Chennai, Tamilnadu

About Chennai

Chennai is the gateway of South India. Interesting facts about the face of the cultural capital of India. Apart from being the cultural city it is also a part of the intellectual and historic events in India. The Dravidian citizens remind us the flare they posses towards different dance forms, Architecture, Music and Fine arts. Chennai is one of the cradles for Carnatic music and film industry with multiple studios which make movie in languages like Tamil, Malayalam, Telugu, Kannada and Hindi. Who does love to spend their nice evening at the beach especially, the Marina beach which is the second largest beach in the World.

If you are planning to spend a sunny day at the zoo, try exploring more of the Vandalur Zoo which is one of the largest Zoo which is located in South Asia. The Birla Planetarium is one of the its kind built using the latest technology accompanied with a Periyar Science and Technology Museum that will grab attention from students. The Cancer institute established in the year 1920 is one of the oldest in India.

Chennai City Facts

Populations: 16 Million
State: Tamilnadu
Famous for/as: Beaches,Temples,Malls,It Hubs,Universities,Academic Colleges
Languages: Tamil,English
Opening Timings: 4 am to 1 am
Pin Code: 600001
STD Code: 044
Currency: Rupees
Best Season: Feb-June
Weather: tropical wet and dry climate,Summer 35 to 45c,winter 13 to 27c
Altitude: 6 m
Fun Facts: Have sea bath at Marina Beach,and taste different food at marina beach like sea food.Get Peace at Famous temples,Visit Crocodile Park and national zoo to get excite.

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This ancient temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva and the myth is Lord Rama paid his respects to the temple here before...
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This Basilica Cathedral is one of the 3 churches built on the tomb of Jesus Christ’s apostles. The church with its G...
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This natural urban beach is the largest of its kind in India and second largest in the world. It extends over 13 kil...
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Located adjacent to Marina beach, this beach is popularly known as ‘Bessei’ among the locals and named after the the...
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Established in 1855 by the Nawab of Carnatic, it is India’s first public zoo and was called as Madras Zoo. In 1976 t...
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Previously called as Egmore Museum, it is the second oldest museum (established in 1851) after the Indian Museum at ...
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Constructed in the Indo-Sarsenic architectural style using the red stones, this is one of the oldest art galleries o...
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It is a temple constructed during 1975 - 1976 by the then Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu M. Karunanidhi. A 39 meter...
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Whenever you think of a peaceful and calm beach, then this is the one worth visiting. Situated around 35 kilometers ...
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Madras Crocodile Bank Trust and Centre for Herpetology (MCBT), a non government organization established this park w...
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