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Peacock Trail Walking Tour in Mylapore
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Reviewed 1 week ago

In tamil they say Mylai is Kailai ! THat is people equate Mylapore to Kailash.. It has Shirdi Sai Temple , Ramakrishna Math with a great Temple. Karpagambal-Kapaleeswar Temple is a very divine place. I saw Pradosha Pooja being performed there even by about 1989.....More

Thank Narasimhan G
Reviewed 1 week ago

mylapore kapleeswarar temple sai baba temple, velleeswarar temple and so on to visit in mylapore. center place of chennai city. mylapore market is having that much of fresh vegetables in the evening. we can enjoy by walking in that area, going to temple

Thank anusuyadevi17
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

A really wonderful place full of delicious smells of dosas, curries ,Tamil meals, mallepoo flowers. Sights also abound- women drawing muggus, people selling massive coconuts while chopping it off dangerously, traditional houses and traditional people. Visit the temples , eat at a nice place, linger...More

Thank Suhasini G
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Mylapore is the Old Madras now called as Chennai . It's still got all old authentic eating houses and cultural centres apart from ancient temples and tanks. Mylapore is also famous for its shopping and traditional art and culture .

Thank Ushkav
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

My Laporte is a old part of city with lot of greenery n tempels,lovely place ,famous for mylapire tank,now it's part of city crowded

Thank shamveelahmed
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

With the Kapaleeswarar temple in the background, it's a great pleasure to shop around! There are exciting restaurants offering spicy south Indian food!

Thank DrMurugesan R
Reviewed 14 April 2017 via mobile

Not far from chennai, mylapore has lot of attractions for a traveller , temples , street vendors, malls and the people is a great attraction for those seeking new destination to explore

Thank 1matkustaa
Reviewed 10 April 2017

If you are a visitor, this area is a must-see. Many temples, shops selling traditional items for temple offerings, flower shops, delicious south Indian restaurants, saree shops, gold and silver, the list goes on! It is crowded and dirty in some areas, but keep an...More

Thank Nchantedtraveller
Reviewed 30 March 2017

Most tourist attractions are located or near by Mylapore area in Chennai like Marina beach, Kapileeshwar temple, St Thomas tomb etc.

1  Thank BharatKumarKondru
Reviewed 22 March 2017

Mylapore = town of peacocks. Legend has it that angry Shiva turned his consort Parvati into a peacock. This area is is one of Cheenai 's most traditional & colourful areas. Great area to explore, including the Kapaleeshwar Temple, & numerous shops.

1  Thank Biddy50
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Apart from Kapeeleswarar temple, what are the other places to explore in Mylapore?
25 January 2015|
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Response from globetrotter3114 | Reviewed this property |
There is Marina beach, a few temples and churches and city centre mall. Vivekanand museum facing the beach is also worth visiting before enjoying a long walk along the lovely wide promenade It is easy to travel by auto... More
É seguro visitar a cidade sozinho? Ou é preciso ter sempre um guia
21 December 2014|
Response from Vika M | Reviewed this property |
Nuno Pires. Eu não fiz passeios com guia, mas estava sempre em grupo (pelo menos 3 pessoas) e também às vezes com amigos indianos, pois pratico um sistema de meditação indiana há 8 anos e tive oportunidade de conhecer... More
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Onde é que separem fazer boas compras e baratas de jóias e tecidos?
21 December 2014|
Response from Vika M | Reviewed this property |
Nuno Pires. Eu não comprei jóias e tecidos na Índia, comprei algumas roupas e presentes em shoppings. Em Mylapore próximo a praia há alguns bons shoppings e há lojas de todos os tipos. Mas não lembro exatamente o nome dos... More
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