Kanyakumari Information



Kanyakumari information deals with the all round information of the city and the district of Kanyakumari, Tamil Nadu . The Kanyakumari district, which is located to the southern most tip of the country, attracts thousands of tourists each year. The view of the sea from the Vivekananda Rock is breathtaking. The confluence of the three major water bodies, surrounding the Indian peninsular, meets at this point. The Thiruvalluvar statue, the Vivekananda Memorial, the Gandhi Memorial, the Baywatch Amusement park are some of the many tourist attractions in Kanyakumari city. Besides that there are many tourist destinations throughout the Kanyakumari district.

The basics of the information, which should be always kept with tourists as well as citizens, are the emergency numbers. This includes the police station details, ambulance service numbers, hospital numbers and addresses, fire service numbers, blood donation bank details, mortuary bank numbers, eye donation institutions and the likes. Both government and private sectors work to make life better and safer for the people and tourists.

Significantly, during the 2004 Tsunami disaster of South Asia, Kanyakumari was one of the worst hit regions. Hundreds were injured, killed and many were dislocated. It was during this hour of emergency, the real stamina of the emergency service units was tested. Truly the Kanyakumari police, ambulance services, Kanyakumari hospitals and even the fire brigade workers did a marvelous job in replacing normal life.



Last Updated on 9/15/2011

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