Tiruchirappalli: Top Attractions That You Can Visit In A Day

Written By

Gopika VC

Kallanai Dam is built across the Kaveri river. The dam is 15km from downtown. The dam is substantial for the period it was built. Dam is 2000 years old

Kallanai Dam


The government recently built the Thiruchirappalli Railway Museum to better serve tourists. General Manager Rakesh Misra opened the museum on 18 February 2014.

Railway Museum


A holy site in Thiruchirappalli. The temple worships Lord Shiva. Hindus from throughout the country visit the temple yearly.

Erumbeeswarar Temple


Pachamalai Hills is an Eastern Ghats hill range. Kallar and Sweata Nadi are two mountain rivers. Pachamalai Hills are 80km from Thiruchirappalli.

Pachamalai Hills


The nation's most charming church. Early in colonial administration, the church was built. Church built in 1792. The church is old and has a colonial past.

St. Joseph’s Church


Tamil Nadu's top tourism destination. It's also a popular pilgrimage place. The Ranganathaswamy temple is Dravidian, like others in Thiruchirappalli.

Ranganathaswamy Temple


Near the falls, there are many tamarind groves. Stream, forest sections, and lush greenery make it a relaxing holiday spot.

Puliyancholai Falls


Another Thiruchirappalli Hindu pilgrimage site. Lord Murugan, son of Shiva and Parvathi, is worshipped in the temple.

Vayalur Murugan Temple


This temple attracts persons interested in Hinduism's spiritual and philosophical components. The temple and surroundings were the Vaishnava dynasty's capital.

Jambukeshwara Temple


This is a significant landmark in Trichy. If you're planning a visit, this is where you must go to feel the city's pulse.

Rock Fort Temple