Industrial Visit to Kerala | Architecture Study Tour

  • Industrial visit to Kerala


Day 1 Architecture Study Tour

Reach Kochi – check in at Hotel. In afternoon leave for half day city tour of Cochin. Drive to Marine Drive & take a Creek Cruise (Sunset). Post cruise visit India’s largest Mall – LuLu Mall.
Back to hotel for DJ & overnight stay at hotel.


Day 2 Architecture Study Tour

Post breakfast leave for sightseeing, visit Dutch Palace (Built by the Portuguese), Jew Town, Paradesi Synagogue – the 1568 Jewish Synagogue.
Post lunch visit St. Francis Church, Chinese fishing nets and Vembanad lake – The longest lake in India.
Dinner and overnight stay.


Day 3 Architecture Study Tour

After early breakfast drive to Munnar. Reach Munnar for late lunch. Post lunch visit the tea estate and factory. Evening shopping at the local market.
Dinner and overnight stay.


Day 4 Architecture Study Tour

After early breakfast proceed to Mattupetty Dam for Boating, Echo Point and Kundala Lake. The evening holds a show of Kerala’s most popular classical dance Kathakali & Kerala’s most famous Kalaripayattu Show.
Dinner and Overnight stay.


Day 5 Architecture Study Tour

Post early breakfast proceed to Periyar. Post lunch visit Periyar National Park.
Dinner and overnight stay.


Day 6 Architecture Study Tour

Transfer to Alleppey after breakfast. Check-in at the hotel for lunch. Post lunch visit Backwaters, Lighthouse, Beach.
Dinner & Overnight stay.


Day 7 Architecture Study Tour

Post breakfast leave for Alleppey to board the train for Hometown.

Industrial Visit to Kerala | Architecture Study Tour

Industrial visit to Kerala, a state on India’s tropical Malabar Coast, has nearly 600km of Arabian Sea shoreline. It’s known for palm-lined beaches and backwaters, a network of canals. Also, the great western ghats, plus the mountains are hole slopes support tea, coffee and spice plantations, as well as the wildlife, is pretty wild in Kerala. Kerala is not only about cool coconut groves and lush paddy fields, palm-fringed beaches, and emerald backwaters, verdant hills and rainforests, but much more than that. It is also a treasure trove of architectural monuments, a contribution of the different religions and faiths that set have root in its soil since time immemorial.

Kerala is a pretty architecture rich state with a lot of ancient structures all around. Being an architecture student you’ll feel a great vibe walking down the streets of Kerala because the way things are built there is wonderful and eye-catching.

On this industrial visit to Kerala, you’ll also get to visit the top architecture institutes such as the Global institute of architecture and many others. Along with this, you’ll also get to learn from the top faculties of top institutes. You’ll also be receiving certificates from the same. Which might be very useful in the coming future of yours in the architecture field.

The best part of the industrial visit to Kerala.

Along with all this, you’ll also get a city tour of Cochin along with a ride to marine drive. Look at the sun setting as you sail on a creek cruise. So you also get to the Dutch palace along with the jew town, Paradesi synagogue
You’ll also get to see the St.Francis Church and experience the Chinese fishing nets around the Vembanad lake.

You’ll also be wandering around the street of Munnar to observe the architecture of the place. Also go boating on Mattupetty Dam, Echo point and kundala lake. You’ll also be visiting tea estates and factories. Experience the Kathakali & Kerala’s most famous Kalaripayattu show on this industrial visit to Kerala.

Study Tour Features Unesco Sites | Vernacular Architecture | The massive forts
Accommodation 3 Star or above category hotels
Study Tour Highlights
Site Visits Interact with Top Architects Sketching Material Study Tour Report
Special Support
Female Cordinators Local Architect Doctor on the Tour Local Cuisine


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