Parasurama Temple at Thiruvallam is nearly 7 kilometers away from Thiruvananthapuram, the capital city of Kerala. This temple remains closed during Lunar Eclipse and Solar Eclipse. A great feature of this temple is that it has separate shrines for Lord Vishnu, Lord Shiva and Lord Brahma. Another uniqueness of this temple is that it is situated at the merging of 3 rivers (Triveni Sangama), namely, Karamana River, Killi River, and Parvathiputhanar River. This uniqueness makes it a holy site to carry out bali rituals. Parasurama Temple at Thiruvallam is almost 6 kilometers away from both
Kovalam is Kerala’s most famous beach and a major tourist attraction. Location: 16 km South West from Trivandrum. There are three crescent shaped beaches and all three are popular hot spots. The three are separated by rocky headlands. Along the long coast there are also other less famous but equally scenic beaches.
There are three main beaches: Samudra Beach, Hawa Beach, Light House Beach
All the beaches overlap each other in succession. The Light House beach gets its name from the Vizhinjam Light House located there. The lighthouse is on a rocky promontory, and is not open to the public.- Edakallu(meaning stone in between), separates Hawa Beach from Lighthouse Beach. The Ashoka Beach which divides the beach into its northern and southern sections sports a Government Rest House. The beaches attract their visitors to stay on till late in the evening.