Experience Traditional South – Experience Coimbatore

Bored of travelling in cities, and want to get away from the fast-paced city life and relax in a city away from a city? Coimbatore serves as a fine option! Although the second largest city in Tamil Nadu after Chennai, Coimbatore is nothing what a usual city is like. While it retains the necessary comforts and conveniences available in a developed city, Coimbatore offers its visitors some relaxation from the usual city life while not depriving them of the comforts of a city.

Forest area in Coimbatore, Tamilnadu by Ramana

Coimbatore, also known as Kovai, is a city located in deep South of the country and is situated on the banks of Noyyal Riverto the south and surrounded by Western Ghats to the west and north.This exceptional geographical placement makes Coimbatore a city with abundant natural beauty.

In the lap of nature
Western Ghats in Coimbatore, Tamilnadu by Raj
Coimbatore is situated at the border of the Western Ghats. Plenty of tanks and wetlands in conjunction with the mountains make Coimbatore wetlands a popular migration spot for some rare and exclusive wildlife like spot billed pelican, painted stork, ibis, teal, and black winged stilt, etc. The Coimbatore region also boasts of endangered wildlife like Indian elephant, wild boars, Gaur, Nilgiri Tahr, etc. 
The Parambikkulam wildlife sanctuary and various scenic waterfalls like the Siruvani waterfalls, Monkey Falls, etc. situated around Coimbatore make this place a nature lover’s paradise. As if this was not enough, the Coimbatore region boasts of several dams and lakes as well.People visiting Coimbatore can always take a trip to Ooty as Coimbatore to Ooty is only an80-km journey!
Temples galore

Temples in Coimbatore, Tamilnadu by Ramnaganat
A tour to South India is never complete without the mention of temples, and Coimbatore does not disappoint! The city is dotted with artistic and imposing temple complexes, which are sure to draw the awe of every visitor. The Marudamalaitemple, Eachanari Vinayagar temple, Perur Pateeswarar Temple, and the Anubhavi Subramaniar Temple are a few of the famous temple complexes located in Coimbatore or in the vicinity of the city.

Each temple has its own historic importance and speciality. While the Marudamalaitemple is built in Dravidian style and is 1200 years old, the Vinayagar temple boasts of having the largest statue of Lord Ganesha in South India. Amongst all the places to visit in Coimbatore, the temples are one of the most important tourist attractions. A visit to Coimbatore cannot be considered complete without a visit to these temples

Foodie junction
Sea food in Coimbatore, Tamilnadu by Wikipedia
A foodie’s appetite is put to rest after eating the sumptuous and mouth-watering food that the hotels and eateries in Coimbatore have to offer. Be it traditional ‘sapad’ or seafood, Coimbatore is full of restaurants that have the best food to offer.

The stay is taken care of by the wide range of budget as well as luxury hotels in Coimbatore that suit all pockets and tastes.
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