Lockdown works as an opportunity to improve tourism infrastructure in Kochi

 Saturday, September 5, 2020 


The Kochi district tourism department is utilizing the restrictions imposed due to pandemic as a chance to reconstruct its infrastructure. The district department is all geared up to improve tourism infrastructure of Kochi in all the main 11 tourist spots in the region and bring the works to completion before mid-October, 2020.

When tourism remains strong, it’s generally a very complex task for the department to carry out works to improve the district infrastructure.
“Now, t he government has asked us to identify infrastructure development and maintenance projects and complete the works soon. We would be completing estimate preparation soon and expect that the works could be started by mid-September,” said a district tourism department official.

The complete overhaul of Fort Kochi beach walkway, boat cruise terminal at Marine Drive, Kuzhippally beach, Maritime Heritage Museum at Willingdon Island, Cherai beach, Munambam beach, Haritha vanam Park at Aluva, Manappattuchira boating and facilitation centre at Malayattoor, Kadambrayar ecotourism walkway, Indranchira Park at Kolenchery and Nedumparachira Park at Kodanad will be integrated in the said project.

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