A brief introduction to KollamBack

A brief introduction to Kollam

Kollam or Quilon is a district in Kerala state of India, it is the southern passageway to backwaters of Kerala. The ancient seaport of Kollam had witnessed many traders including the Arabs, Chinese, Romans, Portuguese, and Dutch and British, it is one of the oldest ports in the Arabian Sea. Kollam is a beautiful place to see in Kerala blessed with many tourist spots, travelers often visit this destination to enjoy the backwaters. The major tourist places in Kollam includes, Ashtamudi Lake, Kollam beach, Tangassery beach and light house, Thenmala hill station, Palaruvi Waterfalls, Munroe Island, Shenduruny Wildlife sanctuary and many more. The backwaters, pristine beaches and beautiful hill stations make the Kollam district one of the best tourist places to see in Kerala.  Kollam has a climate that ranges between 23°C to 32°C.

 

Best time to visit

September – March

  • Air
  • Road
  • Rail

How to Reach: Air

Trivandrum International Airport 66 Km. Cochin International Airport 168 Km.

How to Reach: Road

Kollam Bus station

How to Reach: Rail

Kollam Railway station

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