If Alappuzha  is referred to as the “Venice of the East Kerala” is renowned as God’s Own Country. Backwaters and houseboats are two of Alappuzha’s most famous features. However, this lovely location has a such outstanding natural beauty that you would want to spend your entire life here. The grace and grandeur of Alappuzha’s tourist attractions are beyond words to express.

Alappuzha, also known as Alleppey, is renowned for its backwaters and houseboats and is also regarded as Kerala’s historic commercial center. Old temples and other religious sites are among the other tourist attractions and points of interest in Alappuzha. There are numerous canals, beaches, paddy fields, temples, churches, and lagoons in Alappuzha. 

Alleppey’s backwater boats offer a visual representation of the city’s tranquil appeal. These cruises will take you to the neighborhood locations and provide you with the ideal Alleppey scenery. Aside from everything else, it’s a joy to observe the local flora, fauna, and life along the banks of the backwater’s.

We have put up a list of Alappuzha’s top tourist attractions.

Marari Beach

There are some wonderful hotels and resorts in the area of Marari Beach that offer the best service to guests. This is the ideal place for anyone looking to get away from their busy and stressful lives closer to the sea.


Pathiramanal, an island in the Vembanad Kayal, is one of Alappuzha’s most distinctive tourist spots. Between Thannermukkam and Kumarakom, Pathiramanal Island is part of the Muhamma panchayat.

Backwaters of Kuttanad

One of the best places to visit in Alappuzha is the Kuttanad backwaters, often known as the Rice Bowl of Kerala. Alappuzha’s & backwater’s, which are where the city true beauty may be found, are the most well-known of all its aquatic features.

Krishnapuram Palace

Alappuzha Krishnapuram Palace is well known for its elegant design and exquisite artwork. Kerala stands out from other states due to its historic and distinctive architecture.