About Coimbatore

Coimbatore is a city in the south Indian state of Tamil Nadu. To the northwest is the centuries-old, Dravidian-style Arulmigu Subramaniyaswami Temple, Marudamalai. The colorful and intricately carved Arulmigu Patteeswarar Swamy Temple lies southeast of here. In the center, the Gass Forest Museum has a huge collection of preserved animals and tree trunks. Southeast, birds, and butterflies inhabit Singanallur Lake.
Anamalai Tiger Reserve

Anamalai Tiger Reserve, earlier known as Indira Gandhi Wildlife Sanctuary and National Park and previously as Anamalai Wildlife Sanctuary, is a protected area located in the Anaimalai Hills.
Black Thunder

Black Thunder is a water theme park located in Tamil Nadu, India. It is situated at the foot of Nilgiris near Mettupalayam, in Coimbatore 40 km north of the city and occupies an area of about 75 acres.
Monkey Falls

Monkey Falls are natural waterfalls located near the uphill ghat road Valparai on the Pollachi-Valparai road in the Anaimalai Hills range, in Coimbatore district. Monkey Falls is about 30 km from Pollachi.

Dhyanalinga is a Yogic temple located 30 km from Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu. The temple was consecrated on June 24, 1999, by Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev, a yogi, and mystic. The temple is consecrated using prana prathista and is dedicated to meditation.
Siruvani Waterfalls

Siruvani Waterfalls and the dam named after them are located 35 km west of Coimbatore in the Western Ghats.

Marudhamalai is a Hiptop Hindu temple with elaborate carvings, gilded shrines, and dramatic valley views.
Perur Pateeswarar Temple

Perur Pateeswarar Temple is a Hindu temple dedicated to Shiva located at Perur, in the western part of Coimbatore in the state of Tamil Nadu in India. The temple was built by Karikala Chola.
Adiyogi Shiva

Adiyogi Shiva statue is a 34-meter-tall statue of Hindu deity Shiva located at Coimbatore in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu.
Eachanari Vinayagar Temple

Eachanari Vinayagar Temple is a temple dedicated to the Hindu god Vinayagar, situated near Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, India. The temple is situated about 12 km from the city of Coimbatore on NH 209.
Best Time To Visit Coimbatore

The best time to visit Coimbatore is between the months of July and March. Coimbatore has slightly humid and hot summers. Weather in the morning, evening, and night stay are quite pleasant, while in the afternoon it gets sunny. This is a good time to go for a morning and evening wildlife safari in Indira Gandhi Wildlife Sanctuary or to visit Black Thunder, Monkey Falls, and Siruvani Falls. The temperature during summers in Coimbatore ranges between 25°C to 40°C. Monsoon is a good time to visit Coimbatore. The abundant greenery of the city gets drenched in heavy rains, making it pleasant and relaxing for the people here. The temperature in the monsoon season ranges between 24°C to 34°C. Winter is the best time to visit Coimbatore. Winters are nor too cold neither too hot in the city.

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