Thiruvananthapuram, also known as Trivandrum is the capital city of Kerala. Located on the West Coast of India near the extreme South of Mainland it is one of the most populous city of Kerala. Thiruvananthapuram derives its name from the deity at Sri Padmanabhaswamy Temple which is 2,000 years old and is the recognizable icon of the city. It is a major IT hub of the state with over 80% of states s/w experts and has grown as a major tourist and commercial center of Kerala. Holidays Packages for Trivandrum provides its guests an opportunity to explore the scenic beauty of the place through backwaters of Trivandrum, visit magnificent Shree Padhmanabhaswamy Temple, enjoy boating and water sports in Veli Lake or visit the art work at Shri Chitra Art Gallery. Thiruvananthapuram holiday packages provide its guests a golden opportunity to explore ancient temples and monuments of and take part in its cultural events, fairs and festivals of the places.
Weather in Thiruvananthapuram
Due to its close vicinity with the sea the climate of Trivandrum is tropical. It has a pleasant weather through out the year. The average maximum temperature in summers is around 36.2°C and the temperature in winters is about 18.0°C. The monsoon comes in May and remains there till November. December, January and February are the coldest months and March, April and May are the hottest months. The beast season to visit Trivandrum is from September to May.
How to reach Thiruvananthapuram
By Air to Thiruvananthapuram: Thiruvananthapuram has its own International Airport from where one can get direct flights to Middle East, Singapore, Malaysia and Sri Lanka. Indian Airlines has a network of flights to and from Trivandrum that connects it to all the major cities like Delhi, Mumbai and Chennai of India.
By Train to Thiruvananthapuram: The Central railway station located at Thampanoor in the heart of the city is just 8 km from the Airport. Trivandrum is well connected by the network of roads to the major cities of India like Delhi, Mumbai, Pune, Chennai, Ahmedabad, Indore etc. Trivandrum has the second largest train route in the world from Kanyakumari to Jammu.
By Bus to Thiruvananthapuram: The intra city public transport is dominated by state owned KSRTC (Kerala State Road transport Corporation ) that operates from six depots namely Vikas Bhavan, Peroorkada, Pappanamcode, Kaniyapuram and Vellanad. The Central and Inter State Bus stand is located 1 Km from Thampanoor District which connects all major towns and cities of Kerala with Bangalore and Chennai. The Central city bus terminal is located at East Fort Kizhakkekotta near the Padmanabha Swamy temple from where the buses ply regularly with in the state.
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