Tamilnadu, with its typical ancient Dravidian culture, is an attractive part of South India. The state draws tourists and pilgrims like their huge, complex temples. Beach and hill stations are also popular destinations. Because of its culture, Tamil Nadu is a hassle-free destination especially for women especially traveling to. Enjoy these top tourist attractions in Tamil Nadu.
1 Chennai – Chennai, the capital of Tamil Nadu, is known as the gateway to South India. It is a huge and busy, yet conservative, deep traditions and culture cities, which are not yet giving way to rising foreign influence. The main attractions of the city are beaches, temples, museums and galleries, old Portuguese-style churches and amusement parks.
2 Kanchipuram- Popularly known as “City of Thousand Temples”, Kanchipuram is not only famous for its distinctive silk sarees, it is about once a kilometer from Chennai, the capital of the Pallava dynasty, located in Bangalore on the main road. Today, there are only 100 or so temples, many of which are with unique architectural beauty.
The diversity of temples is particularly notable. Both Shiva and Vishnu temples were built by various rulers (Chola, Vijayanagara King, Muslim and British ruled on this part of Tamil Nadu), each who refined the design. Kanchipuram, Mamallapuram and Chennai are often known as the Golden Triangle of Tamil Nadu for tourists.
3 Mahabalipuram – In about an hour in the south of Chennai, you will find the best beach on the eastern shore – Mahabalipuram (also called Mamalpuram). The beach has a thriving backpacker view, but it is also popular for tourists who come to rest in the resorts there.This stone sculpture is for the industry and it is a great place to shop for these items. Other attractions are the Shor Mandir, the five chariots (the sculpture temple in the shape of the chariot), and the penance of Arjuna (a huge carving on the face of a rock while depicting the scenes of the Mahabharata).
4 Pondicherry – Pondicherry, a separate union territory at the eastern cost of Tamil Nadu, is not really the place that you will find in India. It was a former French colony of the 18th century, and still maintains a distinctive French flavor. Those who feel the need for a break from India, they will enjoy the taste and comfort of the French culture there.
5 Tanjore (Thanjavur)- Chol built more than 70 temples in Thanjavur, the most notable of which is a Brihadheshwar temple (known as the big temple). It was a wonderful sight to see that the entire stone was constructed outside, its dome increased to more than 60 meters. The other main attraction in Thanjavur is the poorly maintained Royal Palace. On this attraction is the roof of the Palace Darbar Hall painted on the palace. The city is also famous for its stunning Tanjore paintings, enriched with gold
6 Madurai– The ancient Madurai in Tamil Nadu is the most influential and important temple in South India – Meenakshi Temple. If you see only a South Indian temple, then Meenakshi Temple should be there. Madurai city is more than 4,000 years old, and has been a major center for Tamil culture and education. During the upliftment of its history, when the Nānak dynasty was ruled, buildings with many magnificent temples and magnificent architecture were constructed. The 12-day Chitrarii festival, in which the reincarnated celestial marriage of God and Goddess is held, is held every year in April during Madurai.
7 Kanyakumari- Kanyakumari is situated on the biggest edge of India, where the Bay of Bengal merged with the Arabian Sea and the Indian Ocean. The grand character of this spiritual city is a huge statue of Swami Vivekananda Memorial and Tamil poet Thiruvalluvar, which is situated on a rocky island from the coast. In 1892, Swamy meditated before considering his religious crusade. Kanyakumari is also home to a striking Gandhi memorial, in which there is an architecture of Orissa temple. If you visit Kanyakumari on the full moon night in April, you can be seen in the magical way of the sun and the moon is growing simultaneously on the ocean. This is one of the best places to visit southwest monsoon in India, at the end of May every year.
8 Ooty- In the early 19th century, the British Government established the summer headquarters of the Chennai Government, Ooty is now a pleasant place to escape the heat of summer. If you go there during the peak season in April and May, then be prepared for the crowd for it! The most popular attraction of Ooty is the 22 hectare Government Botanical Gardens (a flower show is organized as part of every Summer Summer Festival), sailing on Ooty Lake, and the Dodbeta peak for excellent views of the Nilgiri Hills.To get to Ooty, take beautiful toy train from Metropolitan.
9- Rameshwaram – Rameshwaram is a peaceful small pilgrim city, which is brought to life through the constant stream of people coming to bath in his holy water, is worshiped to purify his karma and travels to the Ramnathswami temple. Approach to Rameswaram connects the main land with two long bridges (one for the train and for other vehicles).The ruins of Dhanusakudi, a city destroyed by cyclone in 1964, are not far from Rameswaram, they are very frightening in their isolation. As far as you can get about the bridge of Adam, this series of rocks and sandboxes connects India with Sri Lanka almost 30 kilometers away.
10 Chettinad- The Chettinad region of Tamil Nadu is situated on a 2-hour drive from its old houses (some of which are open to the public) and famous for the vivid curry, Madurai and Tanjore. It can be traced on a day trip or staying in a heritage that has changed in the hotel! Bungalow is a luxurious house located in the heart of Chettinad in Karaikudi. One attraction is food. Seven courses are served on a banana leaf. Cooking classes and special packages are also provided for local dishes.