Munar, lying on the western Ghats, in India’s Kerala State. Admire the pleasure in the pathless woods, misty fogs and rain, sorrounded by Tea Plantations established in the late 19th Century & more along with the unwinding high terrains.
The route from Chennai to Munnar is bit longer on a bike but do remember a refreshing ride is waiting for you with a kick-start for trying something more adventurous trip, adding on to your riding bucket list.
Munnar, situated at a distance of about 620 km from Chennai, Munnar is easily accessible by road. You can commute via the following route.
Viluppuram is a Municipality and the administrative headquarters of Viluppuram district, the largest district in the state of Tamil Nadu, India. This town remembers the historical period of Cholas, known for it’s traditional temples, ruins in and around Villupuram. Taking a break is important to consider since you can get visit the anicent & historical Golden Era with it’s Epic Old Gingee Fort, on with the way to explore the God’s Own Country – Kerala.
Trichy, where the Kaveri and Kollidam rivers flow around Srirangam Island, which is known for sacred Hindu sites Sri Ranganathaswamy Temple, with intricately carved gopurams (towering gateways), and Jambukeswarar-Akilandeswari Temple, dedicated to the god Shiva. Stop here to take rest and visit the ancient temples if you feel up for it.
Palani is home to one of the most sacred shrines of the Lord Muruga, worship the Lord Murugan, situated on the uphills. Winch pulled car climbing is available for piligrims. If you have time, take a short break to worship the God and take home the essence of sprituality with you.
Munnar is one of the famous destination in Kerala. Hill Station set at an altitude of 6000ft in the Idukki District of Kerala.
Attractions near Munnar
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