The Malabari houseboat hotel is a unique bed-and-breakfast in that it blends the lines of ancient materials with contemporary tropical architecture, and sits resplendently looking over the beautiful backwaters of Alleppey, Kerala.
All set to experience a little bit of the English, Portuguese and Dutch influences in Southern India? At Victory Dawn in Cochin, this is part of the everyday.
A history lesson in a building, this synagogue has stories from far and wide. The Malabari Jews were an influential community and played a significant role in controlling the spice trade around the world.
What’s a backwater vacation without a Cruise in a Houseboat! Kerala’s tourism skyrocketed with these houseboats, a brilliant idea by someone in the state to upmarket these floating houses in the longest lake in the country.
A place where small things matter; stories big and small unfold at each end, casual conversations, smiles and greetings exchanged while rowing through the narrow canals; Kumarakom, is a place to relive the simple life.
Neatly packed layers of tea estates, winding roads, wildlife and mist covered mountains – make Munnar an ideal hill station to escape the heat of the lowlands!
Catch yourself in a city when it’s celebrating. More bang for the buck, I would say!
Marari Beach – a place to unwind, a place to refresh. There are no beach bars, no thumping music, no street vendors, no gypsies hanging around — infact there is no one at the beach. It’s you and the waves!
How many times have you wished you could live on trees? This is not something to brush off as a childhood fantasy. In fact…
One of the “Ten paradises of the world” and “50 places of a lifetime” by the National Geographic Traveler magazine.