Important Places in Chennai

Chennai Port Trust - A century old gateway to south
This southern gateway developed as a major trade centre, well-linked by road, rail, water and air with the rest of the world.

Golden Sun Beach Resort
Appointments, deadlines, phone calls, budgets… are some of the things everybody wants to get away from. But, does everyone find the ideal retreat?

Tarsha Water Sports
Tarsha Water Sports is the first water sports facility for children, youngsters and families.

VGP Golden Beach Resort
It has a charm of its own with cool breeze and beautiful pathways flanked by shady trees amidst green lawns. For fun and entertainment, the younger citizens will be enthralled by the numerous revamped additions.

Dolphin City - A Scenic View
It is situated on the East Coast (New Mahabalipuram Road) and is 46 km from Chennai - Tamil Nadu. The landmark being 10 km before Mahabalipuram and 4 km after the Crocodile Bank.

Dash N Splash - Fun Spot
South India's first ever exclusive water park is spread over three acres of land with beautiful landscape.

The Fascinating Fair
It is apparent from the crowd and the stalls that the figure must be several crores.

 

A time machine of a different kind
First to attract our attention is the oldest available map of Madras drawn by Thomas Pitt, the longest serving Governor of Madras.

Doveton House -  200 Glorious Years
Doveton House seems to have served as a place for keeping prisoners in custody.

Theosophical Society


A worldwide organisation, believing in the brotherhood of man. was founded on 17th November 1875 at New York and christened 'The Theosophical Society'.

Kishkinta


Highly professional, technical management and creative artists were engaged in the making of Kishkinta and its developments.

Katchal
It is a pity that not many Indians recognise the immense beauty that India has to offer. No other country can boast of such a variety from forests to deserts in its fold.

Cholamandal - Artist Village
Cholamandal  is the hub of thirty painters and sculptors who have formed the village and run the Artists Handicrafts Association on well-oiled wheels and  has in fact, become a common meeting ground for international artists – whether they be musicians, dancers, theatre and film artists or writers.

Tamilnadu Science & Technology Centre
Periyar Science & Tech. Centre and B.M. Birla Planetarium are major attractions, located in the sprawling, well laid-out campus of Kotturpuram in an area of 21.25 acres.

Marina Beach
Of these, the Statue of Labour is a splendid sculpture depicting the efforts of a team of labourers who are at strenuous, manual work.

National Art Gallery
The National Art Gallery at Pantheon Road (Egmore) houses a plethora of paintings, dating tentatively from around the 10th century A.D. bronze and panchaloka statuettes, delicate miniature paintings of the Mughal period.