India is turned as the favourite destination for a tourist these days. The reason behind is popularity of tourist destinations as many big websites are created with countless information on numerous spots. Kanyakumari is the place having religious background and some astonishing natural spots for vacations. Southern India is unique with ample of religious and historical places covered with the Indian Ocean. Kanyakumari is the place where three different seas are getting united.
This beach city is named on goddess Amman Kanyakumari, which is the reason that people have religious faith in this place. The exuberant view such as sunrise and sunset is special thing to watch in Kanyakumari. The big beaches allow an unlimited tourist to enjoy the waves of sea and beautiful beaches. The sands at such beaches are unique with multicolor. With enormous tourist reaching this spot every year makes it a different Indian tourist place, particularly for such people love nature. Kanyakumari is also famous because it is the end location of India where the India ends their land limit. The next land destination after Kanyakumari is Sri Lanka and because of such a thing Kanyakumari is having lots of importance for Indians.
A tourist attraction at Kanyakumari:
Kanyakumari Shrine: the shrine where worship of Goddess Durga is performed is Kanyakumari temple. This shrine place is fanatical to Goddess Parvati.
Lady of Ransom Church: the next attraction spot of Kanyakumari is ransom church. This church was assembled in the 15th century so its architectural design is special to watch.
Rock Memorial: Swami Vivekananda memorial is also exclusive spot for a tourist in Kanyakumari. This is the location where Swami ji took long time for meditation. This memorial is constructed in 1970 on the rock in the sea. The big statue of Tamil writer Thiruvallur is also special thing to watch in this memorial.
Mahatma Gandhi Memorial: another spot in Kanyakumari is Gandhi Memorial, which provides the immense civilizing significance. Mahatma Gandhi toured to Kanyakumari in 1925 and spends his valuable time at this place. Constructed period of this commemorative plaque is 1952.
Government Museum: positioned on the Gandhi Road, government museum was constructed in 1991. Here tourist can view sculptures, paintings and portals of early period.
Vattakottai Fort: a fort known as Vattakottai was constructed by Captain Lannoy on sea board. The motive for structure was to provide shelter to Dutch people.
Padmanabha Puram Palace: a well-known palace of Kanyakumari is located close to Thuckalay. Thuckalay is the small town of near Kanyakumari spread in just 4 kms. The hills of Veli are natural spot for a tourist where the greenery and enjoyable view are available.
Kanyakumari is the small town who can effortlessly be covered in less time so tourist can enjoy the spots multiple times. Spending moment of life could be amazing at this place. Some more destinations available are Lord Datta Temple, Suchindram, Panchappathi, Nagercoil, Udayagiri Fort, Mathur Hanging Trough, Wax museum, Chitharal Jain Monuments, Thirunandikkara temple, Thengapattinam Beach, Olakaruvi waterfalls, Keeriparai, Kodhayar, Pechiparai Reservoir, Thiruparrapu Falls, Muttom, Sanguthurai Beach and Mukkudal reservoir. These all spots are special and available for tourist all time.
Attainment to Kanyakumari:
By Air: closest airbase to Kanyakumari is Trivandrum which is properly connected with International Airport. It is just 87 km away from the city Kanyakumari. Trivandrum is also linked with major cities through domestic airlines.
By Train: Kanyakumari is the junction which means the big rail network is available to reach this place. Trivandrum Central is another big station allied to almost every part of India.
By Bus: countless private and government bus services are accessible from Kanyakumari to various other big cities of India. TNRTC (Tamil Nadu Road Transport Corporation) buses are available to reach Kanyakumari with no worries.