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Top Tourist Attractions in Perambalur

  Top Tourist Attractions in Perambalur Perambalur is a town in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu. It is the headquarters of the Perambalur district and Perambalur taluk.  Best Places to Visit in Perambalur Siruvachur Sri Madhurakaliamman Ranjankudi Fort Shri. Subramaniya Swamy Temple National Fossil Wood Park, Sathanur Mayil Ootru Waterfalls Visvakudi Dam  Best Time to Visit in Perambalur Anytime There are a set of 11th century Buddhists images around the villages of Perambalur called Perambalur Buddhas. How to Reach Perambalur By road Perambalur is surrounded by Ariyalur, Thuraiyur, Srirangam which are 15.86 km, 18.42 km, 28.6 km away respectively.  From Trichy to 48 km. From Chennai to all the buses which are going to Trichy, Madurai,  Dindigul buses will stop in Perambalur These places are ideal spots for people to plan their short weekend break. TAGGED AMAZING PLACES TO SEE IN PERAMBALUR ATTRACTIVE PLACES TO VISIT IN PERAMBALUR BEST PLACES TO VISIT IN PERAMBALUR BEST THINGS TO DO IN

Tharangambadi Nagapattinam

  Tharangambadi is located at a distance of 34 km from   Nagapattinam  and it lies 15 kilometers (9.3 mi) north of Karaikal . There are a few interesting places are here (Tharangambadi ) to visit. Tranquebar Museum Tranquebar museum is situated inside the Danish fort in Tranquebar. The museum has a rich collection of major artifacts of the fort and the Danish empire. The bone of the whale is one of the major collections. The nice museum located on the shore. Glass objects, porcelain ware, steatite lamps, decorated terracotta objects, Danish manuscripts, Chinese tea jars, and lamps are displayed in the museum. The museum also has a wide collection of stones, figurines, sculptures, swords, dagger, spears, sudai, wooden objects and a part of a whale skeleton. Nice collection of artifacts, including some weapons, ceramics etc used by the Danish in India; the copies of two important treaties that changed the history of Tranquebar, namely the one between the Tanjore Nayaks and the Danes that

Velankanni Church and Beach Nagapattinam

  Velankanni Church Velankanni is a Special Grade Panchayat Town in Nagapattinam district in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu. It lies on the Coromandel Coast of the Bay of Bengal, 350 km south of Chennai (Madras) and 12 km south of Nagapattinam. Annually, 20 million pilgrims flock to the shrine from all over India and abroad,[4] out which an estimated 3 million people visit the shrine during its annual festival from 29 August to 8 September.[3] The 11-day annual festival concludes with the celebration of the Feast of the Nativity of Mary on 8 September. Due to the large number of pilgrims that visit this town, the Tamil Nadu State Transport Corporation (TNSTC), State Express Transport Corporation (Tamil Nadu) (SETC) and several private bus operators ply to cities like Bengaluru, Chennai, Coimbatore, Ernakulam, Madurai, Nagercoil, Salem, Thoothukudi, Tirunelveli and Trivandrum. The Kerala State Road Transport Corporation-run a daily bus service to Changanassery. Velankanni railway statio

Nagapattinam Tourist places

  Nagapattinam is famous for its rich history and culture. It is also famous for its harbors which are some of the best in the country. The town also attracts several pilgrims who come to offer their prayers in the temples located here. The town is located at a distance of 270 km from Chennai. From Madurai to Nagapattinam is 281 km by Road along with an aerial distance of 212 km and the Nearest airport to Nagapattinam is at Tiruchirappalli (150 km).  Best Tourist Places in Nagapattinam for Sikkal, Velankanni, Poompuhar, Kodiakkarai, Vedaranyam, Mannargudi and Tharangambadi. A majority of the people of Nagapattinam are employed in sea-borne trading, fishing, agriculture, and tourism. Kayarohanaswami Temple and Soundararajaperumal Temple, Nagapattinam are the major Hindu pilgrimage sites. Nagapattinam is the base for tourism for Sikkal, Velankanni, Poompuhar, Kodiakkarai, Vedaranyam, Mannargudi and Tharangambadi. Roadways are the major mode of transport to Nagapattinam, while the city al

Courtallam Spa of South India Tirunelveli

Courtallam is a Spa of South India. Wonderful waterfalls that you can enjoy with Family and friends. You can spend hours and hours under the water fall and its so refreshing. You can easily accessible from the main town. Also Dress changing rooms available here. Best time to visit (to avoid crowd – Early morning (5:30 – 8AM) or late night (open till 11pm). Saturday and Sunday will be heavy crowd. The water fall come through many medical trees and plant. It make our mind and health so grateful. Courtallam is not just waterfalls,its temples too attract visitors.It was indeed worth a penny visiting there. The three major waterfalls reachable by road are the Main Falls, Five Falls, and Old Courtallam Falls. Other waterfalls like Shenbaga Devi Falls and Honey Falls are reachable only by trekking on the mountain. There is separate area for ladies and gents though kids are allowed in both. The two falls on the left are for ladies and the remaining three for men. Usage of soap, oil, shampoo et

Arulmigu Nellaiappar Temple Tirunelveli

Arulmigu Nellaiappar Temple was constructed more than 1000 years ago. Musical stone is an interesting aspect of this temple. We can hear a musical sound from stone. There is no clue how our ancients made this. Arulmigu Nellaiappar Temple Timing Morning : 5:00 AM to 12:30 PM Evening : 4:00 PM to 09.00 PM Nellaiappar Temple Festivals Arudra Darisanam brahmotsavam Thiru kalyanam Navaratri ThaiPoosam Pradosham Pooja Masi Magam Thiruvathira Chitra Pournami H ow To reach Near by Airport : Tuticorin Airport. Around 42 Kilometers from Tuticorin Airport to Nellaiappar temple Nearby Railway Station : Tirunelveli Junction railway station. Around 5 Kilometers from Tirunelveli Junction railway station to Nellaiappar temple. Bus : There are several ways to reach Nellaiappar temple. Nellaiappar Temple is famous as one of the largest Shiva Temples of Tamil Nadu. It is a twin temple dedicated to Parvati and Shiva. Shiva is worshipped as Nellaiappar (also called Venuvananathar) represented by the lingam

Gundaru Dam Courtallam Attractions - 2024

Gundaru Reservoir is located at the foot of the Western Ghats near the towns of Courtralam and Sengottai, Tenkasi Dt Thirunelveli. The dam is surrounded fully by mountains. Gundaru Dam is 15 KM away from Courtallam . One of the best tourist spot near Courtallam . The water was cold and fresh. Great place to spend time with friends and family. You can visit the nearby hill station by either Jeep or walk barefoot. The areas are divided by dam and multiple falls which helps to divert the crowd to a different section.  Monsoon is the Best time to visit Gundaru Dam and the rainy season too peak. The roadway views were excellent on which few were agricultural fields, banyan trees, river canal which was about to overflow and of course rainwater from hills flowing on sides of the road. The dam has an excellent viewpoint and boating service is available. Unfortunately, it will be close in the rainy season. The closest town to Gundaru Dam is Courtallam at 8 KM The nearest railway station

Manimutharu Water Falls Tirunelveli

 Tirunelveli is a traditional temple city (150 km south of Madurai-South India) surrounded by many Waterfalls spots, ideal for SINGLE-DAY outing. Manimutharu Water Falls is one of the amazing waterfalls. Manimutharu Water Falls is Located 50 KMs from Tirunelveli city. Nearby kallidaikurichi. From there about 7 kilometers and located nearly 5 kms from Manimutharu Dam. You can enjoy the small falls there. But still, it's amazing to have a bath. Other side of bridge mini-falls which is overflowing the water of the big falls. And there is the river also. In the falls you are not allowed to use oil, Soap, shampoo those things. It's fully natural mountain water. An excellent place to spend a day. This waterfall is located inside a pristine forest, filled with monkeys and greenery. No restaurant is located nearby this falls but snacks and water can be brought from a nearby store. Also beside the falls is a small shack where women can change clothes in privacy. This spot comes under th

Kasi Viswanathar Temple Tenkasi Tirunelveli

 Kasi Viswanathar Temple in Tenkasi, a city in Tirunelveli district in the South Indian state of Tamil Nadu, is dedicated to the Hindu god Shiva. This temple has three shrines - Siva, Amman, and Murugan. Constructed in the Dravidian style of architecture, the temple is believed to have been built by Pandyan ruler Parakkirama Pandian during the 13th century, with later additions from Madurai Nayaks. As per Hindu legend, a Pandya king Parakkirama Pandian wanted to construct a temple for Hindu god Shiva at Tenkasi and went to Kasi to bring a lingam, an iconic representation of Shiva in South India. Beautiful temple. Magnificent temple tower. Amazing wind blow inside the tower. Everyone should experience the wind at least once in their life. In the middle of the busy market area of Tenkasi town, a calm and peaceful atmosphere prevails inside the Temple. Many families with children visit the temple. Clean environment and well-organized administration. One of the largest tower in t

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