Chennai Tourism “ A Gateway to South India,”

Chennai Tourism “ A Gateway to South India,”

Chennai, formerly known as Madras, is the capital city of Tamil Nadu and the most populous city in India. The city lies on the East Coast of India. Chennai is a global city and attracts people from all over the world. The city  known for its cultural heritage, traditional arts and architecture, vibrant culture, cosmopolitan ambience, and large expatriate population. Chennai is also  famous for its rich heritage in Carnatic music and classical dance. The cultural capital of Tamil Nadu, Chennai is among the busiest cities of India due to its prominence in trade, commerce and entertainment industry. Besides being the capital of Tamil Nadu, Chennai is a major financial center in Southern India. The city also known for its old world charm and relaxed lifestyle.
The city offers a world of experiences, from sightseeing to shopping. If you are planning a trip to Amritsar, the following guide will help you plan your trip.

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By Air : Chennai International Airport is around 25km from the city centre and 25 minutes by car. The airport has excellent connectivity to major destinations in India, as well as international destinations such as Colombo, Doha, Dubai and Singapore. Taxis are available outside the airport and can be arranged through your hotel. Travelling around the city  is easy with its excellent network of buses, taxis and trains.

By Train : The Chennai Central Railway Station is one of the most important railway stations in South India. It is around 15km away from the city centre. The station has daily trains to all major cities such as Mumbai, Kochi, Madurai, Hyderabad and Bangalore. Taxis can be hired at the station or ordered through your hotel.

By Bus : The Mofussil Bus Terminus is only 2km from the city centre. It has buses to every major city in Tamil Nadu, such as Coimbatore, Trichy and Salem. Auto rickshaws are available close to the bus station gate. You can also book an autorickshaw from the Mofussil Bus Terminus.

By Road : Chennai is one of the best cities in India, with a well laid-out road network and excellent connectivity to other cities and towns. If you’re coming in your own car or other private vehicle, you can easily head to Chennai from any of its neighbouring cities. The drive is scenic and enjoyable, passing through lush green countryside.

Chennai offers many shopping malls that have almost every type of shop under one roof. Some of the most popular shopping destinations include Spencer Plaza, Forum Vijaya Mall, Express Avenue and . As well as these top end malls there are many shops on Elliot’s Beach, along Anna Salai and in the famous GST Road (GST road is a very famous centre for shopping) selling traditional South Indian clothing and accessories.

The official language of Chennai is Tamil. English is widely spoken in the city and is widely understood by locals.

The city is known for its high literacy rate, and is often hailed as the “Literary Capital of India”. The city also has a large number of engineering colleges, which makes it a major education hub for the area. Its famous the Kalakshetra educational institution is renowned for Indian dance and music. The city is also known for its architecture, which combined ancient Hindu temples with modern buildings.


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