How to Reach
Kochi: Getting In
The Kochi-Muziris Biennale is centred in spaces around Fort Kochi and Mattancheri.
Kochi is connected by air to all major cities in India and the Middle East, as well as to many cities in SE Asia.
Fort Kochi is 45 km from Kochi International Airport, Nedumbassery. Bus and taxi service is available from the airport to Fort Kochi.
Kochi (or Ernakulam) is connected by rail to all parts of India. Almost all trains travelling through Kerala halt at Ernakulam. There are two main railway stations in the city: Ernakulam Jn (or Ernakulam South) and Ernakulam Town (or Ernakulam North).
Fort Kochi is 13 km from Ernakulam Jn (South) Station and 16 km from Ernakulam Town (North) Station.
There are cruise ships running from Goa, Bombay, Lakshadweep, and Colombo. Almost all passenger ships dock at Willingdon Island.
Fort Kochi and Mattancheri are connected to mainland Ernakulam, Willingdon Island and Vypin Island by boat. The ferry service runs from early morning to late evening.
Fort Kochi is 20 mins from the Ernakulam Boat Jetty and 10 mins from both Willingdon Island and Vypin Boat Jetty.
Kochi is served by an extensive network of State Highways and National Highways. Both State-operated and private bus services are available to cities in Kerala, and to some cities oustide the State.
Fort Kochi is 15 km from the main bus station in Ernakulam.
Kochi: Getting Around
Most locations of the Kochi-Muziris Biennale are walking distances from each other.
Bicycles are available on rent and are a good way to explore Fort Kochi and Mattancheri.
Local buses are frequent and connect all parts of the city.
Auto-rickshaws are a quick and easy option for travel around Fort Kochi & Mattancheri and Ernakulam.
There are numerous taxi services available for travelling in and around Kochi.