Chennai, the capital city of the Indian state of Tamil Nadu, located on the Coromandel Coast of the Bay of Bengal. It is the biggest industrial and commercial center in South India, and is a major cultural, economic and educational center. It is the sixth-largest city and fourth -most populous metropolitan area in the country and is the secondary financial hub in the country.Chennai, the capital city of the Indian state of Tamil Nadu, located on the Coromandel Coast of the Bay of Bengal. It is the biggest industrial and commercial center in South India, and is a major cultural, economic and educational center. It is the sixth-largest city and fourth -most populous metropolitan area in the country and is the secondary financial hub in the country.
Marina Beach: Marina Beach is naturally the instant choice for everyone who visits Chennai. This is the second longest beach in the world with large expanse of silver sand allowing you to walk along the seashore. Sunrise and Sunset views are picturesque which makes the perfect setting for a lovely breakfast or romantic dinner.
Semmozhi Poonga : Semmozhi Poonga offers a great escapade from the scorching sun and it is a visual delight .Located at the center of the city offering you a scenic view.
Arignar Anna Zoological Park: Arignar Anna Zoological is the first ever zoo of India. The zoo was established in the year 1855. The zoo was initially in the Moor market from where it was shifted to Vandular in 1976. The massive 510 -hectare zoo houses over 170 species of wildlife. Some of the wildlife found here includes Tiger, Hyena, Lion, Panther, Elephants and many more.
Pulicat Lake: Pulicat Lake is a 'must visit ' place if you are in Chennai. It is located on the border of Tamil Nadu. The atmosphere is serene and you can have a relaxed day. Boat rides are very popular here along with the sight and chirping of various species of birds.
Kapaleeswarar Temple: Kapaleeswarar Temple is one of the oldest temples in the city. Going by the songs by Nayanmars, it is believed that Kapaleeswarar Temple was built during the 7th century by Pallava kings . The temple stands a classic example of the Dravidian style of sculpture and architecture.
Chennai International Airport is 7 kilometers away from the Chennai city. This is third business airport in India. Kamaraj Terminal which is at a distance of 150 meters from the Anna terminal; has domestic flights connecting Chennai with major Indian cities.
City is well connected with other cities in India with a decent road network. Various National Highways from Chennai connect with Bengaluru,Trichy, Puducherry and Tiruvallar. There are also various buses operating from other cities to Chennai.
Chennai central and Chennai Egmore are the main railway stations of the city receiving regular trains from various major cities of India such as Delhi,Bengaluru, Hyderabad and Kolkata e.t.c
Chennai is nestled on the South east coast of India and roles in the tropical zone. Winter season that is from November to February, is the best time to visit Chennai; when one can rejuvenate. The weather in Chennai at this time copes to fulfill a joyous and merriment moment amongst the tourists and residents alike. 'Chennai' city welcomes you to make your stay memorable.