Perfect Haven @ Egmore

7B, Tangy Apartmants, 34, Dr. P.V. Cheriyan Crescent Rd, Egmore, Chennai (Madras), 600008, India
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One and half day in Chennai

by smanasa

I have one and half day to spend in Chennai. Can someone please suggest the best way to spend my time. I am mostly interested in shopping and a little bit of sight seeing.

Thanks in Advance

Re: One and half day in Chennai

by anilpradhanshillong

T. Nagar is the place for you. If you are interested in sarees, try 'Nallis'. Bargaining is a must at all other places, except perhaps, the malls. Try out the various succulent south Indian dishes - healthy and filling. There are too many temples to list out here. Don't forget Marina Beach - very early in the morning or late evening is the best time. Grab a recital of Bharatnatyam in the evening. Do remember, Chennai is a deeply conservative place. Weather now will be pleasant to warm and humid. For authentic details, try out this VT link:

Re: One and half day in Chennai

by SfumatoPants

Get a dosa overdose!

Re: One and half day in Chennai

by RobSydney

A full day trip is about 50k's south of Chennai , the mahabalipuram shore temple, totally amazing solid granite temple and statue complex carved out of a mountain 700AD- wow

Re: One and half day in Chennai

by ElCordobez

The Pantheon Museum in Egmore is very good and worth a visit.
Amethyst in Gopalapuram, is an upmarket botique, with a restaurant
and lovely garden...

Travel Tips for Chennai (Madras)

Shore Temple

The shore...

by srhussaini

Shore Temple

The shore temples at Mahabalipuram, a coastal village 50 km south of Madras, were built in the 7th century, during the reign of Rajasimha, and they depict the final flowering of Pallava art. These temples are refreshingly uncluttered, unlike later grandiose Dravidian architecture and they tower over the waves, behind a protective breakwater. The temple with its beautiful polygonal dome enshrines Lord Vishnu and Shiva. These beautiful temples, ravaged by wind and sea, were listed among the World Heritage sites, a few years ago and they are probably the most photographed monuments in India.

Sushi in India? Are you MAD?

by IoannaE about The Dahlia

I had your average tourist's reaction on hearing we were going out for sushi in Chennai 'umm, no raw fish for me, thanks, not in this climate' . So I timidly chose the wonderful fried squid and other (tempura) goodies. But I should have been braver: the (French and German) friends who took me there, long-time Chennai residents, patronise this restaurant regularly and have never suffered the consequences. 'For good sushi, you simply have to know your source' they told me, 'and the owner here is an exporter of fish to Japan - so he knows his stuff'. And the place is much more gemütlich than the fancy Japanese restaurants you often get in the West.
(As Madhur Jaffrey writes in her book on regional Indian food, only coastal communities in India eat saltwater fish and shellfish - so most of it ends up in Japan) Everyone orders the sushi, but timid tourists can go for the tempura - it's all very good.
Sorry I can't tell you about the prices though, I was a guest. But it seemed reasonable when I looked at the menu.

Fort St George Flagpole

by illumina

Another fascinating structure here is the Flagstaff at the front of the fort, where the National Flag flies with all its glory at a height of 150 feet. It is the tallest flag pole in the country. The Pole, now made of metal, was originally made entirely of teak wood and was a post rescued from a 17th century shipwreck.


by shakakthar

"chennai the city"

chennai is the largest city of south india.the city as such has nothing special to offer except for the marina beach and museum and some temples.2 days is sufficent to explore the city. however the eastcoast
road from to chennai to mamallapuram is worth visiting for its contineous beaches


this is an ancient town about 50 km away from is famous for the ancient temples and [shore temple] and beach resorts


located about 150 km from chennai is worth visiting for a day is about 100 km from mamallapuram.
you can still find french speaking people and its culture still intact


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