Tambaram Offers among other amusements hi-tech ones
like space shuttle, wave pool, white water, flume ride,
MGM “Dizzle World” Beach Resort
24 kMS towards Mahabalipuram,(Near Muttukadu). Has
amusement park, unique water sports.
Annanagar, extravagant indoor amusement park, especially
for children packed with bumper carrides, play pens and
all sorts of new games.
Dash ‘N Splash
30 Kms from Central Station. South India’s exclusive
water park. Has wave spiral and free fall slides and
flumes from height of 12ft to 35ft.
VGP Golden Beach
30 Kms from Chennai. A popular beach resort and
amusement park filled with children’s games, parks and
The city’s Marina Beach, bordered by gardens, lies just
to the South of the War Memorial. It is claimed to be
the second largest in the world, about 13 kms.
For a balmy holiday, the fishing village of Covelong has
an excellent stretch of beach. This lies 55 km enroute
to Mamallapuram which is 60 km from Madras and is a
breathtaking seaside haven ideal for a relaxing holiday.
Besantnagar. Located in a more quiet and sedate
ambience, ideal for sunset strolls.
Dev Centre for Musical Instruments
Mylapore. An exquisite collection of ancient and modern
musical instruments, both original and prototype can be
Beach road. An exclusive museum which preserves relics
of the British era including original correspondence of
National Art Gallery and Museum
Built in 1906, the Chennai National Art Gallery was
originally intended to be a memorial to queen Victoria.
An impressive certal dome flanked a series of smaller
domes supported by pillars on each side. After
independence, it became an art Gallery in 1951. It has
bronze exhibits dating from 10th to 13th centuries and
paintings of Rajasthani and Mughals of the 17th century.
Established in 1857, the museum can justify its claim to
being one of India’s best. There are large sectiors
devoted to Archacology, Anthropology, Geology,
Numismatics, Zoology and Botany along with comprehensive
collections of arms and armour.