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Nearest Attractions from Sreeraj Residency
Thrissur Town
Only 7 K.M. away
          Thrissur,the head quarter town of Thrissur district is built around an elevated area called the Round and was planned during the reign of Raja Rama Varma, the ruler of Cochin in the 18th century. From ancient time, the town has played a significant role in the political history of south India. This historic city is famous for its superb temples, palaces and churches,and act as the cultural capital of Kerala. On Thrissur Pooram festival a quarter million people converge on the temple ground to celebrate this colourful festival with music,pageants,feasts and fireworks.
Vadakkumnathan Temple
Only 7 K.M. away
          In the heart of “The Round” the multi roofed Vadakkumnathan Temple, dedicated to Lord Shiva. Built in the 9th century, this temple has superb wood carvings and rich decorative murals. The temple contains the sacred shrines of Paramashiva, Parvathy, Sankaranarayana, Ganapathy, Sri Rama and Sri Krishna. The central shrines and Koothambalam exhibit exquisite vignettes carved in wood. Legend goes that this temple was founded by Parasurama. The site is also famous for the Pooram festival which is held each year in the temple premises.
Sree Krishna Temple
Only 16 K.M. away
          Guruvayur SreeKrishna Temple is just 16.K.M away from Sreeraj Residency. It is one of the most important pilgrimage centers and known as the Dwaraka of the South. The temple is dedicated to Krishna known here as Guruvayurappan. Several offerings are made to the deity here from the simple 'Archana' (offering of flowers) to the expensive and elaborate 'Udayastamana' pooja or Thulabharam' where a devotee is weighed against offering of gold, bananas, sugar etc... Not surprisingly Guruvayur is the site for several weddings and 'Annaprasanam', the first feeding ceremony of child.
Shakthan Thampuran Palace
Only 7 K.M. away
           The Sakthan Thampuran Palace is built in Dutch and Kerala style of architecture and is a landmark monument of the state. The Palace highlights several interesting and outstanding aspects of the former rulers of Kochi. There is a heritage garden with an indigenous collection of plants and tree. This museum has the largest collection of excavated megalithic material in Kerala. You will also find very good ancient coins, the galleries depict the treasury, royal bedroom, and the royal kitchen utensils, besides displays of bronzes, weapons, and stamps.
Archaeological Museum
Only 7 K.M. away
           The archaeological and art museum at Thrissur has a good collection of wood carvings, metal sculptures and ancient jewelers. Located near the Zoo, at a distance of 2 km from the Thrissur town, this museum is a treasure trove of various Veerakallu, temple models, olagrandhangal (manuscripts on dry palm leaves), megaliths like earthen pots and urns etc

Kerala Kala Mandalam
Only 28 K.M. away
           Kerala Kalamandalam, the cultural repository of Kerala, founded by the famous poet Vallathol Narayana Menon to revive the art and dance form of Kerala. This was heralded as Kerala’s first institution to provide training in classical performing arts. The introduction of Kalamandalam gave rebirth to the two classical forms of dancing "Mohiniyattam" and "Kathakali". It is situated on the banks of Bharathapuzha River in Cheruthuruthy. The Institution also offers training in other traditional dance forms of Kerala like, Koodiyattam and Ottam Thullal and other arts form like music, drama, and other dance forms.
Only 1 K.M. away
           Vilangankunnu, is the nearest attraction from SreeRaj Residency. This hillock has been converted by the Tourism Department as an amusement park. This is a beautiful hill which is a good picnic spot. The Children's Park on this beautiful hillside offers amusement rides, where children can relax and play. While grown ups relish the scenic beauty of Thrissur town and kol wetlands of Thrissur from the hilltop, and enjoy the beauty of sunset. The breeze of Vilangankunnu that pass through heart make us cool, and bring us to the world of natural beauty.
Punnathur Kotta
Only 18 K.M. away
           Punnathur Kotta is the largest elephant park in the world with more than 60 elephants. All of them are donated by the devotees of Guruvayurappan. The elephant race and the feast for elephants are a few of the unique features. Elephants of all ages live here in a natural habitat.Punnathur Kotta in near to Guruvayoor .This was a palace of a local ruler and now this place is famous for the elephant, where the elephants belonging to the Guruvayoor temple are kept. Elephants are trained here for purposes related to temples.
Chavakkad Beach
Only 23 K.M. away
           Chavakkad Beach, lying on the coast of Arabian Sea and one of the best beaches along the West coast with coconut bordered sea-shore is a pleasing view of rare natural beauty entice and attract thousands of tourists. Fringed shadow of coconut lagoons and the mesmerizing atmosphere make Chavakkad Beach a tourist spot throughout the year. Chavakkad Beach is the place where the sea confluences with a river. This meeting of the sea with the river is known as "Azhimokam" in Kerela. The beaches at Chavakkad and Nattika are simply wonderful.

Peechi Dam
Only 23 K.M. away
           Peechi Dam Wildlife Sanctuary is a beautiful picnic spot. It has boating facilities through the reservoir. It is surrounded by tea and eucalyptus. There are many occasions which can see the elephants and wild dogs in the forest The dam is built across the Manali River and is endowed with an immense catchment area that stretches across an expanse of nearly 3200 acres.. The prime purpose of the reservoir is to provide Thrissur"s irrigation and drinking water supply. There is a park information centre. The other attractions is a large variety of orchids.

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