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Thrissur to Neyveli
Updated on : Oct 22, 2016 08:14 AM
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No.412, 3rd Floor, 100 Feet Road, 4th Block, Koramangala, Bengaluru, KA 560034
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  • Universal Travels Thrissur Neyveli Rs.700 Universal Travels operates 1 bus from Thrissur to Neyveli with starting price of Rs.700. First bus starts at 06:40 PM and last bus at 06:40 PM.

About Thrissur

Thrissur is a cultural capital city of Kerala and is an ideal location for holiday. Whether you want to explore Kerala’s culture and tradition or want to rejuvenate yourself with nature, Thrissur is the right place to visit. The city is known for its annual festival called ‘Thrissur Pooram’ which is celebrated in the month of April. It is an elephant festival which is celebrated for 8-days and lacs of devotees pay their visit. The city shines with architectural beauty and culturally rich that makes this city worth visiting. Dams, waterfalls, paddy fields and backwaters are specialty of Thrissur. However, presently the city is buzzing up with commercialization. Major tourist locations in Thrissur are: Arattupuzha Temple, Archeological Museum, Bible Tower, Chavakkad Beach, Kerala Kalamandalam, Peechi Dam and many more places.

About Neyveli

Neyveli is power generation township in Cuddalore district of Tamil Nadu. Largest part of the thermal power is being generated in this town. The entire Neyveli is well planned township in India, and is being always compared to Chandigarh. In fact, the roads are divided into different blocks. With more and more industries coming up, Neyveli is termed as modern industrial townships of India. The town is also famous for world’s largest metal statues of Lord Shiva. Also the town celebrates local festival called Thaipoosam at Villudayanpattu temple dedicated to Lord Murugan. This is the most unique festival celebrated in Tamil Nadu. Neyveli is famous for some beautiful locations including eco-friendly park named Nehru Park, Main Park, Golden Jubilee Park, Devara Temple and Nataraja Temple.