Kollam to Villupuram - Bus Fare & Timings
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Kollam is well cultured and economically well organized town in Kerala, and is the largest producer of premium quality cashew nuts. Due to this, Kollam is referred as 'City of Cashews'. Since ancient times, Kollam is the cultural and learning hub, making it the center point of attraction. In the field of literature, Kollam has played a major role with the introduction of Leelethilakam and Unneeli Sandesam. Moreover, many great scholars in the field of literature hail from this town. The famous Craft Festival, which showcases different craftsmanship work, is celebrated here in the month of December-January. Apart Craft Festival, Kollam celebrates Anayadi Elephant Pageantry, Panmana Pooram are also celebrated. Some of the interesting locations in Kollam to visit are: Ashtamudi Backwaters, Kollam Beach, Munroe Island, Sasthamcotta Lake, Thevally Palace and Adventure Park.
Viluppuram is a municipality town in Tamil Nadu, and is 162 kms from capital Chennai. Agriculture is the main source of economy of the town. One can visit Gingee Hills that offers some beautiful view of the town and is being visited tourist. Viluppuram also has few good temples which are being visited by many devotees. Some of them are Ramar Temple, Murugan Temple, Sivan Temple and Saneeswaran Temple. There are also other religious sites like Umiya Jamia Pallivasal, Ahle Hadees Pallivasal, St. James Church and few others. Apart from these religious sites, there are few other locations to explore like Gingee Fort, Lakshmi Narasimar Temple and few others.