Tired of the sweltering heat of Chennai? Let the Marina Beach be a sweet escape spot for you.
The magnificence of Valluvar Kottam can be best experienced early in the morning or when the sun is just setting.
This multi-domed mosque, which is a revered place of worship for Local Muslims, literally lights up the Royapettah area of Chennai.
With Ashtalakshmi Kovil in its vicinity, Elliot’s Beach is a famous place to visit with friends or family.
Literally translating to “a picture of the south”, DakshinaChitra is a living history museum in Chennai.
Constructed to worship the eight avatars of Goddess Lakshmi, the divine ambience of this temple is bound to leave you feeling relaxed.
Do you love artefacts? If you do, you will love the Government Museum of Chennai.
Head to Mylapore, which is regarded as the cultural hub of Chennai, boasting a history going back 1500 years!
If you are visiting Chennai with your family, make sure you bring your kids here too. We assure you that they will love every bit of this place!
Kapaleeswarar Temple is the best specimen of the Dravidian and Vijayanagara architecture making it look absolutely marvellous!
This is one of the four depository libraries of the country that house almost every literary work published in India.
The exotic species of plants that have been imported from all over the world make Semmozhi Poonga are an added feather in its cap of many!