Vypin or Vypeen is one of the organization of islands in the Kochi, in the southwestern Indian country of Kerala. Vypin is one of the densely populated islands in Asia. The island is set 27 kilometres lengthy and is connected to mainland Kochi via a sequence of bridges referred to as the Goshree bridges, which begin at Kalamukku in Vypin, contact other two islands then end at Marine Drive, Kochi. The western coast of Vypin has the longest beaches in Kochi particularly, the Cherai Beach, Kuzhuppilly Beach and the Puthuvype Beach.
Munambam, at par the northern tip of Vypin, is home to the Munambam Fishing Harbour, the largest fishing harbour in Kochi. Puthuvype has become the primary business hub in Kerala and the quickest growing town suburb due to the SPM undertaking run through Kochi Refineries, the Puthuvyp LNG Terminal, the IOC Bottling Plant and the proposed Oceanarium. There are ten lighthouses in Kerala, certainly one of that's situated at Puthuvype Beach.