"Our opinion on the rhetoric of the five famous destinations of Kerala"

Cochin Fort Kochi or more precisely is one of five destinations promoted initially by the Government of Kerala to the level of tourist destinations like Munnar and the tea plantations, wildlife reserves and Tekkady, Varkala and its beaches, backwaters and Alleppey. Fort Kochi acting as the city at once historical and typical.
The idea was laudable, show most of Kerala in 5 steps.
The problem is that focus 10 million tourists to Indian customs not environmentally friendly and other (...) tourists and 1 million foreign tourists, has rapidly deteriorated in tourist areas. No management has been established to support the garbage, to make the suitable road access, so as to order some hotel standards and the number ... !
Many but not laudatory promotion of organization:
No guided tours in museums (which are very poorly maintained)
All natural wildlife reserves offer activities exclusively managed by employees of the Government of Kerala. Unfortunately, in many cases, the employees in question are not at all concerned about their job and not any more tourists. We therefore held that very few sites run by the government, it is the same for all hotels, resorts and restaurants managed directly by the government that we generally prefer to exclude from our tours.