|How to get there: |
Peelamedu Airport is 10 km from the city, which operated regular flights to Bangalore, Mumbai, Chennai, Kochi and other important cities.
|By Railways: |
Trains to various places are accessible from the Coimbatore Junction and Podanur Junction railway stations. Coimbatore is a major railway junction on the Southern Railways and has trains to Chennai, Rameswaram, Madurai, Bangalore, Mumbai, Kanyakumari, Kozhikode, Mettupalayam, Kochi and Delhi.
|By Roadways: |
Coimbatore is connected by road with all major places in South India. State Transport Corporations Interstate Express buses are available from the Central Bus Stands situated at Gandhipuram. For local transportation, city buses, taxis and auto rickshaws are available.
Coimbatore, popularly known as Manchester of South India, is situated in the western part of the state of Tamil Nadu. Covering an extent of 105.6 sq.km., Coimbatore City is the district head quarter. Coimbatore is well known for its textile industries and has excellent potential for industrial growth. Because of its proximity to the hills of the Western Ghats, Coimbatore enjoys an excellent climate throughout the year.
Coimbatore is the third largest city in Tamil Nadu, with a Population of more than 15 lakhs. There are more than 30,000 tiny small, medium and large industries and textile mills. The city is known for its entrepreneurship of its residents.
view of the nilgiris
perur temple, coimbatore
Theme Parks : Jolly World Black Thunder, , ,
Wild Life and Natural Beauty : Anamalai Wildlife Sanctuary Kovai Kutralam
Religious : Thirumoorthy temple