Tourist places in Chennai

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Tourist places in Chennai

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VGP universal Kingdom VGP Universal Kingdom along the undulating shoreline and shimmering white sand has captivated us with its sensational concept since 1975. Its concept along with the location enhances its appeal across all ages making it truly the Universal Kingdom. VGP Universal kingdom today is one of the most innovative and sorted out amusement parks in South India a strong reflection of our belief that “Fun is a serious business”.At VGP Universal Kingdom we believe in providing our guests a joyous retreat and complete entertainment to make the moments spent a joyous and memorable one. With more than 50 rides sprawling lawns by the beach luxuriant gardens unique “Statue Man” the exquisite Paneer Fort live international shows every year theme and festival celebration food courts multi cuisine restaurants you will for sure be in a different world.

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VGP Snow Kingdom Among Asia’s finest India’s largest and Tamil Nadu’s first and only indoor snow themed park with the real experience of authentic snowfall VGP Snow Kingdom is a brand-new travel destination in Chennai. VGP Snow Kingdom operates as an independent facility adjacent to VGP Universal Kingdom part of VGP Golden Beach Area and can be accessed via the parking lot of VGP Universal Kingdom.

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Besant Nagar Beach Besant Nagar is an affluent residential neighborhood in South Chennai India. It is located on the coast of the Elliots Beach along the Bay of Bengal. It is a part of Chennai which is inhabited by many famous personalities and affluent citizens. Alongside are many restaurants cafes shops and boutiques. The main attraction is the Elliots Beach named after Edward Elliot Governor of Madras It forms the end-point of the Marina Beach shore. It has the Annai Velankanni Churchand the Ashtalakshmi Temple along the shore and is sometimes nicknamed Bessie. In the colonial era it was a fairly exclusive place limited to expatriates.

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Kapaleeshwarar Temple Kapaleeshwarar Temple is a Hindu temple dedicated to lord Shiva located in Mylapore Chennai in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu. The form of Shivas consort Parvati worshipped at this temple is called Karpagambal is from Tamil "Goddess of the Wish-Yielding Tree". The temple is the most ancient one that has been built around the 7th century CE in Dravidian architecture.The original temple structure is said to have been destroyed by the Portuguese in the 16th century AD. St. Thomas Cathedral Basilica Chennai was then built in the place where the original temple structure stood.

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Mylapore If you are looking to soak in the culture of Chennai the Mylapore Tank and Mandavali area should be at the top of your list. One of the oldest residential parts of Chennai the tank is a part of the seventh century Kapaleeshwarar Temple. This is also the place where the famous Tamil poet Thiruvalluvar was born. If you are spending a few days in Chennai you will understand the importance of this state figure from the number of references made in signs names of shops and statues. The quintessential travel phrase "overwhelming sights sounds smells" fits perfectly in this area. The narrow streets around the temple are buzzing with activities. Flower sellers archaic shops selling temple offering ingredients and such line the roads leading to the temple. A photographer’s dream this place is best explored in the morning the chosen time to pay homage at the temple.

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Express Avenue Mall Express Avenue is a shopping mall in Chennai promoted by Express Infrastructure A division of Express Newspapers Pvt. Ltd. It is home to the largest :gaming arcade in South India. Built at a cost of ₹7500 million US100 million the 1750000-square-foot 163000 m 2 mall has 10 anchor tenants and 150 vanilla tenants.

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Iskon Temple Chennai ISKCON Temple Chennai is a Vaishnava temple dedicated to Lord Krishna. It is located on the East Coast Road at Akkarai Sholinganallur in southern Chennai. Built on 1.5 acres of land the International Society for Krishna Consciousness ISKCON Chennai is the largest Radha Krishna temple in Tamil Nadu. It was formally inaugurated on 26 April 2012.

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