Later in the evening, we visited Marine Drive. It picturesque promenade in Kochi which faces towards the backwaters of Kochi. It's one of the famous must-visit places for tourists and local populace. It's 140 m walkway that stretches from the Jankar Jetty (north) to the Emakulam Boat Jetty (South). It is situated along the edge of backwaters that begins behind the Children's Park ending at the Shanmugham Road. It is surfaced with black-dotted, red-carpet ultra tiles. Wooden benches, cast-ironed, weather-proof seating on ash grey tiles offers utmost relaxation.There are various shopping malls and fast food joints which attracts many tourists from all across the world. It's a major centre of economic activities in Kochi and visitors throng this place to view the glance of rising sun over the sea jaws.
Like I mentioned above take a boat jetty from Marine drive to Fort Kochi. If travelling at night then you'll gawking at the shipyard and the port lit up under a dark sky, and huge vessels rolling out in the sea. For a fare of Rs. 4 nothing can be more rewarding and value for money than this.
We reached cochin around 2 PM & booked one hotel in Marine drive, we dumped our luggage & had lunch. After lunch we went to boating area, it was 1 hour boat ride..cool & nice..
Remember "Wake Up Sid"? The movie made this spot remarkable for quite a few as a favourite romantic spot in the city. The place is well lit up with calm sea breeze. It's a brilliant idea to take your girlfriend out for a late-night coffee at Marine Drive as you sit there and the breeze hits your face. Towards the north of Marine Drive is the popular Chowpatty Beach, which attracts attention of food junkies. This is one of the most incredible romantic places in Mumbai.How to reach: The nearest local station to the Marine Drive is the Churchgate Station.Timings: The best time to go to Marine Drive is at night when you can spot the 'Queens Necklace' which is actually a crescent shaped impression of street lights.2. Worli Sea Face
In the evening, take a stroll along the Marine Drive. With a view of the sea and ample sitting space along the promenade, you can watch the sun set and look at the picturesque view of ships anchored near the harbour.