Aroor is a census town in Alappuzha district and it is a suburb of Kochi in the state of Kerala, India. It is a seafood related industrial area at the south of Kochi, Kerala, India. It is considered as part of Kochi for all practical purposes but Aroor is technically belongs to Alappuzha district. Aroor is a two way entrance to the Cochin city.
Aroor is the northernmost tip of Alappuzha district and lies on the National Highway 47 NH 47 (India) next to Chandiroor. It is around 17 km south of Ernakulam (Kochi), the commercial hub of Kerala. Even though Aroor is a part of Alappuzha, it is often referred as the southernmost tip of the Cochin city and Aroor is the industrial hub of Allapuzha District.
Aroor is linked to the nearby land Kumbalam through a bridge. The Aroorâ€“Kumbalam Bridge is the second-longest bridge (now the bridge is doubled with four-lane traffic) in Kerala state, spanning about 993 meters, which links Aroor with Ernakulam district at Kumbalam through Aroorâ€“Edapally Bypass. Bypass opened to traffic since 1997.