Srirangam is an island and a part of Tiruchirapalli in Tamil Nadu. It has the Cauvery River on one side and the Kaveri distributary on the other side. Srirangam is filled with a large number of Lord Vishnu followers. The temples here act as a large contributor to the economy of the town as large crowds of tourists come in every year for festive celebrations.
Places to Stay
There are plenty of budget accommodation options for visitors such as Sri Rangaa Pilgrims House, PLA Residency, Tamil Nadu Tourism Development Corporation Hotel are within the range of Rs.1700.
Krishna Ashtami, Ugadi, VijayaDashami, Diwali, Eid and Rama Navami are celebrations that take place annually.
Tamil is the primary language spoken. Hindi is well understood.
Places to Visit
Sri Ranganathaswamy temple, Ammamandapam bank of river Cauvery are must see places.
How to Get There
The Tiruchirapalli International Airport is 11km from here and is well connected to domestic and international services. Alternatively, Thanjavur Airport which is at 55km away provides domestic connections too.
The Srirangam railway station has regular trains to Tiruchirapalli. Passengers can book trains to other cities and towns from Tiruchirapalli.
While the Srirangam bus station has a great number of TNPRTC and private operators running bus services to other cities, travellers would need to access Tiruchirapalli for better connectivity. You can get online bus booking offers through various travel websites, especially during festive occasions.