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The blue waters of Bay of Bengal mingle with the golden sands at the beaches of Chennai. Once being a small village of fishermen Chennai attained a significant place during the British Rule. It is one of the four metropolitan cities of India. Chennai has a lot to offer to tourists in the form of ancient temples and Museums, Churches and forts built during the British rule. General Information
Language Tamil and English 
Best time to visit November to February 

Tourist Spot
Marina Beach
A place where you can feel yourself close to nature and enjoy the beauty of the sunset. It is a suitable place where you can release your tiredness of a busy day. Marina Beach is the 2nd longest beach in the World.

Anna Square
Dr. C.N. Annadurai, the late Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu was a highly noble person and very popular among the people of Tamil Nadu. Thousands of people visit at his 'Samadhi' (tomb) everyday to pay their respect.

Fort St. George
Fort St. George is one of the most significant buildings of the British rule. There are many important buildings inside the fort including a church and a museum.

Jain Temple
The Jain Temple is completely different from the other temple in the city. The temple holds beautiful sculptures of Lord Mahavira, tirinthkaras and Lord Shantinath to whom the temple is dedicated.

St. Thomas Mount
The tomb of the great Saint Thomas lies on the mount near the Airport. He preached and travelled the Malabar and Coromandel coasts of the country.