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Sightseeing Places In And Around Chennai
Marina Beach is considered the second longest urban beach in the world although there exist in fact several longer beaches. If you are here in the morning, you can watch fishermen starting their day out on the sea. Evenings in Marina Beach are quite busy with people who are coming along with their families to have some entertainment.
Semmozhi Poonga is a botanical garden under the horticulture department of the govt. of Tamil Nadu. It is literally translated to "Classical Language Park". The garden is rich with some of the popular exotic flora and rare plant species, medicinal and aromatic herbs.
Pulicat Lake is a scenic destination, where the atmosphere is serene and you can have a completely relaxed day. Boat rides are very popular here and while at the boat, you are allowed to indulge in fishing. This is a great place for bird watching. At Nellapattu Bird Sanctuary located near Pulicat Lake, rare species of birds such as flamingoes, kingfishers, pelican, ibis and many more can be found and also the ruins of a 17th-century Danish fort.
Kapaleeswarar Temple is believed to be built during the 7th century by Pallava Kings, which is one of the oldest temples in the city. However, the architecture is not as old, as they seem to be around 400 years old. Hence, it is considered that Portuguese destroyed the original temple and the present construction belongs to the 16th century. The temple stands a classic example of the Dravidian style of sculpture and architecture.
At a distance of 57 km from Chennai is Mahabalipuram (also called Mamallapuram) a coastal resort town famous for its shore temples. The group of monuments at Mahabalipuram is founded by the Pallava kings, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a collection of 7th and 8th-century religious monuments. The Group of Monuments carries a unique display of primordial traditions and civilizations, which is an example of prehistoric architectural brilliance.
At Mahabalipuram, one can have a perfect stay in one of the beach resorts where you can relax, recuperate and relish nature. The calm and serene environment helps one to recover from a major surgical or medical treatment in a more natural way. While watching the waves, you can sip a coffee in the shade of the coconut grove, stroll, or just laze around in the tropical sun on the beach. Further, the beach resorts offer a perfectly relaxing spa experience which aids in de-stressing the body and the soul. Aromatherapy, deep tissue massage, Body scrubs etc are available right on the spot to make you feel tranquil and content.
Pondicherry is one of the most charming and mesmerizing places to visit in South India. It is also known as Puducherry and commonly referred as just Pondy, is often famously referred to as the French Riviera of the East. Located 170 km from Chennai Pondicherry is a little town tucked away on the south-east coastline of India and has retained all of its old-world French charms. The city comes close to giving you a very authentic feel of the French culture and allure, despite being miles away from France. Pondicherry is famous for its pristine beaches, colonial buildings, topped with authentic French cuisine, brightly painted houses with bougainvillea laden walls, streets and road signs boasting French names, Pondicherry has a lot to offer.
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Authored By Dr. Raj Kanna - Orthopaedic and Knee surgeon, Chennai