Total 10 destination found in Coimbatore

Marudhamalai Hill temple   Coimbatore

Subramaniyaswami Temple, Marudamalai it is considered as 7 House of Lord Murugan is a popular hill temple dedicated to Hindu god Murugan, situated near Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, India. Like most Murugan temples, the temple is situated upon a hillock, part of the Western Ghats about 12 km west from the city of Coimbatore. Thai Poosam and other Murugan festivals are celebrated.

Dhyanalinga Yogic Temple   Coimbatore

The Dhyanalinga is a Yogic temple located 30 km (19 mi) from Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu. The temple was consecrated by Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev, a yogi and mystic. The temple is consecrated using prana prathista and is dedicated for meditation. Silence is maintained inside the temple. Dhyana in the Sanskrit language, means meditation and linga means form. Dhyanalinga is claimed by the owners of the temple to be a powerful and unique energy form created from the distilled essence of yogic sciences and

Black Thunder Theme Park   Coimbatore

Black Thunder is a water theme park located in Tamil Nadu, India. It is situated at the foot of Nilgiris near Mettupalayam, in Coimbatore 40 km north of the city and occupies an area of about 75 acres (300,000 m2). The park offers about 49 rides, Surf Hill and the Wild River Ride notable among them. Theme park has a multi-cuisine restaurant in big open lawn. At theme park, tourists can engage themselves in leisure activities. Besides, there is Childrens Play Zone at the amusement park.

Monkey Falls   Coimbatore

Monkey Falls are natural waterfalls located near the uphill ghat road Valparai on the Pollachi-Valparai road in the Anaimalai Hills range, in Coimbatore district. Monkey Falls is about 30 km from Pollachi. Refreshing Natural Water Falls about 6 km from Azhiyar Dam. Monkey Falls is located on road connecting Pollachi and Valparai.

Perur Siva Temple   Coimbatore

Perur Siva temple dedicated to Lord Siva is located 7 kilometers to the west of Noyyal River. The deity of this temple is considered Swayambu Lingam that is, self emerged. However, the greatest attraction here is the Kanaka Sabha, built in Dravidian architecture and adorned by a gold plated statue of Nataraja. The best time to visit the temple would be during the festival of Panguni Uthiram. The festival is celebrated in its full spirit during the month of March. There is a Patti Vinayag

Eachanari Vinayagar Temple   Coimbatore

Eachanari Vinayagar Temple is a temple dedicated to Hindu god Vinayagar, situated near Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, India. The temple is situated about 12 km from the city of Coimbatore on NH 209. It is said that when the idol of Vinayaga measuring 5 feet high and 3 feet in diameter was being transported from Madurai in a cart for installation at Perur Pateeswarar Temple, the axle of the cart broke and it became seated in the place where the temple was constructed. The best time to visit the Eachan

Velliangiri Mountains   Coimbatore

The Velliangiri Mountains, a part of the Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve, are situated at the Western Ghats border of Coimbatore district, Tamil Nadu. Known as the "Thenkailayam - Kailash of the South", these mountains are held and revered on par with spiritually most powerful place on the planet - Mount Kailash, the legendary abode of Lord Shiva. On the top of the Velliangiri Mountains, Shiva is worshipped as Swayambhu, one who is self-created and in this form, he graces the devotees. This mountain

VOC Park and Zoo   Coimbatore

V O Chidambaranar park and zoo (abbreviated VOC park) is a zoological garden and amusement park located in Coimbatore . The park has around 890 animals including 335 birds, 106 mammals and 54 reptiles. The park is named after freedom fighter V O Chidambaram Pillai and is managed by Coimbatore city Corporation. There is a park, childrens play area and ground associated with the zoo. The park also has a toy train, jurassic park and aquarium. The grounds are used for conducting fairs and events inc

Siruvani Falls and Dam   Coimbatore

Siruvani Waterfalls and the dam named after them are located 35 km (22 mi) west of Coimbatore in the Western Ghats. The reservoir at Siruvani was built for Tamil Nadu by the Kerala government with funds collected by the Tamil Nadu government to meet the drinking water requirements of Coimbatore. The gateways on either side of the road across the dam are typical of the Kerala and Tamil architectural styles. Siruvani is also home to certain tribals like the Mudugars and Irulars. Water from Siruva

Amaravathy Reservoir   Coimbatore

Amaravathi Reservoir at Amaravathinagar, 25 km (16 mi) south on SH 17 from Udumalpet, is located in Indira Gandhi Wildlife Sanctuary and National Park in Tirupur district, Tamil Nadu. The reservoir was created by the steep Amaravathi Dam built across the Amaravathi River. The Amaravathi Sagar Crocodile Farm, established in 1976, the largest crocodile nursery in India, is 1 kilometre before the Amaravathy dam site.