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Namakkal to Cuddalore
Updated on : Dec 05, 2016 08:12 AM
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No.412, 3rd Floor, 100 Feet Road, 4th Block, Koramangala, Bengaluru, KA 560034
1800-103-4482
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  • Rathimeena Travels Namakkal Cuddalore Rs.400 Rathimeena Travels operates 1 bus from Namakkal to Cuddalore with starting price of Rs.400. First bus starts at 11:55 PM and last bus at 11:55 PM.

About Namakkal

Namakkal is a small city in Tamil Nadu and is the part of Kongu Nadu. The city is famously known as the temple town and has lot of things to offer for tourists. Temple like Lord Anjaneya Temple and Narasimha Temple are two famous temples to visit. Apart from these temples, there are two cave temples dedicated to Narasimha Swamy and Ranganatha Swamy. People residing in Namakkal are avid followers of their cultures and traditions, which can be seen in their lifestyle. Visitors’ visit this place never miss visiting Lord Anjaneya Temple which is 1500yrs old and lies below. There is a huge statute of deity of Lord Hanuman standing as a guardian of the fort. Some of the major tourist spots in Namakkal are: Kolli Hills, Tipu Sultan Fort, Eshwaran Temple, Siddhar Caves and Mini Falls.

About Cuddalore

Cuddalore is the fastest growing city in Tamil Nadu. It is famous for beautiful beaches and magnificent temples built around. The city is divided into old town and new town. The old town was referred as ‘Islamabad’ during Mughal rule. The city is famous for beautiful temples, especially Shiva and Vaishnava temple. However, the city has become the major tourist destination because of deep blue beaches and backwaters. Silver Beach is the longest beach in Cuddalore. Moreover, Pichavaram is famous for its backwater scene. The city is also famous for temples like- Pataleeshwarar Temple, Tiruvaheendirapuram Temple, Mangalapureeswarar Temple, and few other. Some other tourist locations in Cuddalore are: Devanatha Swami Temple, Fort St. David, Pichavaram Mangrove Forest, Sea Port and few others.