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Benzz Park is located in the beautiful city of Chennai in Tamilnadu here are a few tourist attractions you might want to visit when you are in chennai.

The site of former Indian, Portuguese and Dutch settlements, today’s Chennai was established by the British in the 17th century as a trading port. This colonial town, formerly known as Madras, has since grown into India’s fourth-largest city and the capital of the Indian state of Tamil Nadu.

Home to a colonial fort and an array of beautiful temples, monuments and churches, water sports and amusement parks, street markets and shopping centers, fine dining and luxury hotels, as well as one of the longest sandy beaches in the world. This bustling and colorful Indian city is bound to have something on offer for everyone!

  • Elliot's Beach is known as Besant Nagar Beach, it is situated at Besant Nagar.

    The Elliot's Beach near Chennai is a well known destination for people who seek relief from the crowded metropolitan life of the Chennai.

    Here you can have sun bath, play with sand and enjoy with your loved one's.

    Elliot’s Beach

    Sunbath, Sand & more

  • Arignar Anna Zoological Park is the first ever zoo in India.

    The zoo was established in the year 1855. The zoo was initially in the Moor market from where it was shifted to Vandalur in 1976.

    The massive 510-hectare zoo houses over 170 species of wildlife. Elephant rides and lion safaris are available

    Anna Zoological Park

    First ever zoo in India

  • As a part of the coastline of Chennai city, This is the second longest beach in the world, Marina Beach is a favorite among the locals and vacationers alike.

    The sandy stretches are adorned with statues of eminent historians such as Mahatma Gandhi to a grand memorial of actor-politician Dr.M.G.Ramachandran.

    The nearby lighthouse offers a breathtaking view of the sea and the city.

    Marina Beach

    Second longest beach in the world

  • A centre of South Indian culture and heritage, Dakshin Chitra is a recreation of architecture and lifestyles dating back to the 18th century.

    Arts, crafts and performing arts from puppet shows to traditional dance forms, pottery to glass making are some of the regular activities here.

    Dakshina Chitra

    Culture and Heritage Centre

  • The Birla Planetarium at Kotturpuram, between Adyar and Guindy, is the most modern planetarium in the country.

    Adjoining the planetarium is a Periyar Science and Technology Museum which will be of interest to students and other science scholars.

    Birla Planetarium

    The most modern planetarium

  • Kapaleeswarar Temple is one of the oldest temples. Going by the songs by Nayanmars, it is believed that Kapaleeswarar Temple was built during the 7th century by Pallava Kings..

    The temple stands a classic example of the Dravidian style of sculpture and architecture.

    Kapaleeshwar Temple

    One of the oldest temples

  • It is built in 16th century by Portuguese. It has great architect. This place gives you peace of mind.

    According to many tourists it is a must see place in Chennai. It is one of 3 cathedrals in the world built on the tomb of one of the apostles of Jesus.

    Santhome Church

    16th century church by Portuguese

  • 36kms from Chennai, Muttukad is known for boat rides along the backwaters and adventure sports like wind surfing. Nearby is also a popular amusement park, MGM Dizzee World.

    The boat house there was maintained by Tamil Nadu tourism and offer pedal boat, Row boat and Motor boat facilities.


    Boat rides along the backwaters and adventure

  • The Parthasarathy Temple is an 8th century Hindu Vaishnavite temple dedicated to Lord Krishna, It is one among the oldest temple in Chennai.

    It will be a good experience to visit this temple. Once you entered in this temple you will find yourself in a totally new world.

    Sri Parthasarathy Temple

    8th Century Temple

  • Established in 1851, Government Museum of Chennai is popular as the Madras Museum. Factually being the second oldest museum of India (after Kolkata's Indian

    Museum), this museum is a treasure in itself!

    As a rich repository of finest masterpieces of art, archaeology, anthropology, numismatics and much more, the Madras Museum assures to lure one and all.

    Government Museum

    Second oldest museum of India

  • 60kms north of Chennai, Pulicat Lake is the second largest lagoon in India. Now maintained as a wildlife sanctuary sheltering a variety of animals, reptiles and migratory birds, this is a must visit for any nature lover.

    Pulicat Lake is located on Tamilnadu’s border. The atmosphere is serene and you can have a relaxed day here. Boat rides are very popular here. While at boat, you are allowed to indulge in fishing. This is a great place for bird watching.

    Pulicat Lake

    Second largest lagoon in India

  • This masterpiece by the British speaks volumes about the Neo-Classical construction style the British had adopted earlier. It is open on all days except on Friday.

    It can be visited from 9:00 am in the morning to 4.30 pm. The entrance ticket costs a meagre Rs. 5 for Indians and $2 for foreigners. Photography is strictly prohibited in this fort. It has managed to retain its beauty over the years, thanks to the excellent maintenance efforts by the Government.

    It serves as a library of information, particularly about matters related to the colonial rule in India and ancient Chennai.

    St. George's Fort

    Neo-Classical construction style by the British

  • 40kms from the city, Crocodile Bank is a sanctuary for a variety of species of reptiles, many of which are endangered. A visit will add some excitement to your holiday.

    Crocodile Bank

    Sanctuary of various reptiles

  • Recognized as a world heritage center, Mahabalipuram is home to ancient monuments, temples and sculptures dating back to the 7th century.

    A popular attraction is the Shore Temples, the walls of which have intricate carvings and sculptures. Mahabalipuram is located about 60kms from Chennai.


    Home to ancient monuments

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