Places To Visit In Chennai

1. Marina Beach

Marina Beach
Marina Beach is a natural urban beach along the Bay of Bengal. Second largest beach in the world and also the most crowded beach in India with almost 30,000 visitors a day. 

2. Elliot's Beach

Elliot's Beach
A beach showcasing beauty, calmness, serenity and everything that signifies nature at its best, the Elliot’s beach cannot be forgotten by anyone who has visited it once.

3. Government Museum

Government Museum was established in 1851 and is the second oldest museum in the country, situated in Egmore suburb of Chennai.

4. Ashtalakshmi Temple

The Chennai Ashtalakshmi temple is on the shores of the Bay of Bengal. The temple was constructed on the express wishes of Sri Mahaa Periyavaal of Kanchi Mutt, Sri Chandrasekara Saraswati Swamigal.

5. Connemara Public Library

The Connemara Public Library at Chennai holds the prestigious status of being amongst one of the four deposit libraries in India which entitles them to a copy of every publication in India.

6. Vivekananda House

Vivekananda House also popularly known as The Ice House, is a shrine and pilgrimage centre for the admirers and followers of Swami Vivekananda. 

7. Nettukuppam

Nettukuppam is the northernmost tip of Chennai and has a beach which is yet not tarnished by encroaching crowds. 

8. Kapaleeswarar Temple

Kapaleeswarar Temple is a holy shrine of Lord Shiva. A visit to this temple will be an experience enriched with a glimpse into Tamil religious culture. 

9. VGP Marine Kingdom

VGP Marine Kingdom is India’s first walkthrough aquarium housing small to big aquatic animals, housed in life-size tanks and over-head aquariums.

10. Parthasarathy Temple

Parthasarathy Temple, located in Triplicane area of Chennai. Dedicated to different avatars of Lord Vishnu which attracts thousands of Vaishanvite followers from all across the country.

11. ISKCON Temple

ISKCON Temple Chennai is a temple devoted to Lord Sri Radha Krishna. Built on 1.5 acres of land, ISKCON, Chennai is the biggest Radha Krishna temple in Tamil Nadu. 

12. Santhome Cathedral Basilica

Santhome Cathedral is a historical and ancient pilgrim centre, which was built during the 14th to the 15th century A D by the then reigning, Portuguese.

13. Madras Crocodile Bank

The Madras Crocodile Bank is home to around 17 croc subspecies and some other reptiles like frogs, lizards, snakes and turtles as well.

14. Fort St. George

The origin of the great white structure of Fort St. George is inextricable from the history of the city of Chennai itself. Popularly called the ‘White Town’.

15. Madras High Court

Madras High Court is an important landmark in the city of Chennai. It is one of the three courts in the country established by letters patents granted by Queen Victoria.