Trivandrum is 727 kms from Bangalore.
Thiruvananthapuram is an ancient region with trading traditions dating back to 1000 BCE. It is believed that the ships of King Solomon landed in a port called Ophir (now Poovar) in Thiruvananthapuram in 1036 BCE. The city was the trading post of spices, sandalwood and ivory. However, the ancient political and cultural history of the city was almost entirely independent from that of the rest of Kerala. The early rulers of the city were the Ays. With their fall in the 10th century, the city was taken over by the rulers of Venad.
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Trivandrum is also a tourist hot-spot for both domestic and international tourists. Being the capital of Kerala, often known as “God’s own country”, Trivandrum is also called as “God’s own capital”. There are many tourist destinations in the city including Kovalam beach, Sanghumukham Beach, Napier museum and Zoo, Agasthyarkoodam peak, Neyyar Wild life sanctuary and Neyyar Dam, Kuthira Malika palace, Sree Padmanabha Swamy temple, Ponmudi, Poovar, Varkala Cliffs and Beaches and many others. Trivandrum is also famous for being the Evergreen city of India.
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