Kodassery

Kodassery

#Village
Located at: Chalakudy
Kerala, India

Kodassery is a Village in Chalakkudy Taluk in Thrissur District of Kerala State, India. It belongs to Central Kerala Division. 9 KM from Chalakudy.

Kodassery is famous for the big hill station near by named Kodassery hills. Mainly people depend on private bus services to go there. There is full of greenery every where.

This Place is in the border of the Thrissur District and Ernakulam District. Ernakulam District Parakkadavu is South towards this place .

Ticket / Cost / Expenses:NA
Time people usually spend here:2 hours
Latitude/Longitude:
10.3476101°N, 76.3922658°E

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Kodassery

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