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Suchindram (13 Kms) : Sthanumalayan / Thanumalayan a Siva, Vishnu and Brahma Temple was built in 17th Century. "Stanu" means Siva; "Mal" means Vishnu; and the "Aya" means Brahma hence it is called Sthanumalayan Temple. Four Musical pillars each 18 ft tall carved out of a single stone, huge 18ft tall Hanuman Statue are proof of the architectural excellence found in the temple. Male tourists should remove their upper garments to enter the temple. Temple is open between 4.00 a.m. -11.45 a.m. and 5.00 p.m -8.00 p.m.

Nagaraja Temple :  Nagaraja [Serpent God] is the presiding deity of this temple. Idols of Lord Siva and Ananthakrishna are also enshrined here. The sculptures of Thirthankaras Mahavira and Parsavanathar are found etched on the pillars of the temple.

St. Xavier’s Church
[16kms] : It is a 15th Century church dedicated to St.Francis Xavier, a Catholic Priest who came to India. A 10 day festival is held between 24th November – 3rd December every year.

Udayagiri Fort (34 kms) :  King Marthanda Varma built this in the 18th Century. The Tomb in memory of Dutch General De Lennoy , one of the most trusted Generals of the King lies within this fort.

Padmanabapuram Palace : It was the Capital of Travancore Samsthanam till 1798. It is also called as the City of Lord Vishnu and located 45 Kms from Kanyakumari. This palace has beautiful woodwork. Display of antiques including the armoury of the Royal Family are special exhibits that spreads across a six acre area in this palace. Ramasamy Temple is located adjacent to the Palace and has 45 Panels of Ramanayam Epic Sequences. This is a visual extravaganza for the visitors.


Timings Phone No Holiday Entry Fee
9.00 a.m to 1.00 p.m.

2.00 p.m to 4.30 p.m
04651-250255 Monday Adults : Rs.10/-
Child   : Rs.2/-
Video & Camera : Rs.1200/- & Rs.25/-
Parking fee for vehicles is collected separately.

Video and Camera charges: 1200/- and Rs.25/- respectively.

Vehicle Parking Fee : Additional

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