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Koder House

Koder House

Koder House, located in Cochin, is a testament to the rich Jewish heritage and culture that once thrived in Cochin. The Koder House was the residence of one of the most illustrious Jewish family in Cochin – the Koders, which has now been restored to its full glory and turned into a three-storeyed heritage boutique hotel.The hotel overlooks the beautiful landscape of Fort Cochin and is just a hop, skip and a jump away from the Fort Cochin beach.

This House had been a host to Presidents, Prime Ministers, Viceroys, Ambassadors and other prominent dignitaries. This dwelling also finds a prominent place on INTACH’s list of heritage sites, and a visit to Fort Cochin is considered to be incomplete without a visit to this historic monument.

Koder House, Cochin, offers six elegantly furnished luxurious suites. Each suite covers an area of 800 sq.ft. with spectacular teak wood panelling on the floors, ceiling and stairways.

The suites have their own distinctive style and decor. Each suite comprises of a bedroom, desk, television, large dressing/lounging area and luxurious bathroom with a spa bath and separate shower cubicle.


Sleeps upto 15

6 Bedrooms

6 bathrooms

AC in Rooms






Starting from 8000


Koder House, Cochin, offers six elegantly furnished luxurious suites
with spectacular teak wood panelling on the floors, ceiling and stairways.
The five Deluxe Suites, each suite covering an area of 800 sq. Ft., offer a large bedroom, a state-of-the art bathroom with Bath tub and a sitting room.
The architecture of the living area reflects the grandeur of its colonial heritage, with high ceilings, ornate woodwork, and elegant furnishings creating an atmosphere of refined sophistication. Large windows allow natural light to flood the space, illuminating the rich textures and intricate details of the decor.


Koder House houses the restaurant PlanB Fort Kochi which serves American Cuisine. PlanB, a restaurant chain, has been a favourite for its lip-smacking dishes and zesty cocktails. Plan B Restaurant boasts an extensive wine and cocktail menu, featuring a curated selection of fine wines, spirits, and handcrafted cocktails. Guests can indulge in a refreshing beverage to complement their meal and enhance their dining experience. Whether visiting for a romantic dinner, a celebratory meal, or a casual gathering with friends, guests can expect a memorable culinary journey at Plan B Restaurant, where every moment is savoured and enjoyed to the fullest.


A cycling tour of Fort Kochi offers a delightful way to explore the historical and cultural richness of this coastal city in Kerala, India. Fort Kochi, often referred to as the “Queen of the Arabian Sea,” is renowned for its eclectic blend of Dutch, Portuguese, and British influences, evident in its architecture, cuisine, and way of life. You can witness the history of Fort Kochi , the fishing nets , Jewish synagogue and jew town ,Cultural interactions, the scenic views and coastal beauty.

A tour of Kumbalangi village offers a unique opportunity to immerse yourself in the authentic rural life of Kerala, India. Situated on the outskirts of Kochi, Kumbalangi is renowned for its serene backwaters, lush greenery, and vibrant village culture. a tour of Kumbalangi village offers a refreshing escape from the hustle and bustle of city life, allowing you to reconnect with nature, experience authentic rural culture, and create lasting memories of your visit to Kerala.



Tower Rd, Fort Nagar, Fort Kochi, Kochi, Kerala 682001

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Kochi City Tour

See the large, graceful Chinese fishing nets that line the shore, first introduced by traders from the Court of Kublai Khan. It is a short and pleasant walk to the typical English village green. In one corner stands the Church of St Francis, its simple style enhanced only by the handsome floor tiles that line the main aisle. Continue on to Mattancherry – the Jewish quarters. Inside the two-story Mattancherry or Dutch Palace, view a remarkable series of murals. There is also an interesting collection of Dutch maps of old Kochi, coronation robes belonging to the maharajas, royal palanquins, weapons, and furniture. From there, it is a short walk to the Pardesi Synagogue-a tiny but delightful structure built in 1568. Its eclectic décor includes a floor paved with hand-painted blue and white Cantonese porcelain tiles, no two alike, and a glass, oil-burning chandelier from Belgium. The surrounding area is still called Jew Town and is a fascinating mix of antique shops, warehouses, and spice auction rooms.


In the beginning, you can indulge yourself in watching the make-up application on the artists. Of all classical Indian dances, Kathakali has the most elaborate costuming consisting of headdresses, face masks, and vividly painted faces. It typically takes an hour to prepare a Kathakali troupe to get ready for a play. Then experience the magic of storytelling as the artists perform in a classical way. A Kathakali performance synthesizes music, vocal performers, choreography, and hand and facial gestures together to express ideas. It also incorporates movements from ancient Indian martial arts and athletic traditions of South India.


A trip to Kerala is incomplete without watching Kalaripayattu, also known simply as Kalari. It is an Indian martial art that originated in Kerala and is known for its long-standing history within Indian martial arts. Kalaripayattu is a martial art designed for the ancient battlefield (the word Kalari means battlefield), with weapons and combative techniques that are unique to India. Like most Indian martial arts, Kalaripayattu contains rituals and philosophies inspired by Hinduism.

Fort Kochi Tour

Start with the visit of the famous Chinese Fishing Nets of Cochin. The huge cantilevered Chinese fishing nets that droop towards the waters like oversized hammocks have become a hallmark that represents Fort Kochi on every postcard. Next stop at the Steam boilers, standing harmlessly at one end of the Kochi Beach. They were once the powerful boilers that pushed a ship across the ocean in Cochin Dry Dock for twenty years from 1956.


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