The British established Chennai, earlier known as Madras on 23rd April 1640 by raising a fort in Chennaipatnam, a village of fishermen.
Chennai is one of the most technologically advanced states in India.
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In spite of all the advancement, Chennai has been able to preserve the legacy of the past in the best possible manner.
Taste the authentic south Indian cuisine of masala dosas and idlis, indulge in best of silk saris and infer the expression of a Bharatnatyam dancer on tours to Chennai.
Chennai is the capital of Tamil Nadu.
Tours to Chennai begins with a visit it St. Fort George. Fort St. George marks the origin of the city of Chennai. A British heritage to the people of Chennai, the fort was named after St. George, the patron saint of England.
The first building built by the British in the city, it was known for the residence of Lord Clive. Now it housed the tallest Flag Tower in India, now there are offices of the Secretariat and the Legislative Assembly of Tamil Nadu. The Fort Museum displays an impressive collection of the British items.
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Chennai Tourism, Mariana Beach is acclaimed as the second longest city beach in the world. Come here to enjoy the vast expanse of sea, take a leisurely stroll on the sands or just sit and watch the swarm of people in joyful moods.
You may also visit the famous Anna Park and MGR Samadhi situated very near to this beautiful beach.
The Kapaleeswarar Temple, situated near Kutchery Road in Mylapore, is an ancient temple Dedicated to Lord Shiva.
Built in Dravidian style, the temple is built in Dravidian style with 37 m tall gopuram. The outer courtyard has several bronze statues.
State Museum of Madras is a very well kept museum. The relics from the stupas of Nagarjunikonda and Amravati might impress you.
You may also visit the Elliot's Beach, Santhome Cathedral, Guindy National Park, National Art Gallery, new Light House, Parthsarthy Temple, Snake Park, St. Mary's Church, Theosophical Society and the War Memorial on tours to Chennai.
How to Reach
By Air: Chennai Tourism, Chennai has Meenambakkam Airport with both national and international terminals connected with cities of India as well as abroad. It is located 17 km t0wards southwest from the city.
By Rail: The railway stations of Chennai are the Central and Egmore. The city is well connected by trains with all the major cities and towns in India.
By Road: Chennai has a very good network of roads with National Highways No. 4, 5 and 45 passing through the city.