Singarayakonda is a small Indian town located in the Prakasam district of Andhra Pradesh. This town lies at a height of 49 above sea-level. It is on National Highway 5. Singarayakonda is well-connected with Chennai and Vijayawada by a railway line and is the most important contributor in terms of revenue to the South Central Railway in this district. Singarayakonda also serves as one of the main centres for transportation for nearby villages.
Places to Stay
There are budget hotels as well as luxury hotels in Singarayakonda. A few of them include Hotel MGM Grand (Tariff – Rs. 2000), Marg Krishnayya (Tariff – Rs. 3000) and the Gateway Hotel (Tariff – Rs. 3000).
The official language spoken in Singarayakonda is Telugu. The other languages spoken in the area include Tamil, Kannada and English.
Singarakonda Tirunalla is a local festival which is celebrated annually in March. This festival is celebrated with great enthusiasm and people from nearby towns participate in it as well.
Places of Interest
There are many places in Singarayakonda that tourists can visit. These include, the Lord Vraha Narsimha temple, the Yoga Narsimha temple, the Prasannajaneya temple and the Aiyappa Swami Temple.
How to Get There
The nearest airport to Singarayakonda is the Cuddapah airport which is about 158 km away from the town.
Singarayakonda has its own railway station and the town is well-connected to Chennai, Hyderabad, Tirupati, Bangalore and other major cities of India via rail.
There are daily bus services to Hyderabad, Chennai, Bangalore and Tirupati from Singarayakonda. A few bus operators that provide excellent services include Kaveri Kamakshi Travels and VV Vinayaka Travels. Travelling by bus has become easier these days as you can easily book a bus ticket online.
A city and a mandal in in the middle of West Godavari District of Andhra Pradesh, Tadepalligudem or (T.P Gudem) is famous for its 'flyover canal' and locally the town fondly as 'Venice of Vijayawada (East)’. A rapibly growing business centre, Tadepalligudem is picturesque as it is surrounded by beautiful fields and canals. The city is well-known for its educational institutes and is the hub of the West Godavari district which is renowned as the 'Annapurna of Andhra Pradesh'. Tadepalligudem is famous for its jaggery, onion, fruits market and rice cultivation.
Places to Stay
Tadepalligudem offers travellers a wide variety of options for accommodation. Places like Hotel Swarna Palace near the bus stand offer accommodations from Rs.700 onwards.
Other than the annual religious festivals, Dasara (in the month of Oct or Nov) is celebrated here with great fervour.
Telugu is the Local Language here.
Places to Visit
Dwarakatirumala (Chinna Tirupati) Sri Venkasteswara Swamy Vari Temple, Sri Kanyaka Parameswari Panchayatana Kshetram, Sri Mallikarjuna Swamy Temple ( Sivalayam beside canal), Veerampalem Shivalayam and the Christ Luthern Church are well-knownplaces of worship within the city. Papikondal, Kolleru Lake and Buddhist Caves, Guntupalle are all located with 30kms of the city.
How to Get There
The nearest airport is at Rajahmundry (20.5Kms).
Tadepalligudem Railway Station connects the town to neighbouring regions.
The Tadepalligudem Bus Station has regular bus service that connects the town to neighbouring regions. Private bus operators like Kesineni Travels, SVR Tours & Travels and SRS Travels run regular buses to and from the city. Avail of a bus ticket booking offer when you book your tickets through Ticketgoose.com.