Tamil Nadu is the most preferred tourist destination by both Indian and International tourists. It has got lots of places of historical, cultural and architectural significance. The capital city of Tamil Nadu is Chennai. Tourism in Tamil Nadu is promoted by Ministry of Tourism by the sate government with a logo “enchanting tamilnadu-experience yourself”. Ttdc promotes tourism in the sate by arranging various functions and events. Chennai is the largest city of tamilandu and the only place in India to be listed in “52 places to go around the world” by “The New York Times”. Marina beach in chennai is the second largest beach in the world.
Chennai is also famous for Kabaleeswarar temple at Mylapore and Parthasarathy temple at Triplicane. Arignar anna zoological park (also known as vandalur zoo) is one of the largest zoological park in Asia which houses more than 1500 wild species including many endangered species. Chennai also has a crocodile park and children park.
The city of Mahabalipuram is famous for having a full of life history and culture. For this reason it has been classified as a World History Site by UNESCO. Once a growing and successful sea port in the 7th century AD, the city is most popular now for its monuments which are all carved from (very hard rock) using Dravidian ways of doing things. Due to its small size, the city can be went through by biking or on foot. You can get a handle on the rich history behind the town and its temples and carvings by hiring a full of knowledge tour guide.
Kanyakumari is the southernmost tip of India which offers a (like nothing else in the world) (place to clearly see things) from which you can watch/ notice/ celebrate/ obey both the sunrise and the sunset. It has an interesting location, at the point where the Arabian Sea, Indian Ocean and the Bay of Bengal meet. The town is popular for its monuments, beautiful beaches, cultural centers, temples, a clear/separate culture and hospitality. The religious and cultural buildings were built in true Dravidian (related to the beautiful design and construction of buildings, etc.) which is a treat for art and history fans. You should also explore the food of Kanyakumari which is composed of tasty yet healthy Indian dishes such as Idli, Dosa and Sambhar.
The town of Vellore is also known as Fort City and can be found on the banks of the river Palar in the North east of Tamil Nadu. The fort from which it gets its name was built in the 16th century using (very hard rock). The complex houses (more than two, but not a lot of) religious buildings which include a Christian church, a Hindu Temple and a Mosque. The fort is (very important in history) for having been the home of the family of Tipu Sultan during the time of the British. All the buildings are (in a detailed way) carved and built using Dravidian (related to the beautiful design and construction of buildings, etc.). Among the attractions are a hill station and (more than two, but not a lot of) shopping hotspots.
One of the best tourist places in Tamil Nadu is Ooty. Ooty is one of the most popular hill stations in India. It has an average elevation of 2,240 meters and lies in the middle of the Nilgiris Mountains. It brings one in mind of Switzerland. The area‘s main attractions include hiking, climbing and picnicking in the eucalyptus forests, lakes, mountains, valleys and gardens. Visitors may be able to catch a short look of the rare kurunji flower. Despite being in a (related to areas near the Equator/hot and humid) location, the climate in the area is generally mild, although the nights are surprisingly chilly.
Tirunelveli is one of the many very old cities in Tamil Nadu and is the second most visited places in the area. The river Tamirabarani runs through the city which adds to its job. Its temples are the most outstanding features which help to make it a religious center. They were built during the (very old time in history) period ad feature decorated carvings and (related to the beautiful design and construction of buildings, etc.). Tirunelveli is rich in (valuable things from nature) which are related to its rivers, forests, mountain ranges and sea coasts. There are many popular and up until now undiscovered wonders in the city which make it a great place to visit.
Mammallapuram Beach is popularly called the best beach on the Indian east coast. It is located south of Chennai and is popular with tourists as well as locals. Many travelers (on foot, with a backpack) come here to enjoy the sand and the sea. It is also a favorite spot for tourists staying at the nearby resorts. Handcrafts done in stone are popular in the area and visitors have many options to buy these items from shops and stalls along the beach.
Tiruvannamalai is a holy mountain which is believed to possess special (related to religion or the soul) energy. It has been said to be the most silent place in the world because of its ability to put the mind at ease and bring peacefulness. Hindus believe it to be a representation of Lord Shiva. The mountain is popular with those who are in search of (related to religion or the soul) understanding and travelers (to holy places). More visitors move (in large numbers) to Tiruvannamalai during the full moon as well as in November when the Karthigai Deepam special celebration (with fun events) is held.
Kanchipuram is popularly thought of as being a part of the Tamil Nadu Golden Triangle. It is often referred to as the “City of a Thousand Temples” for the many such structures which it once bragged since it had the honor of being the capital of the Pallava (period of time with the same powerful family rulers). Now only 100 temples remain which are still amazing and interesting for their architectural style and religious (many different kinds of people or things). You will find temples dedicated to Shiva and Vishnu, created and high-quality by different rulers. The area is also famous for the production of beautiful silk saris which can be bought from (more than two, but not a lot of) workers (who makes beautiful things) as (small, inexpensive objects that are reminders of visiting a place).
Rameshwaram is a peaceful and silent town which is most famous for its (related to religion or the soul) importance. It receives many visits from travelers (to holy places) who come here to experience cleaning pujas, visit the Ramanathaswamy Temple or to wash in its holy waters. Getting to the town is quite an experience within itself in either of two options; by train or other vehicles. These must travel along two long bridges which connect to the mainland. Visitors may also want to trip/business to the deserted remains of Dhanuskodi which is a close being close to town. This remote area was destroyed in 1964 by cyclone.