Historically, Cochin (now Kochi) was a major trade centre for spices. Over the centuries, the port city was held by the Portuguese, the Dutch and the British. Cochin is well connected with all the major cities. Fort Cochin (the old town) has the country's oldest Jewish Synagogue, as well as a number of lovely boutique hotels. The Chinese fishing nets along the coastline are a sight not to be missed.
Boarded our flight from Ahmedabad and arrived Cochin. On arrival, took public transport to Abad Plaza hotel in Cochin. On reaching, checked-in to the hotel, unpacked and relaxed. In evening hours, we went to explore the local markets on MG road or enjoyed some local Keralan cuisine.
Came back and then had the dinner in the hotel itself.
After early breakfast the next morning, checked-out of the hotel and proceeded for a quick half day sightseeing tour of Fort Kochi. When you are at this place, you would feel like you are abroad and why it was built by the Portuguese who had come to India. Also visited Dutch Palace, Jewish Synagogue and St. Francis Church and Chinese fishing nets. Awesome Time Utilization.