India's largest shopping mall, Lulu is an attraction in its own right with people coming from all over to shop here, hang out in the food courts or cinema, go ice-skating or tenpin bowling. Sprawling over 7 hectares…
Popular throughout Kerala, Niraamaya sells ‘ayurvedic’ clothing and fabrics – all made of organic cotton, coloured with natural herb dyes, or infused with ayurvedic oils. There's another branch in Mattancherry.
Huge range of quality new and used books in Fort Cochin.
Tucked behind the post office, this Trifed (Tribal Cooperative Marketing Development Federation of India) enterprise sells tribal artefacts, paintings, shawls, figurines and more at reasonable fixed prices, with the…
In central Ernakulam, this flashy new mall is smaller than Lulu Mall in Edapally but still has six floors of shopping, including a top-floor food court and bowling alley, as well as a cinema.
Kollam's biggest shopping mall has a so-so food court on the top floor as well as cinemas, a supermarket and a variety of shops.
A Kerala Government–run handicraft emporium with an Aladdin’s cave of fix-priced crafts, souvenirs and antiques.
Cinnamon sells gorgeous Indian-designed clothing, jewellery and homewares in an ultrachic white retail space.
At the busy Connemara Market vendors sell vegetables, fish, goats, fabric, clothes, spices and more.
This renowned brand has fine Indian textiles, fabrics, clothes and household linen.