About Tamil Nadu
Tamil Nadu is the fourth largest state of India and is immersed in a classical civilization which is very much alive in its Tamil language, poetry, dance and Hindu religion. This state remains proudly distinct from remaining India as it offers its tourists splendid mansions across arid Chettinadu, great forests, Western-Ghats prowling with wildlife, major textile companies, and a well-developed infrastructure with an excellent road and rail network.
Places to visit in Tamil Nadu
Love South Indian Kingdoms? Chennai or “Detroit of India” is a forefront of all cultural, economic, social, commercial and industrial development in the south of India. It is also popular for parks, sandy beaches, and temples. Mahabalipuram is famous for its ancient and cultural heritage. The place is famous for its monuments (carved out of Granite) and is classified among the UNESCO world heritage sites. Kanyakumari sunrise and the sunset can be viewed at the same beach. The town lays at the confluence of three bodies of water, namely the Indian Ocean, the Arabian Sea and the Bay of Bengal and is thus considered an important pilgrimage site in the south of India.
The Meenakshi Ammam Temple complex at Madurai consists of 27 different temples and the highest tower with the height of 51.9 meters high crowns the place. Princess of the Hill stations or Kodaikanal is famous for its scenic beauty. Its lakes, parks and different waterfalls along with the rich abundance of flora and fauna are huge tourist attractions. Vellore or Fort city place has a lot of historic relevance as the fort of Vellore is said to have housed Tipu sultan’s family during the British Rule. Ooty or Ootacamund various lakes, mountains, gardens and valleys are amazing places to visit. Kanchipuram and its various temples that are built in the Dravidian style of architecture display’s amazing stone carvings.
Nightlife in Tamil Nadu
Dublin Night’s club offers a wide range of North Indian and Chinese cuisines in addition with drinks, Pasha’s luxurious lounge cushioned in true Persian style set the tourist’s mood and helps them to relax and enjoy, Zara’s Tapas Bar offers exotic ambience and range of beers, cocktails, and other drinks, Durant’s Bar live music, professional Dj’s will force you to dance, Star Rock is perfect for large group of family and friends, Chipstead Night Club let you taste classic malts and rare whiskeys, and Candy club has a dance floor with brilliant ambience and serves wide variety of Chinese and Continental dishes.
What to taste in Tamil Nadu?
The Irrttu Kadai Halwa found in Thirunelveli is quite popular Halwa made with ghee and stirred wheat berries, the natural aroma of the coffee roasted coffee beans is still intact and distinct in the kumbakkonam-degree filter coffee, Ambur Biryani has chicken, mutton and egg which everyone loves to taste, Kanchipuram is famous for its idlis which are not typically idly shaped, Nanjilnadu is known for its fish curry, Jigarthanda is a famous cooler that is found in many road-side shops around Tamil Nadu, Karaikudi Chettinadu dish is the spiciest cuisine in Tamil Nadu, Sengottai border parotta is famous because the top layer of the parotta looks like the saree border, and Pazhani’s Panchamrutham is the most famous like the Tirupati laddoo.
Hotels in Tamil Nadu
Park Hyatt Chennai, the Reagent Hill Side Villa & Resort, Bamboo Banks Farm Guest House, the Leela Palace Chennai, Radisson, etc. has been regarded some of the best hotels by tourists.
Best time to visit Tamil Nadu
Post monsoon in November, the climate of Tamil Nadu begins to get colder and remain cool till the end of March making it the best time to visit Tamil Nadu especially for sightseeing and temple tours.