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With an aerial distance of 1517 km between Kochi and Bhubaneswar, reach the beautiful state of Odisha in 5 hours 30 minutes with one of IndiGo’s 8 to 11 daily connecting Kochi to Bhubaneswar flights.
Travellers can log on to www.goindigo.in to book the lowest flight ticket price between Kochi and Bhubaneswar, book their tickets for the return journey from Bhubaneswar to Kochi, take advantage of various flight offers, manage their bookings, enjoy fantastic in-flight service and many more.
No other airline will take you to Bhubaneswar from Kochi in less than 6 hours. If you want to begin your vacation early or need to be in Bhubaneswar urgently, there is no better option than IndiGo’s Kochi to Bhubaneswar flight. There are at least eight flights every day, and you can travel via layovers at Hyderabad, Bengaluru, Chennai, Delhi or Ahmedabad.
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Bhubaneswar replaced Cuttack as the capital of Odisha state in 1949, it is one of the first few planned cities in India covering 422 sq. km. The population of this city is just shy of 1 million. Bhubaneswar’s history goes back a long time, and the confluence of Hindu, Buddhist and Jain cultures has left behind the fine Kalinga architecture.
Due to the vastness of its cultural heritage, Bhubaneswar is often referred to as the ‘Temple City of India’, and along with Puri and Konark, it is one of the most visited tourist places of eastern India.
If you have time after visiting the tourist attractions, some less common spots are the Chandaka Dampara Wildlife Sanctuary and the Nandankanan Zoological Park, which will thoroughly satisfy the nature-lovers.
Tourists must visit the Bindu Sagar Lake and the Hindu temples dotted around it, including the 11th-century Hindu Lingaraja Temple. Along with this, the Udayagiri and Khandagiri Hills and the caves with ornate rock carvings are not to be missed.
For authentic Odisha handicrafts, such as Pata Chitra, Samblpuri weaves, sand art and others, tourists can pay a visit to the Ekamra Haat. Along with this, discerning visitors also often visit Acharya Vihar’s Konark Wood Products.
The best time to visit is from October to February when the weather is pleasant and mild. However, the auspicious festival of Ashokashtami, when the image of Lingaraja is taken from Lingaraja Temple to the Rameshwara Temple, often falls in the month of March.
Local transport in Bhubaneswar consists of government and private buses, cabs and auto-rickshaws.
The summers are scorching and the winters are moderate, with moderate to heavy monsoons.
The airport in Bhubaneswar is known as Biju Patnaik International Airport (IATA: BBI), and it has both domestic and international flight capacity. It is located only 3 km from the city centre. IndiGo serves this airport with both domestic flights and international flights to destinations such as Bangkok.
On the list of Lonely Planet’s Top 10 cities to visit around the world in 2020, India’s very own port city Kochi has found a place amongst other incredible cities. It is part of the district of Ernakulam in Kerala spread over a land area of 95 sq. km and a population of over 2.1 million, it is also the most densely populated city in the state.
As the commercial and financial capital of the state of Kerala, Kochi is a bustling region that sees a lot of visitors. It has a long coastline leading into the Lakshadweep Sea and two rivers, Periyar and Muvattupuzha.
Popular places to visit in Kochi include the Mattancherry Palace built by the Portuguese, the Jewish ‘Paradesi’ Synagogue or the very fine architecture of Santa Cruz Basilica. You can also visit the Kerala Folklore Museum and watch the exhibits or attend one of their plays.
For souvenirs like antiques and jewellery, you can visit Jew Town, or if you merely want to win a good bargain, you can travel to Broadway.
Kochi is well-connected, with both public and private bus services, a metro, rail service and a water port. Autos and taxis are also available.
As a coastal city, Kochi is largely hot and humid throughout the year, with a mild winter.
Kochi’s airport is the Cochin International Airport (IATA: COK), located 28 km away from the city and it is famous for being the world’s first fully solar-powered airport.
IndiGo served both domestic and international flight passengers from Cochin International Airport. To book an international or domestic flight ticket, please visit www.goindigo.in.
How do I book an IndiGo flight from Kochi to Bhubaneswar?
Visit www.goindigo.in and enter the details of your travel, such as the date, and you will get options for flights. Choose the flight from Kochi to Bhubaneswar, that best suits your needs in terms of time and money. You can then pay online with several convenient options.
Are there any direct flights from Kochi to Bhubaneswar?
No. IndiGo offers several connecting flights between Kochi and Bhubaneswar, with stops at Bengaluru, Chennai and Hyderabad.
Should I use a web-check in?
Yes. You can do a web-check in up to an hour before the departure of the flight through your personal computer or by downloading the IndiGo mobile app.
What special souvenirs should I buy in Bhubaneswar?
Oriya handicrafts are special in a number of ways. You can buy sand art or Pata Chitra. You may also buy woven ikat fabrics in Bhubaneshwar, which are a well-known specialty of the area.
Are there any special food items that can be tried in Bhubaneswar?
If you are looking to explore the local cuisine in Bhubaneswar, sea food dishes are a must-try. In terms of desserts, you can try chhena jalebi or malpua. You can also try street food items such as kebabs or panipuri.
Where should I visit if I’m travelling with children?
Most tourist places in Bhubaneswar are kid-friendly, but the Nandankanan Zoological Park would be a good spot for children, as it has a varied wildlife population.
Should I buy a return ticket to Kochi?
You can either buy a separate flight ticket from Bhubaneswar to Kochi or buy a round trip flight on the IndiGo website as you may get flight offers for round-trip tickets. For further details, you can visit www.goindigo.in or download the mobile app.