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Amruthamgamaya is located close to a number of scenic spots. Explore!


Local attractions around Amrutham Gamaya
Vizhinjam (1.24 miles)

Vizhinjam is a natural port, which is located close to the international ship route. Watch the delightful sight of hundreds of fishing boats thronging by the shores.

Kovalam (1.86 miles)

Kovalam is one of the most sought-after beach destinations in the world today. Comprising of three beaches separated by rocky outcroppings in its 17 kms coastline, Kovalam is a busy tourism hotspot where you would get to enjoy the sea and the sands in its full zing.

East fort (8.69 miles)

East Fort – the name given to the eastern entrance to the fort built by the Kings of erstwhile Kingdom of Travancore. The old city of Thiruvananthapuram was mostly concentrated inside the fort on four sides with the Sri Padmanabha Swamy temple at the center.

Sri Padmanabhaswamy Temple (9.32 miles)

The richest temple in the world today, the Sri Padmanabha Swamy Temple is a sight of spectacle to any eye. The temple is built in the Dravidian Architectural Style with Sri Padmanabha Swamy (Lord Vishnu) as the principal deity.

Veli backwaters (11.18 miles)

Enjoy the beauty of a pristine lake, have a paddle boat ride across it, engage in various activities and have some wonderful time out at the Veli Tourist Village by the Veli Backwaters.

Museum & Art Gallery (13.67 miles)

The Trivandrum Museum or the Napier Museum and the Art Gallery adjacent to it is one of the landmarks in the city, It has a unique ornamentation and architectural style with gothic roof and minarets. The Indo-Saracenic structure also boasts of a natural air conditioning system. The Art Gallery features a great collection of traditional and contemporary paintings, including the original works of the world renowned Indian painter Raja Ravi Varma.

Poovar Backwaters (14.29 miles)

Backwaters, mangroves, estuary, golden sand beach, floating restaurants and rich biodiversity that includes a wide variety of birds and plants – the Poovar Backwaters makes for a splendid spot to enjoy some quality time out.

Elephant Camp (27.96 miles)

Elephants are an integral part of Kerala's cultural fabric and so are they beautiful mammals that offer a treat to watch. See herds of elephants preserved and camped in a scenic spot and you could even ride on them if you insist.

Ponmudi (40.38 miles)

Ponmudi is a picturesque hill station that offers the breathtaking view of majestic mountains and serene valleys. Know what it means to be drenched in unparalleled joy.

Ashtamudi Lake (Houseboat Cruise) (49.71 miles)

A blissful cruise in a floating home rich in all the delights you would love to treasure – that is what a houseboat ride across the tranquil Ashtamudi Lake would offer you.

Kanyakumari (52.82)

The Southernmost tip of the Indian Subcontinent – Kanyakumari is a tourist's paradise for reasons more than that. The Vivekananda Rock Memorial is one of the spectacles. So are a wide variety of other amusements.