Walking Tour of Fort Kochi:
Take a gander across the quaint areas around Fort Kochi and enjoy the timeless Portuguese styled architecture that is present ubiquitously across the area. Some of the areas you can visit near Fort Kochi include St. Francis Church, Fort Kochi Beach, Chinese Fishing Nets, Dutch Cemetery, Parade Ground and much more.
Tuk Tuk Ride:
Tuk Tuk Ride is a 4-hour experience where you explore the various attractions present around Fort Kochi and top it off with a special seafood lunch with fresh fish of your choice at our Wild Fish sea store. Some of the places you can visit during this tour include St. Francis Church, Dutch Palace, Jewish Synagogue, Jail of Freedom Struggle, Dhobi Khana and Ginger Warehouse. Talk to our manager and book this tour a day in advance.
Visit Jew Town:
Jew Town once consisted of a large Jewish population who owned and operated a lot of stores. Today, the stores are run by the locals of Kochi and are lined with Jewish signs like Shalom and the Stars of David. It is one of the oldest antique markets in India and sells a variety of antiques, spices, clothes and much more.
Choose Fish of your choice:
At the Food Mill Restaurant, you can enjoy a melange of seafood dishes which are prepared from freshly caught fish. You can even pick the fish of your choice and our chefs will work their magic on it to help give it a rich and distinctive taste. Our restaurant near Fort Kochi Beach is also famous for its North Indian and multi-cuisine delicacies.
Kochi Muziris Biennale:
The Kochi Muziris Biennale is a contemporary art exhibition and is one of the biggest contemporary art exhibitions in all of Asia. This art exhibition attracts artwork from both Indian and international artists. The Kerala Government also provides financial assistance to help organize this event.
Explore the Jewish Culture at Paradesi Synagogue:
The Jewish Synagogue in Fort Kochi is one of the oldest structures of Jewish heritage among the commonwealth of nations. It was built in the year 1568 and many Jews from the Middle East and Europe used to visit it during its heyday.