Madurai, Tamil Nadu's cultural capital, has many titles to its credit, such as "The East of Athens," "Sleepless City," and "The City of Temples." This ancient city, steeped in history, is one of Tamil Nadu's best places to visit and a popular pilgrimage destination in India. Legend has it that after cutting down a forest zone known as Kadambavanam, Madurai was constructed. Lord Shiva appeared on the site on the day he called the settlement, and drops of nectar fell from his hair on the ground.
The town of Madurai is known for its mystical, vivacious, and soulful essence, steeped in traditional Tamil culture, which will attract your attention as you reach its precincts. With its historical Dravidian architecture and futuristic skyscrapers adorning its skyline, the town exhibits a seamless mix of traditional and modern. The prominent historical monuments of Madurai City are the world-famous Meenakshi Amman Temple, Idaikattur Church, the Pudhu Mandapam, and The Thirumalai Nayakar Palace.
In addition, there are many other places of interest that will put you back to its rich heritage of culture. The Gandhi Museum, Vaigai Dam, Villacherry Pottery Village, Teppakulam Tank, Madurai Kamaraj University, and others are some of the must-see places in Madurai. In addition, you can also ramble through the lively marketplaces' narrow lanes or make a deal with the vendors.
Over the years, Madurai has become Tamil Nadu's cultural center, attracting millions of visitors and history enthusiasts all year round who want to immerse themselves in its deeply rooted ethos and cultural vibe. The best time to visit Madurai is winter (months between December-February) when you can go sightseeing to places of attraction as the climate is favorable. During this time, you will enjoy the big Tamil festivals (Pongal, Christmas, Jallikattu, etc.).
Things to do in Madurai.
Thirumalai Nayak Palace : This is yet another draw that makes Madurai famous and popular with both visitors and tourists. Established in 1636, this palace is an incredible place to visit while you are in Madurai. This palace was King Thirumalai's residence and featured some impressive architecture and interiors. More than 200 pillars, the great entrance hall, the dance hall, the courtyard, and the audience hall, all attracted people with their beauty. While much of the place's original architecture is not the same, the rest of the structure still reflects the palace's true beauty.
Keelakuyilkudi and Samanar Hills : If you are a fan of varieties of sculptures and are looking for a place where you can find some amazing quality sculptures, then this is the right place to visit. Highlighting one of the attractions of this place is the mud horses which are painted in bright colors which instantly catch the attention of the people. Apart from the attractive mud horse, you can find some amazing Jain Sculptures and a number of village temples.
Vilachery Pottery Village : The true beauty of even the small places in Madurai is expressed in this location. The village of Velachery hosts a small display of different Gods and goddesses, particularly Lord Ganesh, or different idols. Such idols are made so beautifully that for hours you can look at the varieties and still not get bored. You can stroll through the village and enjoy all the numerous collections that its tourists have to offer the people of this small village.
Located 25 km (16 miles) from Dindigul and 40 km (25 miles) from Madurai, Tamilnadu, India, Sirumalai is an area of 60,000 acres (200 km). The region has many high hills. Sirumalai is where Hillock International School is situated. Throughout the year, Sirumalai is a thick forest area with a mild climate. It includes diversified flora and fauna, with an altitude of 1600 meters above sea level. There are 18 hairpin bends on the slope.
Morning Pick up from Madurai.
After Refreshment at Madurai.
Then proceed towards Sirumalai.
Then proceed to visit Sirumalai major attractions such as Annai Velankanni Church, Sirumalai Lake, Observation Tower and Saathiyar Basin.
Overnight stay @ Sirumalai.
After Breakfast and then Check out from the Hotel.
Then proceed to visit Sirumalai major attractions such as Vellimalai Murugan Temple, Khandige Estate, Agastya Puram and Silver Hills.
Then starting towards Madurai with sweet Memories of Sirumalai.
Finally drop @ Madurai.
What 's Included
We can provide stay for ( 2*, 3*)
2.Double sharing Rooms
5.Royal Suite Rooms
( as per requirement )
From Trip start to till end the Tour Guide will be take care
Local Speaking Guide - ( English,Tamil,Hindi,Telugu & Malayalam ) *