Top Tourist Attractions in Kollam
On India’s Malabar Coast, Kollam is a city in the state of Kerala. It’s famed for its beaches, such as the bustling Kollam and the quiet Thirumullavaram. The Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel Police Museum houses relics from the police force’s history. Nearby, Ashtamudi Lake serves as an entrance to the Kerala backwaters, a lush network of waterways. The striped Tangasseri Lighthouse, built in 1902, provides ocean views. Kollam, often known as the “Cashew Capital of the World,” is known for its traditional cashew business, with over 600 cashew-processing plants. In Kerala, the firm has 30 cashew plants. 24 of them are in the Kollam district.
Best Places to Visit in Kollam
- Jatayu Adventure Center
- Palaruvi Waterfalls
Best Time to Visit Kollam
How to Reach Kollam
There are no frequent flights from any of the country’s main cities to Kollam. Thiruvananthapuram International Airport is the closest airport.
Kollam- 51 km away – Thiruvananthapuram International Airport (TRV), Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala
Kollam- 129 km away- Kochi Airport (COK), Ernakulam, Kerala
Regular trains link Kollam to the rest of the country’s major cities.
City Railway Station(s): Eravipuram (IRP), Kollam Junction (QLN)
Buses to Kollam run frequently from all of the country’s main cities.
Bus Station(s): Kollam City Junct