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February 17, 2012
Location of Kodaikanal
Location of Kodaikanal
Kodaikanal is a city located in the hills of the Dudigul district of Tamil Nadu. In the Tamil language, the name Kodaikanal means the "Gift of the Forests" and owing to its natural, scenic beauty Kodaikanal is also referred to as the "Princess of Hill Stations". Kodaikanal has long been popular as a tourist destination and is much has a much cooler climate as compared to cities like Chennai
and Bangalore. Established in 1845, the local economy of Kodaikanal is based on the hospitality and tourism industry.
Tourist Attractions
Known for its natural beauty and serenity, Kodaikanal attracts many tourists year after year. There are many places worth exploring in the city, including the following:
Bryant Park Shenbaganur Museum
The Boat Club Kodaikanal Lake
Coaker's Walk Guna Cave
Hotels and Accommodation
Being popular with tourists and honeymooners, Kodaikanal has many options when it comes to staying. Most of these hotels provide guests with a beautiful view of the hills and a comfortable stay.
How to Reach Kodaikanal
Being a popular tourist destination, there are many ways to get to Kodaikanal. Here are a few ways to get there:
The nearest railway station to Kodiakanal is Kodai Road Station which is 64 kms from Kodaikanal and also Palani station which is around 80 kms from Kodaikanal.
Kodaikanal is well connected by roadways to cities like Chennai, Ooty, YTrichy, Madurai, Coimbatore and Kumili among others.
The nearest airport to Kodaikanal is Madurai, which is 120 kms from Kodaikanal.
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