Kerala is one of the major tourist attractions as well as the best honeymoon destination in India. The land of coconut, Kerala is believed to be a gift of the Arabian Sea. The pride of Kerala are exotic beaches, breathtaking hill stations, enchanting waterfalls, beautiful lagoons, and amazing natural scenarios.
The people of Kerala are most simple and down-to-earth. They like to live in their own world of simplicity and originality. They are known as ‘Malyalees’ or ‘Keralites’, since they are natives of Kerala. The people of Kerala speak Malayalam. They give a lot of importance to education and as a result the literacy rate is quite high here. Not only modern education is important for them, but the elders make it a point to also offer religious and cultural teachings to their younger generations. The people of Kerala dress very ordinarily. They do not believe in showing off. They are very modest and are content with the quality of life they lead. The mainstay of Kerala's economy is Agriculture. Tourism and Export are also a significant role in the economy of this South Indian state.
Regarding food, they are very particular about their health and make sure they have a healthy and balanced diet. They seek mental satisfaction more than materialistic pleasures. Women dress up in the traditional unique attire called Set Mundu, which is somewhat similar to a sari and worn over a blouse. It requires draping skillfully. Men mostly wear white Mundu (dhoti) with a shirt or a cotton "lungi" (a sarong like dress) with a towel on top. The men in cities wear pants and shirts, and the women wear saris. The younger generation has become quite fashionable and wears everything from jeans to Salwar Kameez.