VOC Park & Zoo
Perur Lord Shiva Temple
Eachanari Vinayagar Temple
Bannari Amman Temple
If there is one city in Tamil Nadu that can strike a perfect balance between the cosmopolitan lifestyle and rich cultural heritage with serenity, it has to be Coimbatore, the Manchester of South India. Coimbatore is a home to a large number of textile mills, textile machinery manufacturing industries and hosiery units and it is a major hub for trade, especially in cotton goods and hence known as the ‘Cotton City’. It is also India’s leading supplier of pumps and machinery parts and thus has a varied range of industries concentrated in and around. With its historic geographical significance and economic relevance, it makes the visitors of the city more fascinating and delighted.
Coimbatore is a proud host of students from all corners of the country. Because of the quality of the education offered, it is considered to be the educational hub of Tamil Nadu. With all these merits, Coimbatore is considered to be the perfect launchpad by the aspiring industrialists and entrepreneurs of Tamil Nadu.
The scenic hill stations of Ooty, Munnar, Yercaud and Kodaikanal, the historic temples of Perur, and Palani, the historic city of Madurai and Tanjore, the enchanting backwaters and ayurvedic health resorts of Kerala are only a few to be named and are a few hours drive from Coimbatore. It is well connected by air and surface transport. This friendly city, has a salubrious climate and is surrounded by major tourist spots, and has always been a natural favourite with international tourists.
The Grand Regent
Grain of Salt
Ice Cream Parlours
Cafe Coffee Day
Address: Avinashi Road, Peelamedu, Coimbatore.
Brooke Fields Mall
Address: Dr Krishnasamy mudaliyar Road, Coimbatore.
Address: Sivanandhapuram, Saravanampatty, Coimbatore.