• Jew Town and Jewish Synagogue
Fort Kochi: Fort Kochi is part of a handful of water-bound regions toward the south-west of the mainland Kochi, and collectively known as Old Kochi or West Kochi. We spent 2-3 hours at Kochi beach then we decided to go to visit Fort Kochi, we went from one shore to another shore in search of Fort but finally we found that there is no fort, actually they pronounce Port as Fort. We ended our day by watching the Kathakali show. The show was very peaceful.
In the morning, I started to explore the other part of Fort Kochi on foot. I spent time at the Jewish Synagogue, Mattancherry Palace, Jew Street, and admired the numerous street arts on the way.Then, I made my way back to my hostel so that I could take the bus to Ernakulam and leave back for Bangalore.
After reaching Fort Kochi, I slept for a while and then got dressed to explore this place. I went to the Santa Cruz Cathedral Basilica, Fort Kochi beach, and the Street art area.The entire place can be explored on foot so I spent around 4-5 hours doing that and ended my day on the beach, witnessing another sunset.