Gobichettipalayam is a town in the Erode district of Tamil Nadu. It is known to be an important town in this part of the state as it has been developing quickly over the past few years. It is known as a bi-functional town as the economy is a function of agriculture, trading and business. Its bi-functional economy has helped the town in developing educational institutes, multi-facility hospitals and banks.
Budget Hotels in Gobichettipalayam
There are a few hotels such as SKS Lodge, Vasantham Lodge, Lakshmi Lodge and Mansi Lodge that offer affordable accommodation for under Rs.1500.
Events in Gobichettipalayam
Diwali, Eid, Ganesh Chaturthi and Holi are the major events across the year.
Kongu Tamil, a dialect of Tamil and Englishare the local languages spoken in Gobichettipalayam. Malayalam and Kannada are commonly spoken.
Places to See in Gobichettipalayam
The Kodiveri Dam, Bhavani Sagar Dam, Reserve Forests and many temples like Pariyur and Hill Temples are famous tourist attractions in Gobichettipalayam.
How to Get There
Coimbatore Airport is located 75km away; domestic flights to major cities and international flights to the Middle East and South East Asia few cities can be accessed from here.
Rajahmundry East Railway Stationis 10km away which provides connections to many destinations across the country.
While there are multiple bus stands in Gobichettipalayam, it is best recommended to access Rajahmundry bus stands which will provide better connectivity to other towns and cities. TNSRTC and local operators ply buses. Several travel websites lure their customers by giving them discount on bus ticket booking.
Coimbatore is one of the fastest growing tier-II cities in India and this large metropolitan city is known for being the textile, industrial, commercial, educational, information technology, healthcare and manufacturing hub of Tamil Nadu. Considered to have existed before the 2nd Century AD, Coimbatore had once been a small village called Kongunad. Known for its flourishing agriculture business and textile mills, Coimbatore is currently an upcoming Information Technology Hub of Tamil Nadu. This city is also referred to as the "Manchester Detroit of Southern India". Coimbatore is surrounded by the Western Ghats and is positioned on the banks of the Noyyal River.
Budget Hotels in Coimbatore
There are great hotels near the bus stand in Coimbatore. They are Hotel Sree Murugan (Tariff – Rs. 1,685) and Metro Park Inn (Tariff – Rs. 2,150).
Tamil is the local language in Coimbatore. There are many inhabitants from other states settled in this cosmopolitan state and the languages spoken include English, Malayalam, Telugu and Kannada.
Events in Coimbatore
The Mariamman festival is a major event in summer and also the Koniamman temple car festival attracts a lot of populace to the city.
Places to See in Coimbatore
Lot of people visit Coimbatore for its pleasant weather and hospitality. The interesting tourist spots include Kovai Kutralam falls (35 kms from the city), Vydehi Water falls(35 km),Monkey falls(75 km), Malampuzha dam(60km), Thirumurthy waterfalls(90 km),Bhavani Sagar(55km).Dhyanalinga Yogic temple & Isha Yoga centre (35 km), Vellingiri hill temple(37 km), Marudhamali Hill Temple(13 km from Gandhipuram BS), and Vydehi Water falls(35 km).
How to Get There
Coimbatore International Airport is located at Peelamedu (15 kms) from the city. The Coimbatore International Airport offers domestic flights to major Indian cities, while international flight services are only limited to Sharjah and Singapore.
Coimbatore Junction is also referred to as Kovai Junction. This major railway junction is the busiest railway station in Tamil Nadu. Many trains from different states connect via Coimbatore Junction.
Currently there are 3 mofussil bus stands at Gandhipuram, Singanallur and at Ukkadam. Besides these, the Government bus stand and Town Bus Stand is also situated at Gandhipuram. The three leading bus operators which include KPN Travels, KMP Travels and Kings Travels. Book a bus ticket online and travel hassle free without standing in serpentine queues.