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Explore the grandeur of Kochi with the Kochi-Muziris Biennale

Recognized as one of the biggest exhibitions of contemporary art in the country, the Kochi-Muziris Biennale is truly one of a kind. If you consider yourself an art-fanatic or an appreciator or simply have a curious mind, paying a visit to this event is definitely recommended. The Kochi-Muziris Biennale is known to display talent from all corners of the world and in various forms. So it goes without saying that the sheer level of knowledge and inspiration that an art lover will be able to draw from this splendid event is unmatched!

However, there’s no reason why you shouldn’t explore a bit of Kerala once the exhibition is over to make the most of your stay. If that sounds like a plan, here’s what you can do:

  1. Plan your trip right

We ,at Ease India Travel, are here to help you get the basics right. Our Kochi Biennale package is the perfect way to not only experience the festival, but also explore a bit of Kerala. Start your journey at the Kochi-Muziris Biennale. Watch, learn, contribute and engage with the renowned artists who put on nothing short of a magnificent show for the audience and then extend your trip beyond the festival!

  1. Indulge in some (touristy) sightseeing and a local Kalaripayattu performance

When in a vibrant city like Kochi, how can you not go on a sightseeing trail? Your Kochi Biennale travel package will include a full day of sightseeing so you don’t miss out on all that the city has to offer. Check out the famous Fort Kochi  and the numerous cathedrals in the city for a glimpse of the city’s glorious past. Follow this up with the Kalaripayattu performance, a traditional martial art forms in Kerala performed only by well-trained artists is a must-see!

  1. Backwaters and a quick village visit

The backwaters of Kerala make for a blissful experience and we can’t have you leave Kochi without a taste of it! Ease India’s curated travel package includes a relaxing cruise through Kochi’s backwaters accompanied by a visit to the local villages you pass by. No better way to get up close and personal with Kerala and have an authentic local experience!

  1. Enjoy a local meal

The food of a region is the best reflection of its culture and Kerala serves some truly delicious delicacies! Your trip to Kochi cannot be complete with savouring the traditional Kerala meal on a banana leaf, also called Sadhya. We will help you choose the best dishes to try for the most authentic experience and lead you to the right places.

Attending the Kochi Biennale is the perfect excuse for planning a short trip to this magnificent city. Soak in the artsy vibes of the festival and round up your mini getaway with an experience of the best of Kerala – food, culture and nature.

Chandrika February 22, 2019