Places To Visit In Rameshwaram

1. Rameshwaram Temple

Rameshwaram Temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva. Lord Rama and Sita themselves are believe to have built the two lingams currenlty housed in the temple. 

2. Dhanushkodi Beach Point

Dhanushkodi Beach lies on the tip of the Rameswaram island. In this beach, the Bay of Bengal and Indian Ocean merge which is known as Arichal Munai in Tamil.

3. The House of Kalam

APJ Abdul Kalam House or the House of Kalam is the residence of former President of India. The house is now turned into a museum, tourists get a glimpse of Abdul Kalam’s life and his achievements.

4. Sea World Aquarium

Sea World Aquarium is a famous attraction with a splendid collection from the sea world. They also sell items made of seashells that tourists can purchase as memorabilia.

5. Pamban Bridge

It is the longest bridge in southern India. It connects Rameswaram Island to the main land. This road bridge is also known as Annai Indira Gandhi Road Bridge.

6. Adam's Bridge

Adam’s Bridge, also known as Rama’s Bridge or Rama Setu, is a chain of natural limestone shoals. Since the water is very shallow, one can walk on the structure for some distance.

7. Five-faced Hanuman Temple

Five-faced Hanuman temple is the most renowned temple in Rameshwaram. It has mythological evidence where Hanuman showed his profile with five faces

8. Villoondi Tirtham

Villoondi Tirtham is a beach which is also considered a sacred natural water body. It is believed that Lord Rama create this spring to help his people with drinking water.

9. Lakshmana Tirtham

Lakshmana Tirtham is constructed in the loving memory of Lord Lakshman, brother of Lord Rama. Lord Lakshman had been given a valuable place in the dynasty of Lord Rama