Address: Marina Beach, Tamil Nadu.
Probably this would be the first thing you can enjoy in Chennai especially in evenings. This is the longest beach in India as well as second longest beach in the World. The popular activities you can enjoy here includes sunset watching, horse-back riding, kite flying, pony riding and ofcourse you will get some of the best sea food dishes from here.
Address: Vinayaka Nagar Colony, Mylapore, Chennai, Tamil Nadu 600004, India.
This is a 7th century temple built by Pallava Kings and surprises you with its amazing architecture. This is located at the Mylapore, Chennai, is the oldest temple in Chennai. The architecture was used here is Dravidian and it has cultural and historical importance in the minds of natives.
Address: Fort St George, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India.
This is called as White Town or Rippon building, attracts visitors with its neo-classical style of architecture with the blend of Ionic, and Gothic styles. Currently this is the seat of Chennai Secretariat, with decorative halls, corridor works etc shows the brilliant architectural background. This building is rectangular in shape and attractive clock tower it has called Westminster Chiming Clock.
Address: Gandhi Mandapam Rd, Duraisamy Nagar, Kotturpuram, Chennai, Tamil Nadu 600025, India.
If you want to watch the starts, take a visit to Birla planetarium. This is a favourite destination for science lovers and lot of educational programmes are undertaking. You can understand more about our Universe, solar system etc from here. You can also find a Defence Research and Development Organisation wing with the exhibits of missiles, machine guns, naval systems etc.
Address: Covelong, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India.
This is another popular family beach in Chennai. This is a land of water sports actiivties like sunbathing, swimming, kayaking, wind surfing, boating etc. There is a small handicraft village you can visit near the beach called Dakshinchitra.
Address: Government Maternity Hospital, Pantheon Rd, Egmore, Chennai, Tamil Nadu 600008, India.
This is a must visit attraction in Chennai. This is the second oldest museums in India. This museum spreads around 16 acres and a favourite destination for archaeological lovers. There are 46 galleries where you can understand the human history and culture very well. It was established in 1851 and numismatic collections are very popular in this Museum.
Address: NH-4, Near Queensland Theme Park, Kevlur Road Tandalam, Sriperumbudur, Chennai, Tamil Nadu 602105, India.
Often called as Mini Rajasthan, a popular visitor attraction in Chennai. This is a Rajasthani themed Park located at Southern Chennai. You may feel like that you have reached in Rajasthan sometimes. The number of activities you can enjoy here are typical Rajasthani foods, massages, boating, animal rides, and to roam around the park itself would be a visual treat for visitors.
Address: 58, Mudichur Rd, Lakshmipuram Extension, Tambaram, Chennai, Tamil Nadu 600045, India.
Your Chennai trip won?t complete without tasting the typical dishes of Tamilnadu. The South Indian foods are very popular across the World, especially Tamilnadu style vegetarian dishes. Some of the best items you can try from here are Idly, Pongal, Vada, Paniyaram, Dosa, Uthappam, Thairu Sadam, rasam etc.
Address: Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India.
This is the second largest saline water lake in India. This area is rich in flora and fauna and a popular bird watching destination in Chennai is Pulicat Lake Bird Sanctuary. This is located in the boarder of Tamilnadu and Andhra Pradesh, located 60kms north of Chennai. This is a paradise for Ornithologists.
Address: 2nd St, Oggiyamduraipakkam, Tamil Nadu 600097, India.
This is a UNESCO World heritage site situated near Chennai. You can find nearly 400 monuments temples related to Hindu religion and which was constructed during the Kingdom of Pallava. The town here was known as ?Seven Pagodas? because of the seven towers of temples.