A stay in Tamil Nadu is “an assault on the senses”, according to one travel writer.
Holidaymakers who are set to visit India in the near future may wish to note the comments of one travel expert, who says Tamil Nadu is “brimming with life”.
Jenny Coad, writing for the Daily Mail, states that Tamil Nadu – also known as the Temple State, located in southern India – is an “assault on the senses”.
Visitors to the area – to the east of the well-known city of Kerala – can sample the delights of delicious food from street vendors, soak up the rich culture of the area by visiting one of the multitude of temples on offer or even soaking up the sun on the beach in Tranquebar.
She adds: “If you’ve come to India to find yourself, Pondi is the place. It’s a place of meditation; the idea is to live in peace and harmony.”
An abundance of temples and monuments with a history dating back several thousand years adorn the landscape of Tamil Nadu, making the area one of the most enchanting regions of India, Tamil Nadu Tourism states.
Written by Ruth Norris