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Tamilnadu Tourism

From impressive temples to striking beaches, exotic wildlife and picturesque hill stations, the state of Tamil Nadu has it all.

Once you visit this enthralling state of Tamil Nadu, you realize that this is undoubtedly the escape every traveler is seeking. As you travel through the state, you experience the mesmerizing bounties of this beautiful land at your own pace and convenience.  The vistas of this place will make you revisit the place. Tamil Nadu is admired for maintaining its untouched natural beauty.

Chennai, which is the hub to the IT industry, including auto mobile, software services, hardware manufacturing, financial services, petrochemicals and textiles, is also the gateway to Tamil Nadu. Chennai (earlier called Madras) is a modern city yet wrapped in traditions. The primary language of the city is Tamil. English is also spoken by people who are into business and education.

Witness the best of Tamil Nadu during the months of December, when the state comes alive with its melodious Carnatic music concerts and classical dance performances organized at different places. There are various Tourist Fairs organized during the month of January, which exhibit all the attractive places in Tamil Nadu, its culture, heritage and economy.

Dance festival at Mamallapuram serves as a unique opportunity to enjoy the flamboyant dance forms like Kathakali, Bharatanatyam and Kuchipudi under one roof. Pongal, the four-day harvest festival, is the most famous festival of Tamil Nadu, and is celebrated with great enthusiasm.
If art or classical music is not something you are looking for, then there is more that the state has for you. From traditional South Indian food to impressive silk sarees, from ancient historical monuments to relaxing beaches, National Parks, etc, Tamil Nadu has more than something for every need.

Talk about the major attractions of Tamil Nadu, there is Marina Beach in Chennai which is the second largest beach in the world.
There is something for the fine art lovers as well - The Government Museum of Chennai, which has 6 galleries displaying the rich heritage of the state of Tamil Nadu.
Hogenakkal is one of the best waterfalls and one of the wonderful tourist places to visit near Bangalore & Chennai. When the River Kaveri enters the Tamil Nadu border after winding its way through the state of Karnataka, it descends down the lofty landscape forming the Hogenakkal Waterfalls.
If hills stations are your go to choices every time you visit a place, then you might want to visit Ooty. Also known as Udhagamandalam, Ooty is often referred to as 'Queen of hill stations'. It is the capital of Nilgiris district in the state of Tamil Nadu.

This information might be of interest to those who want to rekindle their religious side, that there are over 30,000 temples in Tamil Nadu. If fueling your spiritual side is what you are here for then Kapileshwar Temple located in Mylapore, Chennai dedicated to Lord Shiva is one place you shouldn’t miss out on. The temple is a treat to the eyes and your soul.
Mahabalipuram is another most visited places, and is also a major historical / heritage site in Tamil Nadu and one of the best places to experience Tamil Nadu Tourism..

San Thome Cathedral of Chennai built by the Portuguese is famous for its wood and glass paintings, and another must visit spot.
The state also has something for the shoppers. Look through its famous markets for exclusive items like brass, stone, wood and ivory carvings, leather bags and shoes, mats, metal work, paintings, silk sarees and traditional jewellery.

Best Time to visit Tamil Nadu is between October to March, as the weather during this period is quite pleasant.

There are many hotels and resorts available that offers a comfortable stay in Tamil Nadu. From five-star to three stars, all kinds of hotels are available depending on your requirement.

Air - Tamil Nadu has an International Airport near Chennai, which serves as the most convenient entry point for Tamil Nadu.
By Train - The main Railway Station in Tamil Nadu is in Chennai. Many important trains connect Chennai to other major Railway Stations in the country.
By Road - An extensive network of roadways covers Tamil Nadu. A number of national highways and state highways crisscross the land. Tamil Nadu State Transport Corporation (TNSTC) buses run throughout the state and connect it to the neighbouring cities and states.

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