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Palmy Lake Resort c

Phone: Tel: +91 477 2235938, Mob: 9447667888
Location : alappuzha, kerala, india
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Palmy Lake Resort comprises of cottages made in the traditional style of Kerala using bamboos, coconut leaves, and palm sticks as well as those made with bricks. The cottages are designed for maximum comfort and are ideal place for those who love a peaceful stay by the side of backwaters. Cottages are airy, cool and well furnished. Palmy Lake resort also provides well furnished rooms near the cottages for those who opt still a cheaper but homely stay as paying guests. Only 2.5 Kilometers from Alleppey Bus Kerala is very famous for meandering backwaters. Backwaters are large inland lakes (both fresh and salt water) and ocean inlets which stretch irregularly along the coast of the state. The biggest backwater body is the Vembanad Lake (about 200 sq. km in area), which opens out into the Arabian Sea at Cochin port. The rivers interlink with the backwaters and together they provide an excellent means of water transport.

Alappuzha is just 1.5 hours ride from Kochi (Cochin). Alappuzha was built in 1762 by Raja Kesavadas, the then diwan of Travancore kingdom and was promoted to become a major trading centre. Many canals criss cross the entire town enabling the transport of goods and people giving rise to the adage, 'Venice of the east'. The Alleppey beach, backwater cruise, snake boat race, and coir factories are major attractions.

Kuttanad: Called the "rice bowl of Kerala", Kuttand is at the very heart of the backwaters. It is perhaps the only region in the world where farming is done 1.5 to 2 meters below the sea level. Inland waterways which flow above the land level are an amazing feature in this region
Station and Boat Jetty. In 2010, Palmy Lake Resort added an annexe called "Palmy Residency" comprising of six double rooms near Matha Foot Bbridge (about 3 minutes walk from Bus Station and Boat Jetty ) in a quiet residential area of Alappuzha town.
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