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About Villupuram

Villupuram

Villupuram (also called as Viluppuram and Vizhupuram) is one of the 30 districts of Tamil Nadu. It serves as the district headquarters of Villupuram. This district came into existence on 30 September 1993 when it was formed from the South Arcot district. Villupuram is the 2nd largest district in the Tamil Nadu state. Many tourists visit Villupuram to discover many attractive places.

Places to Stay
Many hotels nearby are Balaji Lodge (Tariff – Rs. Rs. 300), Hotel Meenakshi A/c Boarding & Lodging (Tariff – Rs. 500 to Rs. 1200), Hotel V.V.A.Boarding (Tariff – Rs. 500 to Rs. 1200), Tamilnadu Hotel (Tariff – Rs. 500 to Rs. 1000).

Language
Tamil is the local language in Villupuram.

Events
Major festivals include 10 days Vaikasi Brahmmotsavam (May–June), Maha Shivrathri (February–March) and Tirukarthikai (November–December).

Places of Interest
The region has many historical tourist attractions like temple of King Mahendra Verma Pallava, Sathru Malleshwara Alayam, Veedur Dam, Gomuki Dam, Megam Falls and Periyar Falls, Auroville, Thiruvamathur, Mailam, Perumpakkam (8 km from Viluppuram), Siruvanthadu (15 km from Viluppuram), Koovagam (nearby), Gingee Fort, Marakanam Beach.

How to Get There

Air:
The nearest airport is at Pondicherry, located at a distance of over 40 km from Villupuram.

Rail:
Villupuram railway station is the major railway station which is well connected to major destinations all over the country.

Bus:
NH 45 connects the town from major cities of Chennai to Dindigul via Tiruchirapalli. There are frequent bus services to this town. Few of the best private bus travels include KPN Travels, KVN Transport. Log on to bus ticket online booking sites like Ticketgoose and book your tickets without any hassle.



About Mahe

Mahe

Formerly a French colony, Mahé, which now comes under the Mahé district of the Union Territory of Puducherry, which is on the east coast, is surrounded by Kannur and Calicut District of Kerala. Also known as Mayyazhi, Maheis famous for the St. Teresa's Church, which brings in people from Singapore, Sri Lanka and England every year during the annual festival. Tourism is the main source of income for the people living here.

Places to Stay
There are a good number of hotels in Mahe. Tourists visiting the place can stay Hotel Safair, Hotel Jaypees and Hotel Rajeev that offers rooms starting from Rs.700 onwards.

Events
The major festival in this region is Vishu and Christmas. The annual festival held at St. Teresa's Church from October 5th to 22nd brings in pilgrims from across the globe.

Language
The major languages are Malayalam, Tamil and French.

Places to Visit
The MahéPalli (Mahé Church), Sree krishna temple and Sree Kurumba Bagavathi Temple are located in the heart of town is a famous pilgrimage centre of Mahe.

How to Get There

Air:
The nearest airport is at Calicut (85kms)

Rail:
Mahe has its own railway station

Bus:
Kovukkal Bus Stop, Mahe Railway Station Bus Stop, Mahe Police Station Bus Stop, New Mahe Bus Stop, Mammimukku Bus Stop, MahePaalam Bus Stop and KallayiChungam Bus Stoprun regular bus service to neighbouring towns and villages. There are a great number of bus operators Blessy Travels that offer travellers regular bus services to and from the town. Through bus booking offers you can get a lot of discount while booking your tickets




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