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Chennai

Must Visit : Tirupati, Covelong, Fort Museum, Sri Parthasarathi Temple

It is one of the four metropolitan cities of India and is the capital of Tamilnadu. This state is famous for its beach, temples, fabrics, monuments, Carnatic music, classical dances, and food. It’s an ancient city known for its culture, trade and architecture. Chennai have its mark during the colonial times of British and French. It’s a small Asia where you can witness different kinds of people, cultures, and traditions.

Climate

Summer (March to May)

  • Climate is really hot
  • The temperature goes up to 40°C in day and 35°C in night

Monsoon (June to August)

  • Heavy rainfall and wind

Winter (December to February)

  • Climate is cool
  • The temperature ranges between 20°C to 25°C

Best time to visit is between November and March

Connectivity

By air Chennai International Airport (MAA) – 7 kms away from the city

By rail There are two railway stations in Chennai

  • Chennai Central (MAS)
  • Chennai Egmore (MS)
Almost all the cities have trains to reach Chennai.

By road Most of the national highways connect Chennai.
Cities nearby Bangalore – 330 km    Trichy – 326 Km    Pondicherry – 162 Km


Place of visit

Marina Beach

  • Stretches up to 13 km
  • It is the second longest beach in Asia
  • It has monuments of MG Ramachandran and Anadurai

Government Mueseum

  • The second oldest museum in India
  • India’s history, art, culture, tradition and large collection of Roman antiques are preserved here

Valluvar Kottam Temple

  • The temple is dedicated to Saint Thiruvalluvar
  • Has all the collection of his works to Tamil arts

Sri Parthasarathy Temple

  • Dedicated to Lord Venkat Krishna and is located at Triplicane
  • The splendid feature of the temple is the colored Gopuram

Fort St. George

  • It is built by the British
  • Antiques, artifacts and document gallery are kept here