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George Town is one of the busiest and most commercial neighbourhoods of Chennai.
It may not boast of pubs or restaurants, but it surely offers something that the rest of Chennai can’t - a strong whiff of history. This historical area located in north Chennai is where the city of Madras was officially born in 1640 alongside Fort St. George. A walk here leads you to the well-established specialised bazaars and wholesale markets selling everything under the sun: fabrics, fruits, vegetables, spices, fabrics, camera, perfumes, jewellery, etc. Home to the High Court and other State institutions and famous for a large resident Sindhi and Marwari community, George Town is a rich congregation of shrines of different faiths within its boundaries – from Hindu and Jain temples to churches, mosques and synagogue. If you are craving some authentic North Indian food, head to streets of Sowcarpet for chaat, vada pav and other popular street snacks.
This temple is located on the OMR - around 5 kms from the Sholiganallur junction. The temple is maintained very clean and good. The temple is said to be built by Pallavas. The devotees visiting this temple believe that all sorrows shall be banished when worshipped here.
Timings of the temple - 7.00 AM to 10.00 AM and 5 PM...
"Beautiful musical instruments museum in the heart of city"
reviewed 5 September 2019 by Solo117784
Extremely well laid out and beautiful display. The explanation in Tamil and English for each of the instruments is excellent. The display of visitor book with comments and signature of leaders of bygone years was awesome.
Overall enjoyed the extremely well organized and quite museum in the middle of the city.
Even though in many aspects this is an unremarkable and smallish Victorian church on a very busy road I recommend to pop in to admire the pictures. A few shiny, colourful, bold and thoroughly Indian images depict Jesus and Christianity in a style mostly associated with Hindu imagery; I found ‘Space’ Jesus and the red lights behind the cross particularly...
Great surroundings and ambience at the Cafe at breakfast. A sumptuous and delectable spread and extremely courteous hospitality team with Bavani at the front.
Please keep up the great work and wish you all the very best.
Stayed here for three days. The hotel is located at a busy area and transportation between the hotel and within the city will not be a problem. The food available at the hotel was good, The hotel is a budget hotel. Overall good experience.
This is quite a good accommodation in a very convenient location . The rooms are no luxurious, but very function with all the amenities required for comfortable stay. Hygenic and spacious. The room service is not bad. Food served is also quite good. I stayed here for 3 nights comfortably with my family
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GOOD services more than anything else you want it to you later today and tomorrow night and sweet and nice day for the next time you coming back for the day off today so we could go on and off we can go out and get
This hotel in the Sowcarpet area is reasonably priced for the rooms they offer and service they give. The room is good and spacious. The cleanliness is well maintained. The food servied is good. Above all the staff are extremely well behaved and give a very good service. They really add value. They are helpful and very efficeint. We had...
One of the best hotel in Chennai. receptionists were really helpful and friendly. Great staff who knew how to serve the customer. The room was well equipped and the service was excellent. Simply loved it.