This water-bound piece of exotic land is well known for its art galleries, colonial architecture and the Chinese fishing nets. But what you’ll notice the moment you set foot on Fort Cochin is the quaintness of the village. To just stay here, walking its streets aimlessly, reposing on the seashore, doing absolutely nothing will quite suffice your senses because the place is charming, to say the least.
At night, the place takes on a whole new aura – roaming its streets is almost like wandering in a dream with a wish to never wake up. The cosy cafes, modern galleries, spice markets, the Portuguese-Dutch-British influences and the myriad cultures that you’ll encounter in the streets will captivate you to stay here forever.