Hotel Chennai Gate

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Hotel Chennai Gate is ideally located in front of the Egmore - Railway Station, Which is 2 KM away from Central Railway Station and 16 KM from International / Domestic airports. Chennai GateProvides you comfort with 31 splendid Air - Conditioned rooms with individual controls and fully furnished.

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About Chennai

Chennai is the fourth largest metropolitan area of India and the capital city of the Indian state of Tamil Nadu. Located on the Coromandel Coast of the Bay of Bengal, Chennai had a population of 4.2 million in the 2001 census within its municipal corporation. The urban agglomeration of Chennai has an estimated population over 8 million, making it one of the largest urban agglomerations in India. The city was established in the 17th century by the British, who developed it into a major urban centre and naval base. By the 20th century, it had become an important administrative centre, as the capital of the Madras Presidency. Chennai's economy has a broad industrial base in the automobile, technology, hardware manufacturing, and healthcare industries.

The city is home to much of India's automobile industry and is the country's second largest exporter of software, Information Technology (IT) and information-technology-enabled services (ITES), behind Bangalore.

Chennai Zone contributes 39 per cent of the State’s GDP. Chennai accounts for 60 per cent of the country’s automotive exports and is sometimes referred to as "the Detroit of India". Chennai hosts a large cultural event, the annual Madras Music Season, which includes performances by hundreds of artists. The city has a vibrant theatre scene and is an important centre for the Bharatanatyam, a classical dance form. The Tamil film industry, known as Kollywood, is based in the city; the soundtracks of the movies dominate its music scene. The city faces problems of water shortages, traffic congestion and air pollution.

Place To Visit

Marina beach is located on the eastern side of Chennai, adjoining the Bay of Bengal. Watching the sun set and rise from the beach is a fascinating experience. Though bathing and swimming can be dangerous, as the undercurrent is very strong, even then people come for swimming here. In the evenings, the beach is virtually a fair ground with various kinds of entertainment and food stalls lining the beach. The Valluvar Kottam, on the corner of Kodambakkam High road and Village Road, honours the acclaimed Tamil Poet, Thiruvalluvar, whose classic work, the Kural, is reputed to be about 2000 years old. Established in 1976, Valluvar Kottam replicates ancient Tamil architecture with the 1330 verse Kural inscribed on panels. The Valluvar Kottam open daily 8 am to 6 pm. This Museum in Chennai is best known for two important collections: sculptures from Amarvati and its famed Bronze Gallery. The Amaravati collection has panels, pillars, carved railings and Buddha statues of Milky white marble from a Buddhist stupa excavated at Amaravati, Andhra Pradesh. There are bronze sculptures from the later Pallava, Chola, Hoysala and Chalukya periods. Spencer Plaza is one of Chennai's finest & largest shopping mall and covers over a million square feet.In Spencer Plaza complex, leading names like food world, music world, health & glow, vummidiars, van heusen, proline, arrow, american express, allen solly besides a lot of retailers dealing with jewellery, domestic appliances, leather goods and handicrafts are housed. This Zoological Park is situated in the outskirts of the Chennai metropolitan. The forests are of dry deciduous and dry evergreen scrub types. It was in the year 1855 that the first zoo in India was established in Chennai. Later on in 1979 it was shifted to the 510 hectares of sprawling complex. Temple Kapaleswara temple is situated at Mylapore in Chennai {Madras}. Its ornate gopuram tower is a riot of color, matched only by the vivid saris of worshippers at the three-hundred-year-old temple. The government Museum displays fine bronzes of Hindu deities created by artisans of the Chola period (ninth through thirteenth centuries) which bespeak the devotions of the time, so similar to those of today.

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