September 18, 2021

18 Famous Places to Visit in Dindigul


Top Tourist Attractions in Dindigul

Dindigul is a city in the Tamil Nadu state of India. It is the Dindigul district’s administrative headquarters. Dindigul lies 420 kilometres southwest of Chennai, 100 kilometres from Tiruchirappalli, 66 kilometres from Madurai, and 72 kilometres from Karur, the state capital. Dindigul is a well-known Tamil Nadu city that is located in the Dindigul district. It is known for its tanning, textile, and other processing facilities. The city has a well-developed infrastructure as well as other amenities.

Best Places to Visit in Dindigul

  1. Sirumalai
  2. Annai Velankanni Church
  3. Sirumalai Lake
  4. Observation Tower
  5. Sanjeevani Hills
  6. Saathiyar Basin
  7. Vellimalai Murugan Temple
  8. Khandige Estate
  9. Selvi Koil Point
  10. Agastya Puram
  11. Silver Hills
  12. Soundararaja Perumal Temple, Thadikombu
  13. Arulmigu Dhandayuthapani Swamy Temple, Palani
  14. Legend
  15. Kodaikanal
  16. Kodaikanal Observatory
  17. 20cm Refractor
  18. Astronomy Museum

Best Time to Visit in Dindigul


How to Reach Dindigul

By Bus

Madurai and Dindigul are connected by National Highway 7. Dindigul is located on NH 45A, which links Kanyakumari and Chennai. NH 209 also links Bangalore and Dindigul. Dindigul is crossed by state highways such as the Bathalgundu Road and the Natham Road. Dindigul is served by the state transport corporations of Karnataka, Kerala, and Tamil Nadu. Many other private players feel the same way.

By Train

Dindigul Railway Station has strong connections to both Madurai and Chennai, with all trains running south from Chennai to Madurai passing through. It also is on the passenger railway line between Karur and Madurai, which serves Palani.

By Air

Nearest Airport: The Madurai Airport is 70 km from Dindigul.

Animesh Sharma

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