4 Top Places to Experience Chennai & Its Cultures

Chennai, also known as India's health capital, is a growing metropolitan city in India. Chennai is home to many historic temples that attract tourists from all over the world. With its beautiful beaches, divine shrines and amazing tourist spots, Chennai is one of the most popular cities in the country.

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The Turtle Walk

Chennai has always been famous for its beaches. This Chennai coast is the breeding ground of the endangered Olive Ridley turtle. Large numbers of turtles come ashore during nesting season each year to lay their eggs. The students of SSRCN are helping out to ensure the survival of the hatchlings. Anyone can participate in the walk to save these hatchlings. The walks happen on Friday and Saturday from Neelangarai beach to Besant Nagar beach starting from 11 pm. This is definitely worth a visit when you stay at our hotel in Chennai.

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T. Nagar

Thyagaraya Nagar is one of the busiest places in Chennai. This area is famous for its budget rates on everything. Saris, gold, clothes, jewellery, bags and so much more, this place is a dream come true for shopping enthusiasts. Eateries that serve scrumptious local food that is just yum. Tourists visit the place to shop and enjoy the culture and cuisine of Chennai.
 
Shop till you drop at T.Nagar, Chennai!

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Fort Saint George

 
Built in 1653, Fort Saint George is a legacy of the British East India Company. It is home to one of the oldest structure built by the British, the Saint Mary's Church and the Fort Museum which displays various relics, military memorabilia, paintings and artefacts from the colonial period. This place is filled with knowledge and history. This place is definitely one of the famous tourist spots in Chennai.
 

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Mylapore

 
Mylapore is one of the oldest residential areas of Chennai. This area is also referred to as the soul of the city. Mylapore is full of culture and you will find many places of worship here. There are many places in this part of the city you can visit like the 17th-century Kapaleeshwarar Temple dedicated to Lord Shiva, the neo-Gothic style San Thome Cathedral which was built but the Portuguese and the Ramakrishna Mutt. The annual Mylapore Festival is held in January, just before Pongal.