Map of different formats, colors, sizes, and resolutions of your choice. Call now +91-9999764565. Email us at sales@indmaps.com

Chennai City Map

Chennai City Map  
*Chennai City Map Showing road, railway, hospital, hotel etc.

Disclaimer
State: Tamil Nadu
Official Language: Tamil
Other Languages Spoken: English, Hindi, Urdu, Malayalam
Area: 178.20 sq. km
Temperature in Summers: 37 °C (Max) 21.10 °C (Min)
Temperature in Winter: 32 °C (Max) 19.81 °C (Min)
Rainfall: 1,272 mm
Literacy Rate: 80.14 %
Monsoon: June to September (South-West Monsoon), October to December (North-East Monsoon)
Season: Tropical throughout the year.
Altitude: 60 m above sea level
Religions: Hindu, Islam, Christians, Sikhs, Parsis, Buddhists, Jains
Regional Language: Tamil, English, Hindi, Urdu, Malayalam
Transportation: Roadways, Railways, Airways and Water Transportation
Main Attractions: Marina Beach, Snake Park, St. George Fort, Kapaleeshwar Temple, Santhome Cathedral, National Art Gallery, etc.
Best Time to visit: November to February

Chennai Map gives the detailed information of city; as shown in the city map of Chennai, there are wide ranges of information including, localities name, landmarks, tourists’ attractions, hotels, shopping complex, airport, roads, public buildings etc are given.
Located nearby the coast of Bay Bengal in southern India, Chennai is the capital city of Tamil Nadu. It is one of the most developed and tourists cities of India. The city is settled along the Bay of Bengal and it is well organized and structured. Today, the city is hub of various industries including, shipping industries, automobile, IT, hardware, healthcare and many other manufacturing industries. The city Chennai is also centre of Carnatic Music that hosts a variety of cultural events every year. Likewise, the city Chennai is one of the business centres of state South India. The name of city was ‘Madras’ that changed a few years ago as Chennai.
As shown in the city map of Chennai, the city is not only pretty developed but also well planned. The city life is quite peaceful and also popular for tourism purpose. The port city Chennai has also quite busy and one of the international airports of India.
The important tourists’ attractions in Chennai are:

  • Marina Beach
  • Government Museum Complex
  • Fort St George
  • Kapaleeshwarar temple
  • Vadapalani temple
  • St. Thomas Mount
  • Thousand Lights Mosque
  • Guindy National Park
  • Arignar Anna Zoological Park
Chennai, the capital of Tamil Nadu state is the largest city of southern India and the fourth largest metropolis in the country. The present town was founded in 1639, by Sir Francis day, who arrived with East India Company. The British East India Company established a fort and trading post at the small fishing village of Chennai. The city still retains a distinct British ambience, which is aptly reflected in its numerous buildings, old cathedrals and wide tree lined avenues. It was also a major centre of Cholas and pallavas, the glorious remains of the Cholas and Pallavas culture can be seen in the ancient temples and tanks.

Chennai, the ‘cultural capital of India’ continues to stick on to many rich traditions and preserve the very best of Indian culture and traditions. It has also emerged as a major industrial and educational centre of the country.

REACHING THERE
By Air: Chennai has Kamaraj National and the Anna International airports located in a large complex at Trisulam in Meenambakkam, about 17 kms.  from the city.
By Rail: Chennai is the headquarters of the Southern Railway and is linked by rail with important cities of the country. There are two main railway stations - Chennai Central and Egmore.
By Road: Chennai is connected by National Highway 4, 5 and 45. 

Chennai is is the second leading exporter of information technology (IT) and business process outsourcing (BPO) services in India also known as the ‘Gateway to South India’. It is located towards the south east and along the coastal plains of India , the Tidel Park is the largest IT Park in Asia. Cricket is the famous sport in Chennai . The Cancer Institute is one of the oldest cancer hospitals in India established in 1920. It is one amongst the four metropolitan city's and the smallest one in the sub continent.

Chennai  is known as the cultural hub of South India. It has an international and domestic airport terminal, an important metropolitan city is very well-connected to all the major cities of India as well as with the countries. The city is famous for its heritage in classical dance, music, sculpture, crafts, architecture etc and prime attractions in the city are popular temples, churches and mosques.