Venice of the East - this sobriquet attributed to Lord Curzon, the viceroy during the British India period is noted for its unending stretch of paddy fields, and is considered as the rice bowl of Kerala. Small streams, backwater expanses, canals, lush green coconut palms make Alappuzha, formerly known as Aleppey, a unique piece of land in Kerala. It once had trade relations with ancient Greece and Rome. Alappuzha town is marked by crisscrossing roads, canals and bridges and has a beautiful coastline with an old port.
The property is well located in the middle of Alappuzha town, by the side of the national highway.
Tariff upto 30th September 2020 (in INR)
Paddy fields in Kuttanad, about 9 Km Boating in Alappuzha backwater, about 4 Km R-Block, about 10 Km Nehru Trophy Snake Boat Race point, about 3 Km Alappuzha Beach, about 3 Km Pathiramanal Island, about 15 Km Arthungal Church, about 25 Km Edathua Church, about 22 Km Karumadi Kuttan (Old Statue of Sri Buddha), about 18 Km Ambalappuzha Sree Krishna Swami Temple, about 16 Km Krishnapuram Palace, about 15 Km
Nearest bus terminal: Alappuzha, about 4 Km.
Nearest railway station: Alappuzha, about 4 Km.
Motel Araam Compound
A. S. Road, Kalappura, Alappuzha - 688 007
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