How about taking a family trip to Chennai

How about taking a family trip to Chennai

Chennai is a known economic and a tourist hub. Hotels in Chennai are booked with tourists as well as people in the city for official business. However, did you know that the city can be the perfect destination for a family vacation too? Read on to know 5 places that you should include in your itinerary for your family vacation in Chennai.

Arignar Anna Zoological Park

It is one of the best places to visit in Chennai with your family. The zoological park which is close to the city centre is near to all the major hotels in Chennai. The place is known for the 1500 species of animals it has. Your kids are sure to love the aquarium as well as the butterfly house. The park also offers Lion Safaris and Elephant Safari. You can ask your concierge or attendant at your hotel in Chennai to make prior bookings to avoid the last-minute rush.

Birla Planetarium

Are your little ones crazy about space? Then this is the place to be. The exhibits range from models of the Solar system, the planets and the milky-way. There is a section on man's conquest of space. Besides, they even have audio-visual shows which are a treat for children and adults alike. This place will surely leave your kids enlightened and hungry for knowledge.

Marina beach

The largest beach in the Indian sub-continent is a place where you can unwind with your family in tow. Your little ones can play in the water, or the swimming pool or the Children's park. You may choose to join them or watch them as you put your feet up and relax. The lighthouse on the southern tip of the beach is worth checking out. You can take a bus to the beach or ask your hotel in Chennai to arrange for transportation.

Mylapore

Chennai has a rich history and cultural heritage. Mylapore is the hub of it all. It is visible in the art forms, the traditions and the architecture on the old buildings. Mylapore is a hub of it all. You can witness a distinct collection of monuments and temples here. Prepare to be amazed by the beautiful architecture, the skilled sculptures and the art on display. This will be educational and for your little ones as well! Chennai hotels arrange for transport as well as a guided tour of Mylapore on request.

Velankanni Shrine

Located right on Elliot's beach, it opens directly to the Bay of Bengal. If you are looking for calm and solitude, this is the place you should be heading to. You can revel in the spiritual bliss that this shrine has to offer for people of all faiths. Marvel at the towering spires, and take a tour of the interiors. You can also spend some quality moments at the beach with your loved ones.

The Leela Palace Chennai is amongst the best family-friendly hotels in Chennai. Counted amongst the best 5 star hotels in Chennai, the hotel is equipped with all the contemporary luxuries. Your kids can play in the pool or the garden as you unwind with a cocktail at the bar. You can also relax with the couple wellness therapies that the in-house spa offers.

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