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About Chennai
Chennai is a gracious city that has a clear skyline, long sandy beaches, parks, historic landmarks and tourist facilities which make it a convenient entry point or base to start your tour of Tamil Nadu and South India. There are also several ancient temples around the city, and within the city itself are two magnificent temples - a temple in Triplicane and another in Mylapore. The city is a leading commercial and industrial center in India, and has a diverse cultural heritage. Chennai is a major centre for music, art and culture in India. The city is known for its classical dance shows and Hindu temples.
Chennai Beach
Every December, Chennai holds a five-week long Music Season celebrating the 1927 opening of the Madras Music Academy.
Crocodile Bank
The Crocodile Conservation Center that is considered the largest croc-breeding site in India is the main attraction of the Crocodile Bank in Chennai. Crocodile Bank plays an important role in spreading awareness that crocodiles play an ecological role in feeding on the weak and sick fishes.
Valluvar Kottam

Valluvar Kottam comprises of a massive auditorium that is large enough to accommodate up to 4000 people at a time. Valluvar Kottam is constructed on a land that was filled with the city’s garbage and debris in Chennai. Eliminating the pillar support, the auditorium in Valluvar Kottam was built with grid type roofing.

Anna Zoological Park
Known as one of the biggest zoological parks in South East Asia, Anna Zoological Park is a house to more than 170 species of mammals, reptiles and birds. Watch around 47 mammal species, 63 bird species, 31 reptile species, 5 amphibian species, 25 fish species and 10 insect species at none other than the Anna Zoological Park in Chennai.
Birla Planetarium
The main attraction of Birla Planetarium includes the sophisticated and versatile GM II projector. Get to see the most inspiring heavenly phenomena on the aluminum inner dome of the special effects projector at none other than the Birla Planetarium in Chennai.
Marina Beach
Marina Beach is the most famous beach of Tamil Nadu. It is situated in the city of Chennai and is considered to be one of the largest beaches in India and the world over. The beach stretches over a distance of 12 km and has a considerably large width.
Elliot's Beach
Elliot's Beach is one of the cleanest beaches in the city of Chennai. It is located towards the south of Marina Beach and is an extremely calm and tranquil place. The beach is known as 'Bessei' amongst the locals.
Covelong Beach
Covelong Beach is one of the finest beaches on the coast of Coromandel. It is located at a distance of 40 km from Chennai. The beach is situated amidst picturesque locals and serves as the perfect retreat, away from the hum drum of the city life.
Thousand Lights Mosque
Thousand Lights Mosque is a well-known worship place for the Muslims in the Chennai city of Tamil Nadu. It is situated at the Anna Salai Road in the city. The mosque is popular for a number of reasons, such as its name, its architecture and its historical and religious importance.
War Memorials
A visit to the War Memorials of Chennai is the best way to discover the heroic past of India. The memorials are dedicated to those soldiers who laid their lives for the welfare of the nation as well as those who died as martyrs, serving their nation.
How to Reach Chennai
Chennai is one of the four metropolitan cities of India and therefore has a strong transport network. This solves your query of how to reach Chennai. It has a good network of roads and railways, which will take you to the largest city of Tamil Nadu.
By Air:Chennai has an international airport which is located at a distance of 7 km from the main city. The airport caters to al the domestic and international passengers coming to the city. There are a number of domestic flights to and from Chennai which connects it to all the major cities within the country.
By Train: Primarily, Chennai has two railway stations, Chennai Cenral and Egmore Station. Chennai Central is the bigger one of the two and runs on broad gauge, connecting with all the major cities and towns of India such as New Delhi, Mumbai, Calcutta, Cochin, Thiruvananthapuram, Hyderabad, Bangalore, Coimbatore, Lucknow, Guwahati.
By Road:Chennai is also well connected via road. It is linked with all the important places in Tamil Nadu as well as India with the help of a good network of roads. There are even government bus services which operate within Tamil Nadu and other states. These buses operate from Chennai Mofussil Bus Terminal at Jawaharlal Nehru Salai, Koyembedu. It is considered to be the largest bus station in entire Asia.
By Sea: A cruise is one of the most adventurous ways of getting to Madras. A passenger service connects Chennai with Port Blair in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands.
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