Paliam Palace Conservation
The two storey building has a colonnaded verandah which leads to the main entrance of the building. The building features, elaborately carved wooden staircases and balusters and thick walls with splayed openings.
This is being converted into a museum which will depict the history of the Paliath Achans and their relation.
The Dutch built Paliam Palace in the 17th Century as a gesture of gratitude to the Paliath Achan, for helping them to conquer the Portuguese. This Palace was once used as the residence of the Paliath Achans, who were the prime ministers to the former Maharajas of the State of Kochi.