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Chingoli is an urbanised village which lies near Haripad town in Alappuzha district of Kerala.

It is an amalgamation of both modern city life style and traditional values of Kerala

How to visit

Chingoli can be accessed by road and rail. The nearest bus station, Haripad, is around 4-5 km away whereas the nearest railway station,Haripad railway station, is at an easily negotiable distance.

For visitors from outside the state, Cochin airport and Alappuzha railway station are the nearest points of convenience. Chingoli/Cheppad: This beautiful village is situated in Karthikappally Thaluk of Alappuzha District, Kerala. One can find a blend of various people here, living in harmony and peace contributing to the cultural and religious integrity of the nation.

Places of interest

Chingoli village is close to many famous Hindu temples among which Mannarasala Nagaraja temple, Haripad Sri Subramanya temple,Evoor temple,Major Kanjoor Sree Durga Devi temple, Vettikulangara Devi Temple are the most famous. The Kavillpadikkal temple and Thayyil sree Bhuvaneswari devi temple is the most famous temple in the village and a source of strength to its inhabitants.


The NTPC kayamkulam power station lies near Chingoli and has boosted the economy of the region considerably.

Sree rama krishna pharmacy and krishnendu ayurveda hospital established in 1908 known as chingoli ayurveda hospital attracts Indians and foreigners for ayurveda treatments.


Chingoli has a typical tropical climate just like the rest of Kerala. Summers can be rather uncomfortable due to high humidity levels.

Nearby places

Chingoli lies in close proximity to Cheppad, Kayamkulam, Mavelikara and Karuvatta.

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