Nothing much to do or see and it seems like a small town/village square rather than that of a big city. The only good view is of the fishing nets and the massive rain-trees. Rest is all less than average.
Other than the beautiful old trees in the area and the cool breeze from the sea, i did not find much to like in Vasco Da Gama square. There are a lot of small shops selling tea and other items, a few tender coconut vendors, and fish mongers close by too. One doesn't go specifically to this area to do... 更多
A great little area adjacent to the Chinese fishing nets. Local fish merchants sell to the public and the market area is an experience to walk through and observe how locals interact with other locals and tourists. Well worth a visit.
This is the place where the first foreigner visited and set up a church as well. It is good place to take a walk over the beach side and you can see how the river meets the sea here.
It was an experience to definitely try out when in Fort Kochi and if you are a lover of sea food. Reasonable priced fresh fish can be bought from stalls and there are restaurants near the stalls where you can have the fish/seafood made to your order. We will be going back very soon. The time to cook the fish... 更多
Its a narrow Promenade along the beach facing the Arabian sea. The "Chinese Fishing Nets" which are the symbol of Kochi are situated along the coast facing Vasco Da Gama Square.All the historical Colonial edifices are located within walking distance from Vasco Da Gama Square.
Maybe an historical place but now little more than a place where small stall sellers peddle everything from fridge magnets to prehistoric vegetable peelers. Many food vendors as well from ice cream carts to the ubiquitous small restaurants with four to six tables selling the same range of noodles and rice dishes. Interesting for a quick look but not a... 更多
We started our day with visit to Fort Kochi. Fort Kochi is a region in the city of Kochi in the state of Kerala, India. This is part of a handful of water-bound regions toward the south-west of the mainland Kochi, and collectively known as Old Kochi or West Kochi. Adjacent to this is Mattancherry. Fort Kochi consists of Ernakulam... 更多