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Thrikkunnapuzha is the south-west part of Alappuzha district, Kerala, India. Thrikkunnapuzha is one of the gateway to the inland water ways of Alappey. This place, where narrow canals, rivers, lakes lagoons and land meet are aptly called "backwaters". It is the land of fishermen. It is known for its Ayyappa Swami Temple. National Waterway 3 passes through the place. Kumaran Asan, the Malayalam poet, died in a boat accident at Pallanayar in Kumarakodi of Thrikkunnappuzha.
The only Pentecostal Church is belongs Assemblies of God Malayalam District Council. Assembly of God Revival Centre also situated here. Rev Royson Johni from Kulathupuzha built the Church here.
Thrikkunnapuzha beach is known for Karkidaka vavu or "Karkidaka Vavu Bali". The beach of Thrikkunnapuzha is rich in mineral sand called black sand. “Thrkkunnappuzha Sri DharmaSastha Temple” is one of the temples in Alappuzha District
- Karrkidaka Vaavu Bali (Keralite tribute ceremony for ancestors)
- Thrikkunnapuzha Sree Dharmasastha Temple
- Pathiyankara Juma Masjid
- Muhiyudheen Juma MAsjid
- Coir Village Lake Resort
- Mahakavi Kumaranasan's tomb, Kumarakodi
- Boat Races
- Backwater cruise
- Thrikkunnapuzha Beach
- Toddy Shops
- "Census of India:Villages with population 5000 & above". Registrar General & Census Commissioner, India. Retrieved 10 December 2008.