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Tourist Sites Near Kerala



Generally, the main occupation of any tourist, is touring the various nooks and corners of the place that you are visiting. However, once you feel you have had a thorough tour to the place, you can opt for the places nearby. Accordingly, if you think that you have had more than enough of Kerala, set out of the state boundaries. The tourist sites near Kerala including the neighboring states of Tamil Nadu and Karnataka provide a huge array of tourist attractions. Tours of the following tourist places beyond Kerala can be utterly fulfilling:

Bangalore:
The forerunner in the field of IT industry, Bangalore is home to a number of historical monuments as well. The traditional Dravidian and modern styled architecture at the Vidhan Soudha are elements to be marveled at. The exquisite array of flowers at the Lalbagh Botanical Gardens which hosts regular flower shows is another attraction here. The Fort and Palace of Tipu Sultan, the Venkataramanaswamy Temple, the Someshwara Temple, Venkatappa art gallery, Bangalore palace and the Cubbon Park are various other places to be visited here.

Mysore:
A city of palaces, gardens, shady avenues and sacred temples, Mysore is also known as the sandalwood city of India. The Mysore Palace, Jaganmohan Palace, Chamundi Hill, St. Philomena’s Church, Brindavan Gardens are the various places of interest in this city.


Mangalore:
With narrow meandering lanes, lanky coconut trees, beautiful beaches, temples and churches and quaint gable-roofed houses, the seaport town of Mangalore offers Sultan Battery, St. Aloysius Church, Kadri Manjunath Temple, Light House Hill-Garden, Kudroli Gokarnath Temple, Shri Sharavu Mahaganapathi Temple, Mangaladevi Temple as tourist attractions.

Hampi:
Located on top of a rough terrain at an altitude of 467 meters above sea level with the Tungabhadra River meandering through the town, Hampi is famous for its ruins of the former medieval Hindu kingdom of Vijaynagar, in the state of Karnataka. Virupaksha Temple, Ugra Narasimha, Vithala Temple, Hazara Rama Temple, Queen's Bath are the various interesting tourist sites near Kerala.

Chennai:
The capital of Tamil Nadu, Chennai Kapaleeswarar, the Santhomre Cathedral Church, Sri Parthasarathy Temple, the Snake Park, the Theosophical Society, Fort St. George, and most importantly, the exotic Marina Beach.

Mahabalipuram:
Situated on a rough outcrop between the beach and a lagoon, the city of Mahabalipuram offers various tourist places like Arjuna’s Penance, the Varaha Cave, Shore Temple, Vedanthangal, Krishna Mandapam, Kanchipuram, Covelong, Crocodile Bank, and Muttukadu.

While going on a tour to visit the various nearby tourist attractions in Kerala you can be assured of one thing – to discover the various customs and cultures of the different communities of different states.

Log on to www.touristplacesinindia.com which gives online information on the various Tourist Sites near Kerala on your tour to India.