Saturday, 30 April 2016

Tourist Attractions in Tamil Nadu

Tamil Nadu is a great place filled with its outstanding architecture and exotic places. Whether you are looking for amazing beaches, spiritual places or splendid rock cut architecture, you will get all in Tamil Nadu to hypnotize you and make your holiday memorable. There are a number of travel charms in Tamil Nadu - 

Blessed by natural and artificial wonders, Tamil Nadu has plenty of things to offers - 

1.  Chennai


Chennai, the capital of Tamil Nadu, is a city with deep culture and tradition. The main attractions of the city are – the beaches, temples, museums and galleries, ancient Portuguese style churches and recreational parks. 

2.  Mahabalipuram Beach


Located at 1 hour drive in south of Chennai, you will get the Mahabalipuram beach. The beach has wonderful scene, but popular for tourists who travel to enjoy at the resorts there. 

3.  Kanchipuram


Kanchipuram is famous for its unique silk saris. Positioned at 80 kilometers from Chennai, it was once the main city of the Pallava Empire.  It is also filled with unique architectural beauty. The variety of temples is remarkable. 

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4.  Pondicherry


Pondicherry, a union territory on the east shoreline of Tamil Nadu, is not truly a site that you would wish to find in India. It was built in the 18th century and offers you an opportunity to know the French culture and calm ambience. 

5.  Madurai


Madurai in Tamil Nadu is a home to the most amazing and significant in South India. The city has more than 4,000 years old and the main center for Tamil culture. The 12 day Chithirai Festival, held in Madurai in April every year.  

6.  Tanjore (Thanjavur)


The Cholas built more than 70 temples in Thanjavur, with the most outstanding one being the Brihadeswara Temple. It's a surprising view to watch. Built exclusively out of stone, its arena rises to larger than 60 meters. It is also famous for its dramatic Tanjore paintings. 

7.  Chettinad


Known for its antique palaces and fiery curries, Tamil Nadu's Chettinad area is situated about 2 hours drive from Madurai and Tanjore. It can be discovered on a day tour. Now the mansion is changed into the hotel.

8.  Ooty


Recognized in the 19th century by the British, Ooty is now a peaceful site to run away from the summer heat. If you travel during April and May, ready to surround with the crowd. To reach the Ooty, take the picturesque toy train from Metupalaiyam.

Tamil Nadu has always attracted travelers for its scenic beauty, historical wonders, traditional values and the more important beaches. Its sunrise and sunset attractions are very famous and people generally come to witness and catch it in their camera. A trip to Tamil Nadu no doubt will be a great experience and will give you a memorable time to enjoy. The city is connected with almost all the major cities of India by rail, air and road. 

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