Explore Ramanathapuram: Heritage Coastal City Of Tamil Nadu!

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Gopika VC

The city has a significant Purana-era legacy. The city's Hindu mythology makes it a good pilgrimage spot.

It's a railway bridge. It connects Rameswaram and Mandapam, but a government order restricted public transit due to its bad state.

Pamban Bridge

Ramanathapuram has long been a Hindu pilgrimage site. Hindus from around India visit this temple to worship.

Ramanathaswamy Temple, Rameswaram

This island's main attraction is that it's completely uninhabited. It is also near Sri Lanka, which boosts tourism.


The museum displays several photos, paintings, and items used by the former Indian president. Missile replicas are also displayed in his honor.

Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam’s Memorial

From 10 in the morning to 5 in the evening, you can go to the museum. Make sure you don't plan to go on a Friday, which is when the museum is closed every week.

Ramalinga Vilasam Palace

This mosque has a 400-year history. This location has 4 mosques. This mosque honors Sayyad Ali Sultan Ibrahim Shahid and his family.

Erwadi Darha

Lord Rama worshipped Navagraha in this village. This village also has a Hindu temple. This temple honors Devi, not Rama.

Devipattinam (Nava Bashinam)

From Ramanathapuram's city center, the temple may about 10 kilometres away. Temple architecture is fascinating.


The destination's main draw is the old Shiva temple. The temple's Emerald deity sculpture draws aestheticians and casual tourists.

Thiru Uthirakosamangai

The island covers 66 hectares. If you want to visit this island on your Kurusadi island vacation, aim to arrive between 7 and 2 in the morning.

Kurusadi Island