Sea-facing Dutch heritage structure built in 1667

Bastion Bunglow Kochi Ernakulam

Bastion Bunglow is a famous tourist site in the city of Kochi, located near Vasco da Gama square in Fort Kochi, India. Bastion Bunglow situated on River Road in Fort Kochi, was built in 1667.

Bastion Bungalow, is a sea-facing Dutch heritage structure built in 1667. Bastian Bungalow had been used as a residential building during the British period. Colonel Macaulay, the resident of Cochin during the early decade of the 19th century stayed in this building.

Bastion Bunglow Kochi Ernakulam

The fort was named as Manuel Fort in the name of the then king of Portugal. The name Bastion Bunglow is derived from its location on the site of the Stromberg Bastion of the old Dutch fort.

Currently, it is the official residence of the Sub-Collector. Bastion Bunglow is an example of Indo-European style architecture mainly following the Dutch style.

Village : Fort Kochi
Taluk : Ernakulam
District : Ernakulam
Location : At Fort Kochi

Bastion Bungalow in Kochi is just a 2-min walk from the St. Francis Church, Kochi

Address: X68R+WFP, Napier Street, Fort Kochi, Kochi, Kerala 682001

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