Thiruvananthapuram , otherwise called Trivandrum, is the capital and the biggest city of the Indian territory of Kerala. Thiru Anantha Puram, or the city of the Holy Anantha, is named after Ananthan, the astronomical serpent with a thousand heads, on whose curls Lord Mahavishnu leans back. Thiruvananthapuram, based on seven slopes, has today growninto a sprawling city; yet fortunately the city still holds her past grandness and beguile, and regardless of the frantic pace of present day life. Favored with a wonderful atmosphere for all intents and purposes consistently, Thiruvananthapuram city shimmers after the rainstorm downpours. Most voyagers simply springboard from here to the close-by shoreline resorts of Kovalam and Varkala, however Trivandrum has enough sights – including a zoo and group of Victorian historical centers .
Neyyar Dam and Wildlife Sanctuary: Famous for its Lion and Deer Safari, Neyyar Wildlife Sanctuary is a treat for nature devotees. The recreation center houses a crocodile ranch and elephant restoration focus. Request a guided voyage through the haven which is very enlightening.
Sri Padmanabhaswamy Temple :Sree Padmanabhaswamy Temple stands tall in the capital of Kerala in its gold plated wanton greatness. It is one of the 108 sacrosanct Vishnu sanctuaries in India and said to be a copy of the Adikesava Perumal sanctuary situated in Kanyakumari.
The Kanakakunnu Palace :Near the Napier Museum, the Kanakakunnu Palace was worked under the control of Travancore King. Today, the castle is host to plenty of social projects that are hung on its premises.
Poovar Island :Poovar Island is a prevalent vacationer goal in the province of Kerala. The town embellishes an excellent shoreline which draws in visitors. A little island, which is far from the rushing about of the city, this place merits going to is you are searching for peace.
Koyekkal royal residence: The Koyikkal Palace is a royal residence arranged in Nedumangadu, Thiruvananthapuram District, Kerala in South India. The royal residence was worked in sixteenth century for Umayamma Rani of the Venad Royal Family.
The Zoological Park :Hailed as the most seasoned zoo in India, this The Zoological Park is acclaimed for its different flying creature species brought from Ethiopia and Australia. Guests can likewise take a watercraft ride in the lake while investigating the nature.
Sri Chitra Art Gallery :An ideal place for workmanship darlings, Sri Chitra Art Gallery houses a portion of the celebrated work of Raja Ravi Verma. His western frame and style of sketches portraying Indian lives are a fascination here. Other workmanship objects having a place with the Mughals, Rajputs and Tanjore craftsmanship schools can likewise be seen.
Shanghumukham Beach :One of the most mainstream shorelines, Shanghumukham Beach is known for its perfect waters and profound nightfalls. It keeps running alongside the Trivandrum air terminal and an unquestionable requirement visit for those looking for serenity.
Kuthira Malika:Kuthira Malika is a castle worked by Swathi Thirunal Rama Varma on the south-eastern side of Padmanabhaswamy sanctuary in Thiruvananthapuram.
Observatory :Situated on a slope at a rise of around 60 meters above ocean level (the most astounding point in the city), this galactic observatory offers perfect perspectives of the environment and the city all in all. Lovely roses can be found in the garden in front.