Spiced History of Fort Kochi

History of Fort Kochi

On the shores of Kochi, lies the perfect picturesque seaside neighborhood called Fort Kochi. Its delightful cobble stoned lanes are filled with stories from all around the world, an eventful history that began with spice trade. Being a popular tourist spots, it is one of the main reasons why hotels in Fort Kochi are flourishing due to its immensely rich heritage and history. A brief history of Fort Kochi is as follows: It is believed that Fort Kochi was an important epic center for spice trade with commercial links to important kingdoms from as early as 3000 BC. Until 1341, …..

Abad hotels, a perfect choice for Kochi travellers

abad plaza

Cochin is the art capital of India now after the Kochi Muziris Biennale. It attracted five lakh visitors to Kerala this year. It is generally held from December to March every consecutive year. Fort Kochi is the heritage and cultural area of Cochin with many sightseeing places like Dutch Palace, Jewish Synagogue, Santa Cruz Basilica church Fort Kochi beach, Kathakali centre and more. Cochin is a fairy tale land of tall swaying palms, idyllic backwaters and quaint Chinese fishing nets. Abad Hotels offer an ideal base to experience the contemporary and traditional heritage of the city with three hotels in …..

A Route right to your heart…

Abad Pepper Route - Hotels in Kochi

The Queen of the Arabian Sea, Kochi…A land known for its spices, backwaters and of course now the Biennale! The locals enjoy the balmy weather, the spicy cuisine and the meandering tourists who come to experience God’s own country in all its glory. Kochi, known for its cosmopolitan culture and its old world charm, is a prime attraction for tourists. Fort Kochi is a melting pot of cultures – local, British, Dutch and Portuguese. Discover Fort Kochi and Mattancherry on bicycle or on foot and experience those delicate nuances you would otherwise miss. A narrow street starting from the Jewish …..