52nd Annual Conference of Association of Plastic Surgeons of India

  • Video Workshop: 15th November, 2017

  • Venue: Amirta Institue of Medical Sciences

  • Conference: 16th- 19th November, 2017

  • Venue: Le Meridien Convention Centre


Bazaar Road

Running from Fort Cochin to Mattancherry, this two kilometer stretch of road is where Kerala’s commodities are sold. This is a narrow section of road filled with tiny open-fronted shops advertising wholesale, retail or commission sales. Green cardamom, Pepper, Cinnamon, brown cardamom, cloves, bay leaf and other unique things to buy in Kochi are all on offer in he shops here .Try and pick well-sealed packets rather than open spices as the vacuum packed spices will keep fresh longer.There are many shops along Bazaar Rd, selling spices, pulses etc and is much cheaper to buy here than in Jew Town, where everything is more tourist-orientated. Some are actually whole-salers, but there are plenty shops selling small quantities of spices as well.This is also best option to buy great souvenirs to carry back from Kerala.


The area is characterized by narrow roads, quite ironical to its name! One can buy varieties of clothes and spices here which are famous in kochi. It is a perfect spot for shopping and you will get all kind of stuffs here. Electronic goods, umberllas (from Colombo Umberlla House), spices, clothes, jewellery, leather goods, stationary, watches the list is too big and broadway adjoins Ernakulam Market where you can get wholesale prices as well.broadway features many hole-in-the-wall spice shops. No need to look for them, the wafting aromas will guide you there.

M G Road

The most important commercial center in Cochin is at the M.G road, which is short for Mahatma Gandhi road. Here, you can buy stuff ranging from clothes to cosmetics to knick-knacks. The road is lined with small and big shops and many shops selling spices which are among the best places to shop in kochi. The most popular items that are bought by tourists are handicrafts, spices and nuts. In handicrafts, the most commonly used raw materials are coir, brass, copper, bamboo, etc. KairaliEmprium at M G Road is one of the best place to shop for artifacts, clothes and crafts which are all typical to Kerala . A Kathakali mask makes a nice souvenir and comes in small, medium and large sizes and is available at Kairali Emporium. You can also look at large retail showrooms like Seematti, jayalakshmi Silks and Chennai Silks to get a taste for fashion and the finest quality sarees and other exquisite range of clothes and fabrics.

Jewel Junction

Jewel Junction is famous for its jewelry showrooms and the most popular ones are Bhima, Josco and Alukkas.Jewel Junction and the shops here is a rendezvous of ethnic goldornaments, lightweight jewellery and trendy collection and some diamond showrooms as well. You can shop and buy some traditional jewellery at some of the prestigious showrooms here like AlappatJewellery, Alukkas, BhimaJewellers, AyodhyaJwelleryetc

Marine Drive

One can get an amazing collection of readymade items and cotton items on the Marine Drive road and the GCDA shopping compleX. One great thing about shopping in Cochin is that there are many varieties of cotton clothes that would fetch high prices in Western shops. This means that a lot of them make it onto market stalls in Cochin and with a bit of clever bargaining and ‘bundling’ you will get some great buys for a fraction of what they would cost back in your country. There are many fast food joints and cafes on the roadside and one can always stop there to munch on some eatables while on your shopping spree.

Streets around Synagogue at Fort Cochin

In the Streets around Synagogue at Fort Cochin, you will find a unique assortment of items like figurines, colorful bead jewelry, mat, bangles et al made from coir, wood, bamboo, shells, brass, ivory and sandalwood.


  • Lulu Mall – Edapally

  • Oberon Mall – Edapally

  • Centre Square Mall – M. G. Road

  • Abad Nucleus Mall – Maradu

  • Gold Souk Mall – Palarivattom

  • Bay Pride Mall - Marine Drive


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