Kulipirai, a remote village in Tamil Nadu’s Pudukkottai district is connected by a bustling bus station. State Highway 201 passes through this village. Kulipirai is surrounded by agricultural fields and lakes. Some of the nearby cities that lie in close proximity to Kulipirai are Karaikudi, Pudukkottai, Sivaganga and Natham. This village is on the border of Pudukkottai and Sivaganga.
Places to Stay
There are no accommodation facilities in Kulipirai. Pudukkottai, which is 28 km away from Kulipirai, provide good budget hotels. These are Hotel Sri Gowri Nivas (Tariff – Rs.540), Shivalaya Hotel Pvt Ltd (Tariff – Rs.648), Hotel Ayya Tower (Tariff – Rs.530) and Sri Lakshmi Lodge (Tariff – Rs.344).
The language spoken by the people in Kulipirai is Tamil.
The important festivals celebrated in Kulipirai are Pongal in January, Maha Shivratri in February, Tamil New Year in April, Vinayaka Chaturthi in August-September, Navratri in September-October and Diwali during October-November.
Places of Interest
Kulipirai has got a few tourist attractions around the village. These places include Ponnamaravathi (15 km), Ulagampatti (19 km), Pudukkottai (28 km), Kanadukathan (26 km) and Thirumayam (15 km) away from Kulipirai.
How to Get There
Tiruchirapalli International Airport is the nearest airport, being 67 km away from Kulipirai.
There is no railway station in Kulipirai. The nearest railway station is the Thirumayam Railway Station, which is 16 km away.
There are state-run and private buses that ply to and fro neighbouring cities and towns. Private bus owners such as SRS Travels, KPN Travels and Essaar Travels run buses from Coimbatore and Bangalore to Kulipirai. Book bus tickets online from the confines of your home or office without any hassle.