs 100 for adults.

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Princess Street

Also known as Loafer’s Corner, Princess Street is one of the most popular forts in Kochi tourist places. Offering everything from handicraft shops that sell beautiful pieces of art and craft and cafes and restaurants that serve mouth-watering delicacies, Princess Street is the place to be for the social butterflies, shopping lovers, and fashionistas among you.

The street features a unique confluence of old and new – you can enjoy the sight of the old world, European-style buildings showcasing Dutch, British and French influences, just dotted on the street, along with modern-styled housing and shops.

Architecture buffs will love the grandeur of colonial-era structures. And at the end of the long day walking and admiring the building, you can enjoy a relaxing spa in one of the centres on the street.

Distance - 
350 m from Fort Kochi bus stand.

Timings –
No timing restrictions.

Entry fees -
 No entry fee.

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A small locality in Kochi, the Mattancherry has an incredibly beautiful experience to offer – the Mattancherry Palace. The double storied building looks magnificent and stunning against the backdrop of Kerala’s backwaters and deep blue skies. The sight itself is a treat to the eyes, but that is not all the place has to offer.

The museum part of the palace houses gorgeous artefacts and belongings of the royal house of Kochi. History enthusiasts will have a lovely day here, exploring the cultural history of Kerala. Art and architecture buffs will find the style of the building and the mural paintings collection fascinating. The temples dedicated to Lord Shiva and Lord Krishna in the centre of the complex are also a tourist site for Hindu devotees.

Distance -  2.7 km from Fort Kochi bus stand.

Timings - 10 am to 5 pm every day, except on Fridays.

Entry fees - INR 20 for adults, no entry fee for kids.

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Fort Kochi Beach

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One of the most prominent fort Kochi tourist places is the beach, which will revive you to the core. With its serene environs and lush surroundings, the beach offers an idyllic getaway from everyday routine. The walk to the beach itself is a calming experience – the tall palm trees swaying in the breeze and the cool, salty wind on you face serve to transport you to a different world.

Catch a glimpse of the stunning sunsets over the blue waters and marvel at the sight of cargo ships in the distance passing through the sea. Visit the beach at New Year’s Eve and participate in the brilliant Cochin festival held there every year. Enjoy local delicacies and spicy snacks on the pristine beaches. Watch the undulating waves wash all the worries off your soul.

Distance - 
1.5 km from Fort Kochi bus stand.

Timings -
9 am to 6 pm, every day.

Entry fees -
No entry fee.

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Kerala Kathakali Centre

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Famous as the school of traditional arts, a visit to the Kerala Kathakali Center is a rich and diverse experience that will remain etched in your memory forever. The school offers captivating shows off some of Kerala’s traditional and influential art practices – like Kathakali, music, martial arts and other dance forms.

The shows are performed in the most authentic manner by experienced performers and are a treat for classical dance lovers and cultural enthusiasts. Get a taste of the real Kerala and feel your senses heightened to a whole new level as you watch these goosebumps-inducing performances.

Distance - 
 550.0 m from Fort Kochi bus stand.

Timings -
5 pm to 7 pm.

Entry fees -
INR 250 per person.

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Santa Cruz Cathedral Basilica

Constructed by the Portuguese and now considered as one of the most magnificent places to visit in Fort Kochi, the Santa Cruz Cathedral Basilica is one of the eight Basilicas in India. The basilica serves as the cathedral church of the Diocese of Cochin and is visited frequently by devotees of Christianity because of the same.

The fine architecture of the church attracts tourists every year that wish to admire the grandiose and opulent style. Set up against a backdrop of clear blue skies and with its exteriors painted in white, the church exudes a quaint old charm.

The medieval styled architecture with huge arches, painted ceiling, and mesmerizing paintings make it a must visit tourist destination. The Santa Cruz Cathedral is one of the few places in India where spirituality and religion embrace artistry and architectural grandeur.

Distance - 450.0 m from Fort Kochi bus stand.

Timings - 9 AM to 1 PM and 3 PM to 5 PM.

Entry fees - No entry fee.

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St Francis Church

Known for its splendid architecture and awe-inspiring ambience, St Francis Church is one of the most beautiful places to visit in Fort Kochi. It is considered to be one of the oldest churches in India and is known as the mute witness to the struggle of India against European colonialism.

Legend has it that the remains of great explorer Vasco de Gama were buried in the church before being shipped off to Lisbon after 14 years. The gravestone of Vasco de Gama is a popular tourist attraction, along with the cenotaph erected in 1920 in memory of Kochi residents that died in World War I.

Architectural enthusiasts also visit the church to admire the eminent structure with its European style, and quaint, old-world charm.

Distance -  
700 m from Fort Kochi bus stand.

Timings -
10 am to 5 pm, every day.

Entry fees -
No entry fee.

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Pallipuram Fort

Boasting of being the oldest surviving European monument in India, the Pallipuram Fort is one of the most amazing places to visit in Fort Kochi due to its rich cultural heritage and bedazzling architectural splendour. The gigantic hexagonal building is uniquely designed with laterite, mortar and wood.

Amidst lush green surroundings and virgin environs, the quaint charm of the fort is a mesmerizing sight to behold. Far away from the hustle and bustle of city life, the fort stands among glistening skies and blankets of greenery offering an escape from everything related to the concrete jungles. The inside of the place offers open spaces where you can go on a relaxing picnic with your family.

Distance -  24.1 km from Fort Kochi bus stand.

Timings - 9.30 am to 6.30 pm, every day except Mondays.

Entry fees - No entry fee.

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Paradesi Synagogue

Known for being the oldest synagogue in the Commonwealth, Paradesi is one of the most interesting places to visit in Fort Kochi. The old-world charm of the place paired with pollution free environs and picturesque backdrops provides it with a serene air.

The inside of the building is marvelling in itself – the spacious halls, rare and enchanting antiques on display, magnificent chandeliers glittering in the sun, large windows that filter in crisp yellow sunlight. The entire place is covered with hand-painted blue willow patterned tiles and stepping into the hall will transport you to an entirely different world.

The carved teak arches are spectacular to behold and a special oriental rug gifted by the last king of Ethiopia can also be seen hanging.

Distance -
2.7 km from Fort Kochi bus stand.

Timings -
The Synagogue is open every day except Fridays, Saturdays and Jewish holidays from 10 am to 12 noon and from 3 pm to 5 pm.

Entry fees -
No entry fees.


Chinese Fishing Nets

Chinese fishing nets are fixed land installations used for fishing in the sea. If you visit the beaches of Kochi at dusk and dawn, a one-of-its-kind sight will reveal itself to you. The silhouette of the nets being raised from the water against the setting sun has been the subject of many a photographer’s shots.

The nets are set up on teak and bamboo poles and each net is operated by at least 6 fishermen. The sight of these fishing nets suspended in mid-air against the backdrop of azure waters and clear blue skies make for a spellbinding experience.

Distance - 1.4 km from Fort Kochi bus stand.

Timings - No timing restrictions.

Entry Fees - No entry fees.

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Dutch Cemetery

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Walk a few meters down the road from the St Francis Church and you will walk into the beautiful Dutch cemetery running parallel to the golden sandy beaches and overlooking the gorgeous blue waters of the Arabian Sea. Constructed in the 18th century, it is considered as one of the oldest cemeteries in India.

The brilliant Dutch architecture of the place is an attraction among tourists and serves to lend the place an elegant air. Most of the tombstones are made of granite and red laterite and appear as a stark contrast against the rest of the complex. Set against the backdrop of lush green surroundings and virgin environs, the cemetery offers a peaceful retreat from the hustle and bustle of everyday city life.

Distance - 1.0 km from Fort Kochi bus stand.

Timings - All days of the week, 7:00 AM - 6:30 PM.

Entry fees - No entry fee.


Bolgatty Palace

Built by Dutch traders in Kochi for their own residence, the Bolgatty palace exudes sophistication, elegance and opulence like never before. The whitewashed exteriors with thatched roofs make the magnificent structure appear as if it is from a fairy tale world. If you have some cash to burn, you can book one of the airy and spacious rooms in the palace and live like royalty.

The palace boasts of its own golf course so you can indulge in the same if you a golf enthusiast. Or if you are travelling with your partner, you can book one of the honeymoon cottages and enjoy a romantic stay with your better half. The lush green gardens of the palace offer the perfect opportunity to enjoy a few moments of tranquillity while you take a leisurely stroll in the greenery

Distance - 5.7 km from Fort Kochi bus stand.

Timings - No timing restrictions.

Entry fee - 3-4k INR per night.

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Vypeen Island

Vypeen is one of the many tiny islands that form the city and is considered one of the most gorgeous forts Kochi tourist places. Sprawling over an area of 25 kms, it is one of the most densely populated and fast-growing places in Kochi.

Reaching the island itself is a mesmerizing journey involving a series of bridges called Goshree bridges that provide a stunning view against the clear blue waters. Once you reach the island, there are numerous tourist destinations to enjoy – the Portuguese Azhikotta fort, which is one of the oldest European Forts in India and the lighthouse at Ochanthuruthu in Vypeen that offers bewitching views of the sea from the top.

While you are here, book your stay at the gorgeous Bungalow Heritage homestay and experience excellent hospitality and thoughtful amenities.

Distance -  
800 m from Fort Kochi bus stand.

Timings -
The first boat to the island leaves at 6 am and the last returns at 9 pm.

Entry fees -
No entry fee.

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Fort Immanuel

One of the most culturally and historically important places to visit in Fort Kochi is the Fort Immanuel built by the Portuguese in the 16th century. The double rowed walls of the fort are flanked by coconut trees fastened together securely and lend the outside of the fort a quaint charm.

The fort was reinforced in 1538. But the Dutch, and later the British, destroyed most of the fort walls and its bastions. The ruins of the fort are visited every year by tourists both local and international because of their significance in the history of the town. Standing tall against the golden sandy beaches, the fort still commands an imposing presence and appears as a bastion of Portuguese culture.

Distance - 700 m from Fort Kochi bus stand.

Timings - 10 am to 5 pm, every day.

Entry fees - No entry fee.

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People Also Ask About Fort Kochi

  1. Which are the Popular places to visit in Fort Kochi?

    1. Fort Kochi Beach:- Located in fort Kochi, Fort Kochi beach is a tranquil beach along the Arabian sea. One of the major attractions here is the mesmerizing sunrise and sunset views. Beautifully paved sidewalks Lined with the golden sand and palm trees adds a perfect aesthetic vibe to the place. This beach comes under one of the most popular places to visit in Fort Kochi.

    2. Kashi Art Cafe:- This is a beautiful art themed cafe located in Fort Kochi known for the authentic Kochi delicacies and elegant art exhibits. They feature some beautifully crafted sculptures, classic artworks and handicraft decor by the local Keralites. This is very popular amongst the foreign tourists for the great ambiance and making them feel like a part of the culture. If you are a foodie and an art lover then this is one of the definite places to visit in Fort Kochi.

    3. St Francis Church:- Portraying one of the beautiful architectural marvels by the Portuguese, St Francis Church is one of the ancient European churches in India. This is known for the burial site of Vasco-Da-Gama, the explorer. The magnificent interiors, wood carvings and the multi stepped pinnacles add an old charm to the place. You will surely admire your visit to this church.
  2. What are the best adventure activities to do in Kochi?

    1. Go Fishing at the Chinese Fishing Villages:- Popularly known as the Cheenavala, these villages are famous for the unique fishing net styles native to the Chinese. You can go in the boats with local fishermen who will guide you through this activity. This place is one of the iconic photo zones in Fort Kochi. Tourists love taking pictures of them fishing along the elegant chinese fishing nets.

    2. Boat cruise in Fort Kochi Beach:- Fort Kochi beach, known amongst one of the famous Fort Kochi tourist places offers a range of adventure water sports. Go for a boat cruise with your loved ones in the pristine waters of the Arabian sea while admiring the soothing atmosphere and golden sands. Apart from this you can also indulge in other activities like dolphin sighting, sunbathing and fishing.

    3. Backwater Cycling:- If you are a fitness freak you can rent a bicycle and paddle in the pathways along the shore. The trip starts from Fort Kochi and goes through the local rural villages where you can admire the peace and tranquility away from the city buzz. Different types of cycles are available based on the age groups. This is not a risky sport but will definitely energize you for the day.
  3. Why is Fort Kochi famous?

    Fort Kochi is a popular tourist destination well known for its aesthetic beaches and age old monuments. It preserves the historic roots of the Portuguese, Dutch and the British. The overall architecture and old charm of the city allures many. Apart from this the food and fun activities here keep the tourists engaged. It won't be wrong to say that Fort Kochi is India's one of the first and finest European townships.
  4. What is the best time to visit Fort Kochi?

    The ideal time to visit Fort Kochi is during the winters in the month of October to February. The cool and pleasant temperature lets you explore the place and the people in a distinctive manner. Also this is the time when you can enjoy many native festivals of Kochi.
  5. How to reach Fort Kochi?

    - By Air: Kochi International airport is well connected with all the major cities and states and effectively manages domestic and international flights. Fort Kochi is approximately 45 kms from the Kochi International airport.

    - By Train: Kochi has two famous railway junctions named The Ernakulam Junction and the Ernakulam town. Fort Kochi is 13km from Ernakulam jn and approximately 15km from Ernakulam town. You can take a taxi from the railway junction to reach your destination.

    - By Road: Fort Kochi is 15km From the Ernakulam bus stand and can be reached by taking any private or public bus service.

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