Chennai is one of the top tourist places in South India. One of India’s oldest metropolises, Chennai is an amalgamation of heritage temples, historical monuments, buzzing streets and modern skyscrapers. Chennai, the capital city of Tamil Nadu, is the perfect confluence of the old and new - the city is symbolic of the state’s culture, art and heritage.
There are numerous old temples in Chennai, which, built centuries of years back, stand as testimonies of the city’s spiritual heritage. As you visit Chennai this time, do not forget to visit these well-known temples in Guindy.
Dedicated to Hindu deities Arulmigu Kapleeshwar - this temple was built in the 7th century by the Pallavas. The temple features the Dravidian style architecture which includes intricate wood and stone carvings, ornate pillars and a Gopuram at the doorway.
One of the trinity sea shore temples in Tamil Nadu, Marundeeswarar Temple, is located in Thiruvanmiyur, adjacent to the Bay of Bengal beach. Believed to be built in the 11 th century, this is one of the most revered Shiva temples in the country. Shiva is worshipped in the form of Marundeeswarar, the healer of all ailments, in this temple.
Marundeeswarar Temple, is about 9.5 km from Hablis Hotel Chennai, our business hotel in Guindy.
The resplendent temple in colours of gold, built around the placid water bodies, is one of the must visit temples in Chennai. Built in 1680, this temple’s entrance tower, known as Gopuram, is the tallest in South India. Celebrations, especially during the festivals of Chithirai, Aadi, Markazhi and Panguni, are celebrated with pomp here.
Located in Kanchipuram, the Ekambareswarar Temple is 65 km from Hablis Hotel Chennai, our business hotel in Guindy.
Arulmigu Sri Parthasarathy Swamy Temple
This temple, a must-visit tourist spot in Chennai, is about 12 km away from Hablis Hotel Chennai, our business hotel in Guindy.
Ashtalakshmi Temple, Chennai
Located on the shoreline of Elliot’s Beach, the Ashtalakshmi Temple in Chennai is a Lakshmi temple dedicated to the eight avatars of the deity. The serene ambience of the temple is its biggest draw. Built in 1970, this temple features intricate designs and architecture of South Indian temples.
This temple in Chennai is about 11.5 km from Hablis Hotel Chennai, our business hotel in Guindy.