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Cheap Flights to Thiruvananthapuram

Cheap Flights to Thiruvananthapuram Airport

Thiruvananthapuram, also known as Trivandrum, is a city on the west coast of India with undulating coastal hills. The city is frequently visited for its ancient temples and unique architecture. Shri Padmanabhaswamy Temple, for example, is a temple constructed in Davidian style. It is also one of the oldest temples in India. To visit Thiruvananthapuram, you can book cheap flights to Thiruvananthapuram Airport (TRV) and land only 2.3 miles from the city center.

Facilities at Thiruvananthapuram Airport

There are two terminals at Thiruvananthapuram Airport with Terminal 1 handling domestic flights, excluding Air India. International flights and Air India flights are delivered to Terminal 2. Major airline carriers that offer cheap flights to Thiruvananthapuram Airport (TRV) include Air India, Jet Airways and Qatar Airways.

At the airport, there are spacious lounges, Wi-Fi internet access and phone recharging points, making travel more comfortable. The airport features a glass ceiling to allow natural lighting in the building. Thiruvananthapuram Airport also has a beer and wine bar, a bookstore and several cafes. Transportation options for travelers after their flights to Thiruvananthapuram Airport (TRV) include trains, taxis and car rentals. The average cost of a taxi to downtown Thiruvananthapuram is $2.50.

Things to Do Near Thiruvananthapuram Airport

A main attraction in Thiruvananthapuram is Padmanabhaswamy Temple, which features a towering gate and shrine to Padmanabha. The shrine depicts Padmanabha reclining on a serpent. You can relax or meditate at Padmanabhaswamy Temple before resuming your exploration of the city.

Another good place for relaxation in Thiruvananthapuram is Shankhumugham Beach. You could hire a kayak or speed boat to travel along the water at the beach. Shankhumugham Beach has religious importance to locals, so expect thousands of people at the beach when Bali Tarpanam prayers to the dead occur in July and August.

Kudappanakunnu is a good Thiruvananthapuram neighborhood to stay in because it has several temples worth seeing. You can visit the Kunnath Sree Mahadeva Kshethram, Kudappanakunnu Devi Kshethram, and Perapooru Devi Kshethram temples within walking distance. This area is also close to the airport, so passengers who don't want to travel far after their flights to Thiruvananthapuram Airport (TRV) will like the lodging opportunities here. For shopping trips, head to Chalai Bazaar, one of the busiest street markets in Kerala.

Travel Tips for Thiruvananthapuram Airport

One of the biggest events in Thiruvananthapuram is Onam Festival, a Hindu festival in Kerala. Highlights of the event are Kaikottikali dance and boat races. Onam Festival occurs during the Malayalam month of Chingam from August to September.

There's a wide range of cuisine served in Thiruvananthapuram, including South Indian and fusion dishes. You can find excellent local and international cuisine in the Injakkal West Fort and Palayam areas. A meal for two at a restaurant in Thiruvananthapuram costs $4.50 on average. Thiruvananthapuram has an average yearly temperature of 81 degrees Fahrenheit. The average temperature in the summer is 95 degrees Fahrenheit, and in the winter, it's usually around 76 degrees Fahrenheit.

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