A municipal town in the Tirunelveli District of Tamil Nadu, Kadayanallur is the second largest city in the district. The town was named after the presiding deity at the Kadayaleeswarar temple located here. Kadayanallur located on the foot of the Western Ghats is situated close to tourist spots like Courtallam Waterfall and Tenkasi. The town is also known for making handloom textiles, mud-pots and matches.
Budget Hotels in Kadayanallur
Places like Hotel Sri Krishna located within 1km of the bus stand offer accommodation starting from Rs.500 onwards.
Tamil is the Local Language here.
Events in Kadayanallur
The annual festivals like Pongal and Diwali are celebrated with great enthusiasm here.
Places to See in Kadayanallur
The Kadayaleeswarar temple within town, the Krishnapuram Anjaneyar temple (3kms) and Courtallam (16kms) are great places to visit.
How to Get There
The nearest airport is at Tuticorin (110kms)
Kadayanallur has its own Railway Station.
Kadayanallur Bus Stand has regular bus service that connects the town to neighbouring regions. Private bus operators like SRS Travels, Sakthi Travels, KPN Travels, Amarnath Travels and Parveen Travels run regular buses to and from the town. When you are booking a bus ticket online, check out for the numerous offers that several bus booking websites give from time to time.
T. Kallupatti is a Panchayati area located in the Madurai district of Tamil Nadu. It is situated at the cross roads of Virudhunagar and Theni and the Madurai to Rajapalayam Highways. It is located at a distance of 45 km from the nearest city of Madurai and 20 km from Tirumangalam city. The place is a famous for the Muthalamman Temple where the Goddess is worshipped with great devotion and gaiety.
Places to Stay
There are many hotels available at low budgets in the adjacent city of Madurai. Some of them worth a try are Lakshmi Hotel (Tariff – Rs. 590), Duke Hotel (Tariff – Rs. 682), Hotel Jeyasakthi (Tariff – Rs. 703), Hotel Kathir Palace (Tariff – Rs. 763), Sri Annapoorna Tower (Tariff – Rs.786) and many more.
Tamil is the official language of the region.
The important festivals celebrated in the region are Muthalamman (Goddess) Temple Festival in April, Mariamman Temple Festival in January-February, Ugadi in March-April, Pongal festival in June, Dussehra in October, Makar Sankranti in January and many more.
Places of Interest
There are a number of religious sites to visit in the region such as the Muthalamman (Goddess) Temple and Kaaliamman Temple that attract many tourists all the year round. Few other major tourist attractions found in the nearby city of Madurai are the Meenakshi Temple, Tirumalai Nayak Palace, Thiruparankundram, Gandhi Memorial Museum,Saint Mary's Cathedral and many more.
How to Get There
The Madurai Airport is the nearest airport at a distance of 40 km from the region.
The nearest railway station is Tirumangalam Railway Station at a distance of 20 km from the area.
The major state bus service is the Tamil Nadu State Transport Corporation (TNSTC) that runs across many places. Private bus operators such as KPN Travels, SRM Transports, Madurai-Radha Travels also operate between many places among others. Bus reservation through Ticketgoose.com’s mobile apps is one of the most convenient ways of booking your tickets