St George Fort, built by the British East India Company in 1644, is located in Chennai and covers an area of 6.5 acres.
Elliot's Beach, known as "Bessie," is in Chennai's Besant Nagar. Edward Elliot, the former Governor of Madras (now Chennai), designated the city's cleanest beach.
Birla Science & Technology Center and Museum in Kotturpuram is popular. It is a popular Tamil Nadu and Chennai tourist attraction.
Marina Beach is one of India's longest and most popular beaches in Tamil Nadu and Chennai. It's a must-see beach for everyone.
St. Thomas Church in Chennai was erected by the Portuguese in the 16th century. In 1896, it was renovated into a neo-gothic structure.
The mosque is in Chennai's center. Festivals and other celebrations light up the mosque, hence the name. In 1810, Nawab Umdat-ul-Umrah built it.
Chennai's oldest neighborhood, Mylapore, is a cultural center. Religion and culture abound in the city. Old churches and temples mark Mylapore.
It was founded in 1952 by the Imperial War Graves Commission to honor Indo-British soldiers and got their graves from cantonment and civil due to the lack of care.
The best place to go fishing is at Royapuram Fishing Harbour, also known as Kasimedu Fishing Harbour, which is managed by Chennai Port.
Chennai's southern East Coast Road has Golden Beach. Like its name, the beach has golden sand, clear water, and breathtaking views.
Velankani is a prominent Chennai shrine dedicated to the lady of good health. The place is a Christmas pilgrimage for its followers.
Valluvar Kottam honors Tamil poet, philosopher, and thinker Thiruvalluvar for his contributions to society. It's Tamil cultural heritage.
In Valmiki Nagar in Chennai, Breezy Beach is a normally calm beach. Visitors can enjoy the sea wind while having a picnic on the beach.
The MGR Railway station is near Chennai Corporation's headquarters. Neoclassical architecture in colonial style with ionic and Corinthian elements.