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04-Sep-2017 08:51

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When you visit Fort Kochi you’ll be following in the footsteps of the Chinese, Portuguese, Dutch and British empire builders who all left their mark on the city; the resulting fusion is captivating.

In the space of a few square miles you’ll see fisherman working Chinese fishing nets, Kathakali performances, fine hotels in restored heritage buildings and vibrant street art by local students keeping the history alive.

We were invited to stay at the magnificent Ayana Fort Kochi, which was situated in the former Court House.

The staff are fantastic with young kids and our boys particularly loved the fluffy muffins fresh from the onsite bakery in the mornings and jumping in to the roof top pool.

(Performances at the Greenix Village are Rs350, free for children. You can watch the performers apply their makeup from 5pm.