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Mythological sight seeing facilities with personalized choices for each destination. The unpretentious memories are cherished when engaging any of  these Places of Interest. A stay at Lake Palace promises all of these and more...

Estuary

The birth of a new tourist spot... The Muthalapozhi Estuary (Perumathura Bridge) is just 3 Km from Resort

The Muthalapozhi Estuary (Perumathura Bridge) is one of the most beautiful sight in this costal region. Major Malayalam movies are being shot near its lakeside. Apart from this, the golden Beaches, Estuary, backwaters of Kerala, the traditional coconut plant, coconut plantations, snake boats and Kettuvallams are notable attractions. 
 
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Ponmudi

Ponmudi - 60 kms from Resort, is an enchanting hill station with narrow winding pathways and cool, green environs. Along with a beautiful array of mountain flowers, exotic butterflies and small rivulets, Ponmudi offers excellent opportunities for trekking. With its tea estates and mist covered valleys Ponmudi is a fast developing hill resort with cottages and dormitory accommodation facilities.

 
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Anjengo Fort

Anjengo For- 7 Km from Resort, lying on the seacoast is Anjengo or Anjuthengu, meaning five coconut trees. A place of historic importance as well as beautiful natural setting, Anjengo is an ideal destination for those who don't mind walking around and explore what is in store. The historic significance tagged to Anjengo comes through foreign powers like the Portuguese, the Dutch and finally the English East India Company. In the year 1684, the English East India Company chose Anjengo to establish their first trade settlement in Kerala. Following the English East India Company's presence, the place came to be known as Anjengo, meaning five coconut trees. According to local folk, the name Anjengo owes its genesis to a small area of land with five coconut trees, which was given on lease to the English East India Company by the then Queen of Attingal for trade purposes. At Anjengo, one can find the remnants of the old English Fort, which was targeted several times by other foreign powers, who were at that time fighting each other to get a firm footing in Kerala. The Fort is now under the protection of National Heritage Monuments. There is also a cemetery inside the fort, which most probably would be having the remains of the occupants of the fort, and the oldest among the burial sites dates to 1704.
 
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Magic Planet

Magic Planet-12 kms from Resort, the world’s first magic mansion, is totally a new concept with entirely magic themed park located at the Kinfra Film and Video Park, near Kazhakkoottam, Thiruvananthapuram (Trivandrum), Kerala. was officially inaugurated on October 31st 2014 by Hon. Chief Minister of Kerala Mr. Oommen Chandy. The complex, spread over 1.5 acres encircled by natural sceneries which holds a number of attractions like Traditional Indian Magic, Tempest - the last wonder, Illusion and Mind Fusion shows, Allied Art, Mazma, Flight of Fantasy, Intimate Magic, Mirror Maze, Psycho Magic, a Virtual supermarket and lot more.. The magic mansion – full of opportunities is being designed for the public –where we open up the land of ultimate wonders-filled with magic. Full day program.
 
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Veli Tourist Village

Veli Tourist Village - 10 km from Resort, this picnic spot, where the Veli Lake meets the Arabian Sea, offers boating facilities. Pedalboats and paddleboats can be hired to explore the charms of the lagoon in a leisurely manner. For a quick ride over the waters, speedboats are available for hire. Children enjoy climbing over the huge sculptures which dot the landscape. Veli Tourist Village also has a children's park and a Floating Cafe.

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Sree Padmanabhaswamy Temple

Sree Padmanabhaswamy Temple - 22 Kms from Resort, The history of Sree Padmanabhaswamy Temple dates back to 8th century. It is one of the 108 sacred Vishnu temples or Divya Desams in India. Divya Desams are the holiest abodes of the Lord Vishnu that are mentioned in the works of the Tamil Azhvars (saints). The presiding deity of this temple is Lord Vishnu, reclining on Anantha, the hooded Serpent.
Marthanda Varma, the noted among Travancore kings did a major renovation to the temple and it resulted in the present day structure of the Sree Padmanabhaswamy temple. It was Marthanda Varma who introduced the Murajapam and Bhadra Deepam festivals in the temple. Murajapam, which literally means continuous chanting of prayers, is still conducted in the temple once in six years.
In 1750, Marthanda Varma dedicated the kingdom of Travancore to Lord Padmanabha. Marthanda Varma vowed that the royal family will rule the state on behalf of Lord and he and his descendants would serve the kingdom as Padmanabha Dasa or the Servant of Lord Padmanabha. Since then the name of every Travancore King was preceded by the title Padmanabha Dasa. The donation of the kingdom of Travancore to Padmanabhaswamy was known as Thripadidanam. The current head of the Travancore Royal Family is Uthradom Thirunal Marthanda Varma.
 
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Napier Museum

Napier Museum - 22 kms from Resort, built in the 19th century, this Indo-Saracenic structure boasts a natural air-conditioning system and houses a rare collection of archaeological and historic artefacts, bronze idols, ancient ornaments, a temple chariot and ivory carvings. The Japanese shadow play leather figures, used to depict the epics of Mahabharata and the Ramayana, are very interesting.
A visit to the Napier Museum complex reveals a glimpse of Kerala's rich cultural heritage. An exceptional piece of architecture, the Museum is named after the former Madras Governor General, John Napier. The Napier Museum is also called the Government Art Museum. The Museum building is a combination of the Kerala, Mughal, Chinese and Italian architectural styles.
Visiting hours: Open 1000 - 1645 hrs. Closed on Mondays, Wednesday forenoons, Jaunary 26th, August 15th, Thiruvonam and Mahanavami.
 
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Padmanabhapuram Palace

Padmanabhapuram Palace-65 kms from Resort, a magnificent wooden palace of the 16th century, Padmanabhapuram Palace lies at the land's end of mainland India - Kanyakumari. An enticing ediffice to any lover of art and architecture this old palace of the Rajas of the erstwhile Travancore (1550 to 1750 AD) is a fine specimen of Kerala's indigenous style of architecture. The antique interiors are replete with intricate rosewood carvings and sculptured decor. The palace also contains 17th and 18th century murals. One can see: the musical bow in mahogany, windows with coloured mica, royal chairs with Chinese carvings, 'Thaikkottaram' or the Queen Mother's palace with painted ceilings, rose wood and teak carved ceilings with 90 different floral designs.
Durbar Hall of the palace has a shiny black floor specially made from a combination of egg white, jaggery lime, burnt coconut, charcoal and river sand, granite tubs to cool curd and buttermilk, secret underground passages, the King's bedroom with a four poster medicinal bed, mural paintings, pictures of Lord Krishna, hanging brass lanterns lit continuously since the 18th century, open air swimming bath, granite dance hall, Saraswathi (goddess of knowledge) temple, large earthen urns, room for scribes and accountants, carved figures on columns holding oil lamps, pooja (worship) rooms with jackfruit tree columns, fish carvings on the ceilings, enormous teak beams, Belgian mirrors and an outer cyclopean stone wall fitted together without mortar.
Visitors to the palace are often overwhelmed by the royal splendour of erstwhile Travancore. Though the palace is situated in Kanyakumari district of Tamilnadu State, it comes under the Government of Kerala's administration.
 
Visiting hours:  9 hours to 17 hours (All days except Mondays)
 
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Chitharal Jain Temple

Chitharal Jain Temple - 60 Kms from Resort, is a famous Jain Temple. It is located in the Marthandam town of kanniyakumari district, Tamilnadu.
Chitharal is historically known as Thirucharanathupalli the abode of Jain monks belonging to Digambara sect. 
It is famous for the hillock which has a cave containing rock-cut sculptures of Thirthankaras and attendant deities carved inside and outside dating back to the 9th century. 
Jain influence in this region was due to the King Mahendra Verman-I (610-640). It was converted into a Bagavathy Temple in the 13th Century AD. 
Chitharal hills are locally called Chokkanthoongi Hills. Now this place is famous for hillock. The temple is a protected monument under Archeological Survey of India (ASI).
At the foot of the Thirucharanmalai hillock, one can see a stylish Kerala Style Arch made of rocks. It was built thousands of years ago, but the Jain temple was overtaken by Hindus in the 425 AD. 
 
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Kovalam

Kovalam-30 kms from Resort, is an internationally renowned beach with three adjacent crescent beaches. It has been a favourite haunt of tourists, especially Europeans, since the 1930s. A massive rocky promontory on the beach has created a beautiful bay of calm waters ideal for sea bathing.
The leisure options at this beach are plenty and diverse. Sunbathing, swimming, herbal body toning massages, special cultural programmes and catamaran cruising are some of them. The tropical sun acts so fast that one can see the faint blush of coppery tan on the skin in a matter of minutes. Life on the beach begins late in the day and carries on well into the night.
 
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Kanyakumari

Kanyakumar-105 kms from Resort, ti is the ‘Land’s End’ of the Indian subcontinent, located in the state of Tamilnadu, it is famed for its incomparable geographical location of not only its land’s end, but also for Tri-sea (Arabian sea, Indian Ocean and Bay of Bengal) confluence. Here, the Bay of Bengal meets the Indian Ocean and the Arabian Sea. A dip in the ‘Triveni Sangam’ (confluence of the three seas) at Kanyakumari is considered holy. Kanyakumari is also known as Cape Comorin. kanyakumari is located near the border of Tamilnadu and Kerala. Kanyakumari is just 85 Kms. east of Trivandrum city, capital of Kerala. Kanyakumari is a popular pilgrim centre and named after goddess ‘Parvati’, wife of lord ‘Shiva’. ‘Kumari Amman’ a temple is dedicated to virgin goddess Kanyakumari (kanya – ‘lady’, kumari – ‘virgin’).
 
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Child Policy

 

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Note: At this hotel guests 6 and under are considered children. Please adjust the number of adults and children as needed. 
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Family Plan Policy

Children who are 6 or younger sleep for free in the existing bedding of a room shared with a paying adult. Rollaways, child rollaways and cribs may incur extra charges.