Things to do in Kochi

Our curated Kochi guide to have a great weekend in the city ! Please share, comment and let us know your feedback.

1. Party at Cochin Music Fiesta 

Archipelago Kochi

Nawed khan, DJ shaa, Hard candies and 4 more popular DJ artists are lining up to create a big bang on 30 the of march at Bristow ground, Wellingdon island.

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2. Taste Chettinad Cuisine 


Look forward to a celebration of spices as we bring the delicacies straight from the kitchens of Nattukotai Chettiars. Starting from next week, 22nd March – 31st March at Latest Recipe from 7 PM to 11 PM.

3. Watch Kalaripayittu in Fort Kochi

Kalaripayittu in Kochi

Kalaripayittu is the traditional martial arts of Kerala and and is considered to be the oldest martial arts in existence, with its origins dating back to 3rd century BC. Head to Kerala Kathakali Centre to see this art form in all its glory. 

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4. Experience Kochi Muziris Biennale 2018

Kochi Muziris Biennale 2018 VolunteerCurated by Anita Dhube, Kochi is the proud host of India’s largest contemporary art event. Spread across multiple venues in the city, KMB 2018 will bring people from multiple states and countries to experience art in Kochi.

5. Kayaking in Panangad

Kochi is blesses with beautiful and calming backwaters and kayaking is one of the best way to explore it. Early morning and sunset are the ideal time for this activity. Sailing club in Panangad gives training from a certified instructor on how to kayak with a rescue boat and life jackets to ensure your safety. 

6. Try Catamaran Sail in Cherai

Catamaran Ride in KochiIt sails under light to strong wind without any motoring power and its pure delight to sail in this. You will be sitting over a trampoline with the feel of scintillating cool breeze. Catamaran can charter and enjoy sailing with privacy, stability, speed and safety. It is using around the world for recreational sailing and racing. A perfect weekend getaway in Kerala. 

7. Watch Kathakali 

Kathakali is one of the oldest theatre forms in the world. It originated in the area of southwestern India now known as the state of Kerala. Kathakali is a group presentation, in which dancers take various roles in performances traditionally based on themes from Hindu mythology, especially the two epics, the Ramayana and the Mahabharata.Kerala Kathakali Centre is one of the famous theatre in south India Conducting Daily Kathakali and other shows.

8. Indoor G-Karting

Go karting KochiGear up the petrol-head in you and head to Speedway Kochi for a thrilling ride of karts in an indoor arena. 

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