Chennai is the heart city of Tamil Nadu sprawling with many irresistible places to visit such as serene beaches, heritage sites such as temples and churches, huge shopping spaces, etc. The place has been an important administrative center of India since time immemorial. This is places is perfect for Bike riders to Venture.
Marine Beach: Marine Beach is a landmark of the city spreading over 13Km. It is one of the prime holiday destination places in Chennai. The place packed with a huge number of significant buildings and monuments build across the promenade that tells you about the lives of some of the most illustrious dignitaries in Indian history.
Marundeeswarar Temple: Marundeeswarar Temple is an opulent temple situated in the heart of Tiruvanmiyur, close to Chennai. The temple is dedicated to the deity of Shiva as Marundeeshwar or Aushadeeshwar, the deity of medicines. The ‘prasadam’ is the concoction of sacred ash, milk, and water believed to be the cure of a myriad of ailments. The temple is famous for hosting several varied festivals throughout the year.
Valluvar Kottam: Valluvar Kottam is the best creation honoring the well-known Tamil poet and saint, Thiruvalluvar. The place has a home of variety of exhibitions. There is a huge lovely stone chariot which is the main attraction. Traditional handlooms and handicrafts are displayed at the auditorium which is an air-conditioned facility.
Connemara Library: It is one of the oldest Libray since 1896 receives a copy of every book, newspaper, and periodicals that are published in the country. This place is a paradise for Bookworm People. The building itself worth the visit.
SAN THOME CATHEDRAL: Santhome Cathedral Basilica was built between the 14th and 15th century A D by the Portuguese. It is a great pilgrimage site with historical significance. The Church is forged in neo-gothic style and windows have colored panes and the rows of wooden pews add to the church’s beauty. There is Museum resides in the church that has the great apostle’s fingerprint and there are wall paintings depicting the saint’s life and death.