Things to do in Thiruvananthapuram

Sri Chitra Art Gallery Thiruvananathapuram Classic Sarovar Portico Thiruvananthapuram

Sri Chithra Arts Gallery

The Sri Chithra Art Gallery was opened to the public by the erstwhile Maharaja of Travancore Sri Chithira Thirunal on the 25th of September 1935. The Gallery owes it's origin to Dr.J.H.Cousins, the Art Advisor to Government of Travancore. It has a rich collection representing the various genre of paintings in India along with a few from other parts of Asia.

Thiruvananthapuram Zoo Classic Sarovar Portico Thiruvananthapuram

Thriuvananthapuram Zoo

Thiruvananthapuram Zoo is one of the oldest zoos in India. It is said to have been established in the year 1857 by Maharaja of Travancore. In a modernization project of 1995, this zoo got a makeover and its old enclosures were replaced with spacious naturalistic enclosures. The zoo is home to about 82 species of animals that include lion-tailed macaque.

Sree Padnabahaswamy Temple Classic Sarovar Portico Thiruvananthapuram

Sree Padmanabahaswamy Temple

The Temple is an imitation of the renowned Sri Adikesavaperumal Temple at Thiruvattar. Sri Padmanabhaswamy Temple gave its name to Kerala's state capital - Thiruvananthapuram. In addition to other things, the sanctuary is renowned for having a mystery vault that no human can ever open effectively. Give us now a chance to return to the historical backdrop of the sanctuary and take in more about the strange entryway.

Technopark Tvm Classic Sarovar Portico Thiruvananthapuram

Technopark

Technopark is an innovation park in Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, India. It is the biggest Information Technology stop in Asia as far as developed area. The recreation center is devoted to IT sector. Propelled in 1990, Technopark starting at 2015 has 9.33 million square feet of developed territory, and is home to more than 350 organizations, utilizing about 60,000 experts.