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Chennai predominantly has a hot and humid weather throughout the year. Summers in Chennai extends from the month of March to June. June is the peak summer month with mercury touching 45°C. The summer heat here is scorching but places closer to the sea stay warm and humid. The cool sea breeze provides some respite at night.


Monsoon in Chennai starts from July and lasts till September with moderate rainfall. Winter is also moderate in Chennai. It starts in November and lasts till February. January is the coolest month but still temperature never dips below 20 degree Celsius. There will be a fair amount of rainfall during winter too, making the weather quite comfortable. The best time to visit Chennai is from November to February.

How To Reach

By Road:

CMBT, one of the biggest bus stations in the entire Asia is located in Chennai. Seven individual state owned corporations have buses to and from Chennai, connecting it with different destinations within South India. Hourly bus service is available for places such as Coimbatore, Pondicherry, Tirupati and Tirunelveli. The city is also quite well connected to other areas in India via five major national highways.

By Air:

The Chennai Airport, situated at a distance of 7 km from the city centre is the third busiest airport in India. There are two separate terminals for domestic and international flights. Many domestic flights are available from here to all major Indian cities. The international terminal is well connected with all major Asian cities as well as other parts of the world.

By Rail:

Chennai Egmore and Chennai Central are two of the main long distance railway stations in the city. Daily trains are available from Chennai to many big cities in the country like Delhi, Bangalore, Mumbai, Kolkata and Coimbatore. Chennai is a major stop for almost all trains starting from Kerala, Tamilnadu to the North and North East states. Metro rail makes transportation within the city easy.


Chennai is often called as the ‘Detroit of India’ due to its significance as a commercial destination. Located at the Coromondal Coast of Bay of Bengal, Chennai is a  a metropolitan city. Being the fourth largest city in India, Chennai has a cosmopolitan culture, still not leaving traces of its grand heritage.


Chennai, which was formerly called Madras has a special charm of its own which sets it apart other Indian cities. A unique blend of heritage, arts and literature co-exist here with modern amenities and a vibrant city life. The city is has many tourist sites, especially the temples and historical monuments that replicate a rich Dravidian style of architecture.


There is something for everyone in Chennai. The intricately carved temples here are a paradise for pilgrims and history lovers. Some of the most popular beaches in the country and many colonial monuments add to the city’s beauty. Chennai is also a major educational hub with a rich legacy of art and culture.


Being a commercial hub, Chennai has a lot to offer to tourists in terms of shopping. From giant shopping malls to traditional shops the city reverberates with commercialism. Chennai is famous for its jewelleries and silks. Anna Nagar, T Nagar and Pondy Bazaar give unmatched shopping experience. Kanchipuram silk saris bought from here at economic prices are in high demand among tourists.


Chennai cuisine is an eclectic mixture of both vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes. Rice is the staple South Indian food. Idlis and varieties of dosas served hot along with choice of chutneys here are famous.