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Tourist Attraction in Chennai

Chennai, as a tourist destination has something for everyone. The city has rich natural beauty and historical places and religious centres.


Beaches: The beaches of Chennai are beautiful but not suitable for swimming due to the under currents along the shore line. The main beaches are marina Beach, Edward Elliot's Beach, Breezy Beach and Covelong.

Religious: There are several places of worship for Hindus, Muslims and Christians. Some of the prominent ones are Basilica of the National Shrine of St.Thomas, St. Mary's Church, Big Mosque, Kapaleeswarar Temple and Sri Ramakrishna Math- Universal Temple.

Monuments: Fort St. George, located on the shore of Bay of Bengal, was the place around which Chennai was established.

Parks: Chennai has some beautiful parks where tourists can visit. These are Arinjar Anna Zoological Park, Guindy National Park, Guindy Snake Park and Pallikaranai wetland.

Museums and Art Galleries: Government Museum, National Art Gallery and Birla Planetarium are some places for people interested in history and arts.


    The Marina beach located in Chennai is spread across an area of thirteen kms. The great marina beach is known to be the second largest beach in the wo...

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    The High Court of Madras is one of the three courts set up in India during the reign of the Queen Victoria. These important buildings have deliberatel...

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    It is India's No. 1 Theme Park located about 28 Kms. south of Chennai at Tambaram. The attractions represent a wonderful blend of tomorrow's technolog...

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    The snake park is located in the area that surrounds the Raj Bhawan i.e. the residence of Governor of Tamil Nadu. The park was founded by Romulus Whit...

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    General information Date of Establishment- 1976. Area covered- 3.2hectares. Location- The crocodile bank is located around 42kms from the city of Chen...

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    It was originally just a warehouse with a stockade around it. But the establishing of Fort St George in 1639, for all practical purposes, marks the bi...

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    This ancient Siva temple, situated at Mylapore is little more that 350 years old and is considered by Hindus to be one of the most sacred Hindu, sites...

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    Parthasarathy Temple situated at Triplicane is one of the two famous and ancient shrines in Chennai. The temple is said to have existed 1200 years ago...

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    Vgp golden beach is thirty kms away from Chennai. It is a family beach resort cum amusement park having a lot of entertaining games for children. The ...

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    Elliots beach is situated in Besant nagar (Chennai) and is a favorite destination for those in pursuit of neat and clean atmosphere. To reach here, yo...

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    One of the most beautiful of the more modern British constructions in Madras is Ripon Building, home of the Madras Corporation. This splendid domed vi...

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    Vivekanandar Illam was originally known as Ice House. After being Christianized in the year 1963, the Ice House came to be known as Vivekananda Illam....

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    Dash-N-Splash is an exclusive water park spread over 21 acres of land in the Mevallur Kuppam Village. The park has surplus of water pools and shaded a...

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    Built in mid-1800 in the land donated by Nawab Wallajah, On Mount Road, this mosque has two tall minarets and a separate place of worship for women. T...

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    The Guindy National Park forms one of the main attractions for people coming to Chennai for vacations. The National Park is an amazing picnic spot for...

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    Jain Mandir is one of the most important Jain mandirs in the city. It is the first Jain temple in South India with 3 Gopurams and 5 doors; it has marb...

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    The ancient Kandaswamy temple at Cheyur near Madurantakam, Kanchipuram district, dates back to the 11th century. From the road one can only see the Ra...

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    Situated at Vandalur, in the outskirts of Chennai, the Anna zoological park is one of the modern zoos of India and the biggest in South East Asia. The...

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    This temple, dedicated to Lord Krishna, was built in the 8th century AD under the patronage of the Pallavas, housing the idols of the five avataras of...

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    Adjacent to the Fort St. George on the south is the War Memorial, which housed the coastal battery and was formerly called 'Cupid's Bow. The Memorial ...

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    Big Mosque is a Wallajah Mosque built in 1795 this mosque is one of the most attractive ones in chennai. The mosque located in triplicane high road a...

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    Vedanthangal is one of the largest bird sanctuaries in India. It is a marshy park with a lake in which over 1,00,000 migratory birds make their home e...

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    Address: 24, Santhome High Road, Mylapore City: Chennai State: Tamil Nadu Location: South India Year of Construction: 1812 AD Type of Constr...

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    The Valluvar Kottam established in 1976, on the corner of Kodambakkam High Road and Village Road, honors the acclaimed Tamil Poet, Thiruvalluvar, whos...

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    The small hillock is believed to be the place where his assassins killed the apostle. The paintings of "The Holy Lady and The Child" in the church and...

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    Madras is also the fountainhead of the theosophical movement, which spread worldwide. The Theosophical Society is located along the Adyar River. Disco...

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    This is the oldest Anglican Church in Asia. The imposing white edifice was consecrated in 1679 AD; and continues to be an important place of worship. ...

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    The National Art Gallery at Pantheon Road (Egmore) houses a vast collection of rare paintings from the Chola period. It has a plethora of paintings da...

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    Just opposite to Anna Square is Madras University, whose ground and buildings are examples of the Indo-lslamic style of architecture. The 'Senate Hous...

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    Covelong Beach (Fisherman's Cove), quiet and far away from the distractions of the city lies close to Mahabalipuram, famous for its unique 7th century...

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    Created by the Tamil Nadu government it is a recently built place, especially for the thriving film industry in Chennai. It has many film studios and ...

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    Situated on Sardar Patel Road in Chennai, the park has a large number of antelopes, jackals, spotted deers and different kinds of monkeys. The main at...

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    This modern planetarium houses a fully computerized projector to depict the skies. It is situated at Kotturpuram in the city and presents audio-visual...

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    Belongs to the Presbyterian background from the Church of Scotland, nurtured by the Calvinistic division of the early Protestant Church formed after t...

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    Palaniandavar Temple dedicated to Lord Subramanya worshipped, as Pazhani Andavar is located in Vadalapani, northern part Chennai. A picture of Lord Su...

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    Fort St David was a British fort near the town of Cuddalore, a hundred miles south of Madras on the Coromandel Coast of India. It was bought from the ...

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    Gingee Fort counts amongst the few forts that are still in existence in Tamil Nadu. It is situated in the Villupuram district, which is situated at a ...

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    Pulicat Lake, an ecologically fragile salt-water lagoon, about 60-km north of Chennai, is the second largest lagoon in India. It is situated on the ro...

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    Fort St. George, on Rajaji Salai, is presently used as the offices of the Tamilnadu Secretariat and the Legislative Assembly. Today, it is the commerc...

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