Madurai – Information

Basic Madurai – information is necessary before visiting the enchanting temple city. Some important information on Madurai like emergency numbers of utility service providers, polices stations, blood banks etc. help not only the tourists and visitors but the residents of the city as well.

One of the major cities of Tamil Nadu, Madurai covers an area of 22 square kilometers. The population of Madurai is 904, 665, according to the 2001 census. The main spoken languages in Madurai are Tamil, Saurashtrian and English. The city is well connected with road, rail and air transport. Madurai has its own airport, which is located only 10 kilometers from the heart of the city.

One can dial 100 or direct numbers of Police stations in Madurai in case of any urgent need. For ambulances, one can contact the ambulance service providers of Madurai like City Clinic, Rajaji Hospital etc. or can dial 101.

To avail the Internet facility in Madurai, a tourist can visit any of the numerous cyber cafes in the city. Some of them are Galatta Hub, Cyber Club, Net Desam and Net Avenue.

To avoid the hassle of visiting a bank, one can visit the ATM centers of different banks like ICICI, HDFC and SBI.

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Last Updated on 9/15/2011



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