Coimbatore Travel Info
Location : Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu
Area : 23.5 sq. km.
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Attractions : Perur Temple, Marudhamalai Temple, Agricultural University
Ideal Time to Visit : December to March.
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¤ Coimbatore, The Manchester of South India.
Coimbatore Travel Guide, the third largest city of Tamil Nadu.It is one of the most important industrial cities in Tamil Nadu.
This old city existed even prior to the 2nd century AD as the capital of a small tribal village.
Situated on the banks of the River Noyyal, Coimbatore is located in the rain shadow region of the Western ghats, providing a very pleasant climate, throughout the year.
The fresh breeze that flows in through the 25 km long Palakkad gap, refreshes your soul and mind on your travel vacations in Coimbatore.
The rich black soil of the region is a major reason for Coimbatore's flourishing agricultural industry.
Coimbator is famous for its textile industry and is also called the Manchester of the South The thriving growth of cotton has served as a foundation for the establishment of Coimbatore's textile industry.
Coimbatore is the gateway to the neighboring Kerala and the popular hill station of Udhagamandalam (Ooty). Attractions At Coimbatore
Coimbatore Travel Info, Coimbatore is snuggled near the Western Ghats and bestowed with a pleasant climate throughout the year.
One of the interesting tourist spots of South India, Coimbatore is rich in flora and fauna. Coimbatore's landscape is marked with glorious temples and is one of the loved places by tourists.
There many travel attractions, which pull tourists in good number. One of the attractions here is the Coimbatore Agriculture University. It is one of the most reputed institutes of its kind in South Asia. Since the city is a rich agricultural area, the university is a must visit. The VOC Park and Zoo, an amusement park, is named after the famous freedom fighter V. O. Chidambaram.
Another important attraction here is the Perur Temple, situated about 6 km from Coimbatore. It is one of the seven Kongu Sivalayams. The temple has shrines to the presiding deity Patteeswarar and his consort Pachainayaki. There are also some elegantly carved sculptures in the Kanagasabai hall. The Marudhamalai Temple is well-known temple of this area, located on a hillock about 12 km from Coimbatore Railway Station. This temple is dedicated to Lord Subramanya. There's also the Forest College, which is one of the oldest institutions of its kind in the country. It is situated 3.5 kms. north of the Railway Station.
Other travel attractions at Coimbatore, Travel Guide to Coimbatore are the Black Thunder, a water park located about 8 kms. from Mettupalayam - Ooty Ghat Road at the foot hills of Nilgiris. The Vaideki Water Falls, located 30 kms. from Coimbatore via. Narasipuram village, is a fine picnic spot for trekkers.