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Accredited as the second largest city of the Indian state of Tamil Nadu, Coimbatore is also known as Kovai in the Tamil lingo. This highly developed city is highly-commendable and is aptly titled as ‘Manchester of India’ or ‘Detroit of India’. The city is known for its excellence in the field of industrial business as it stands as a mainstream industrial partner and is also the directorial headquarters of Kovai District.

The multitudinous industries in the city include textile mills, engineering enterprises, IT companies, software market, educational institutions, cotton industries, agriculture, health care, etc.  Acknowledged for its ambitious entrepreneurship and earnest determined progress, the city is an abode to more than 25 thousand small, medium and large scale industries.

The industrial Laureate of Coimbatore lies on the banks of the river Noyyal; also known as Koneyammanputhhur, which represents as the birth place of the Goddess. Another feather in the city’s cap is the famous ‘Siruvani Water’. The water is approved and is considered as the 2nd tastiest water in the world after the river Nile, adding few more stars to its honor.

Approved as the 2nd tastiest water in the world, Siruvani Water, which ranks after Nile, adds to the honor of this cosmopolitan. This industrial Laureate, stationed on the banks of the river Noyyal, is the administrative headquarter of the Coimbatore district.

The cosmopolitan’s origin dates back to the 2nd century AD at the point when it was a small tribal village called Kongunad. The Chalukyas, Rashtrakutas, Hoysalas, Pandyas and the Vijayanagara of the Chola Dynasty have all ruled over the city. Then, ultimately British changed its name to Coimbatore.Coimbatore travel and tourism is a popular among the Indian and foreign tourists alike and for that the Coimbatore tour packages are a perfect way of exploring the splendor of the destination in Southern India.

General facts about Coimbatore
Location: Southern India
Area: 105.60 sq km
Language: English and Tamil
Climate: Pleasant & Moderate
Major Attractions: VOC Park, Marudhamalai Temple, Perur Temple
Ideal Time to Visit: December and March

Tourist sightseeing in Coimbatore
Lying in the shadow of the Western Ghats Coimbatore experiences an enjoyable climate throughout the year; Coimbatore stands as one of the enthralling places to visit in South India. The city has an assorted range of flora and fauna and is spotted with glorious temples. The city also hosts a major agricultural university. The other tourist attractions in the city are VOC Park, Marudhamalai Temple, Perur Temple and Forest College.

Climate of Coimbatore
Generally speaking, the city experiences pleasant and moderate kind of climate, throughout the year. Here summers are quite pleasant with mild summers and experiences average showers in the monsoons. The city also gets mild showers. In winters days are pleasant with cold nights. The best time to visit the city is in the months of December till March.

How to reach Coimbatore

Coimbatore by Air: The city holds airport connecting it to the rest of the world.

Coimbatore by Rail: The city also has a rail head connecting to all the major cities of the country.

Coimbatore by Road: It also has a very good network of roadway service connecting to the major cities of the country.

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