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Buses arrive in the centre of the town from either Koyembedu (CMBT) or Tiruvanmiyur (in Chennai across the street from MCR; Rs. 27) and Kanchipuram. Bus nr 599 starts from T. Nagar bus terminus(Chennai), cost 29 Rs (2017). There are direct buses from CMBT but you can also take any bus that has ECR written on the front, however be warned some of these ECR buses will drop you outside town(pondicherry bound buses), and don’t go into the town proper. You can also catch the bus from Pondicherry.

A taxi from Chennai will cost Rs. 600-800 one-way though the rates are likely to be higher based on the season, cab operator. Visitors outside Chennai, even Indian nationals and most definitely from overseas are likely to be asked for higher rates. To or from the airport will cost Rs 800-1,200 and will take gastroenterologia o que trata one hour off peak and 1 1/2 hours peak time. Please negotiate the cab fares at the beginning of the journey and remain firm if the operator asks for more.

The drive from Chennai on the East Coast Road was once a wonderful experience.The road runs parallel to the coast of Bay of Bengal making it a scenic driveway, although you will not see the sea until the last few miles. The 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami wreaked havoc around here, so you will see shanty-towns built for affected fishermen and much of the greenery has been swept away.

The entrance ticket to the Shore Temple costs Rs. 600 for foreigners and Rs. 40 for Indian citizens. No fees is collected for children of age below 12. Locals will offer to guide you gas variables pogil key free with the intention of leading you to their souvenir stalls at the end where they may try sell you items at extortionate prices. Negotiate to less than quarter of the original prices, or just walk away at that point.

• Krishna’s Butterball is a giant natural rock perched on a hillside, seemingly in defiance of all laws of physics—it’s a common sight to see visitors placing hands under the stone posing for pics, which looks as though they are holding it! The rock provides welcome shade if you dare to sit underneath it, and local kids have discovered that the slippery nearby hillside also makes a great natural slide.

• Learn how to surf with MUMU SURF SCHOOL in Mahabalipuram. If you are looking for an adventure in the Bay of Bengal, go and see Mukesh alias Mumu (qualified Surf instructor, Emergency Responder and Rescue Scuba Diver) and make new experiences in the water you never had before. Just follow the signboards in the village and you will easily find the MUMU SURF SCHOOL

• Stone carving Local sculptures in the main street leading to the sea (after the Tina Shell View Lodge) teach stone carving. You will learn how to sculpt a simple locket, and the longer you’ll stay, the more complicated things you’ll be able to do. For a simple locket at least 5 hours are needed. For 100 Rs. a day you can learn/work as long as you like everyday (the result is yours of course).

There are lots of food stands in the centre serving large portions for next-to-nothing prices. Look specifically at the road leading down the Shore Temple from the bus gas yojana stop, early in the morning at breakfast time. Clustered around Othavadai Street and Othavadai Cross are restaurants catering primarily to tourists, which serve generally undistinguished Western food. Your best bet is often fresh grilled fish (which you can usually select yourself) served with french fries or salad.

• The Golden Palate – At Hotel Mamalla Heritage, 104, East Raja Street, 044 – 27442060, 27442260, 27442360, serves excellent Indian vegetarian food. Breakfast buffet from 7AM is a poor deal at 153INR (including tax) for a fairly simple buffet. It does, however, offer air conditioning!They offer ala-carte break fast as well…which is excellent. The lunch from midday is highly recommended… the best vegetarian thali spread for miles! It also has a pleasant non-veg restaurant on the rooftop.

• Moonrakers Restaurant, Othavadai St, [10]. Multi-story restaurant with eclectic decoration, listed in all the guidebooks and hence quite popular with foreign tourists. The menu runs the gamut of Indian and Western favorites, veg and non-veg, although staff will try to steer you towards the expensive seafood items. Most dishes under Rs. 100, but seafood will cost you more. Also expect to pay more gas smoker ribs for extra bread or rice, drinks, etc. Beers around Rs. 150. Now expanded to control two places opposite one another.

• Surf – Surf provides a wide variety of food for all sea-food lovers. This restaurant is at the entrance of the town. If you are not the greatest fan of sea-food, then you will find this restaurant over priced. If you are really hungry, then Surf is not a good place to eat. The service is really late and you will receive your order just before you are about to starve down.

• Gecko Cafe, Othavadai Cross, [11]. Family-run, fast, friendly and clean. Features Indian veg and non veg food as well as freshest seafood, offers an nice lake view for bird watching and has a relaxed atmosphere, very helpful waiter and cook. If you’re willing to splurge (Rs 400-500/person gas laws worksheet answers chemistry), the restaurant makes delicious fresh seafood to order.

• the new cafe ( lakshmi lodge ), No 6, Ottavadai Cross Street ( mamallapuram .tamil nadu.india), ☎ 044-27442463. serve healthy breakfast and excelant vegetarian food ( tamil nadu style) and varity of fresh fish,prawns ans lobsters,crabs and calamari. fresly prepard with excelant taste.and beautiful terrace with view of ocean and sound . welcome to thenewcafe edit

• Lattitude 49, Kovalam Road ( Just at the entrance of Mamallapuram off ECR), ☎ +914427443060, [2]. 11am to 11pm. A new restaurant with white interiors serving a variety of sea food in many Asian u save gas station grants pass styles Thai,Chinese,Singapore and Malaysian.Run by a Singaporean Indian the food is fresh and priced well.Great Sea view as well. Euro 9-11. ( lat 13,) edit

• Tina blue View, 48 (34) Othavadai Street ( Walking in Othavadai St from main road, it is on the right side, big blue sign), ☎ 044-27442319 or 9840727270. Basic single room with not very clean sheets but if you have your own (or ask for cleaner) it’s good value for price. Mosquito net and attached although small bathroom. Also a small table with chair! In the backpacker’s area, it is a good budget place. edit

• Villa Manikandan, 11 Othavadai Cross Street ( Near Sea Breeze Hotel), [3]. Rooms are basic but cute in their simplicity and good value for money. Super friendly owner (Pascale) and staff (Vela) and lovely people (Ben) staying there on a long term basis give it a charming family atmosphere. Definitely one of the best options in that price range. From 400Rs (November 2014) edit

• Jayam Resort ( www.jayamresort.in), No. 1/1, Kattunaicken Street ( opposite Lighthouse.), ☎ Phone: 044-27443180, 044-27442190, email; [email protected], [6]. Lovely new green resort using solar power with spacious rooms with flat screen TVs, en suite bathrooms, in very quiet area, neat garden, breakfast available, just 150 meters north of the main city and bus stand. Free wifi in lobby, 200 meters to the sea. Sea view from upstairs rooms and friendly owner! All local temples and monuments are within 300 to 500 meters; no taxi needed! edit

• Squirrel Nest Guest House, Tsunami Nagar ( Fisherman’s Colony), ☎ 0091-9789037918. checkin: 01:00 pm; checkout: 12:00 midday. The guest house has 4 non-AC rooms with satellite TV on the ground floor and 2 non-AC rooms on the first floor (each room includes a private bathroom). Free WiFi is offered inside all the rooms. The guest house is located near the beach (25 meters) and outside the crowded area (150 meters). Prices from 900 to 999 Rs per day in 2019 edit q gastrobar

• Hotel Mamallaa Heritage, 104 East Raja Street, Phone 00-91-44-27442060/27442260/27442360 (eMail: [email protected]). An authentic Southern Indian hotel. It is famous for its buffet meals and smiling hospitality. Room rates start from Rs. 2200/- to Rs. 2800/- per day. The hotel provides excellent service and the guest are made to feel right at home. The hotel provides a mini-bar in each room and a swimming pool on the first floor.

• TTDC Beach Resort Complex, Near Petrol Bunk, Kovalam Road, Mahabalipuram, Chennai – 603104, ☎ +(91)-(44)-27442361, 27442362, 27442363 electricity n and l, 27442364, [9]. checkout: 12 noon. This is a government owned resort and is a part of Tamilnadu tourism. The pricing is decent and all rooms are sea/beach facing. The place is relatively clean but the service is slow. The location and view is great. The food is bad. The complimentary breakfast is mostly south indian and is not too good on most days. Great place to stay on a budget but eat out! 2000+tax. edit

• Crocodile bank – at Vadanemmeli, 15 km on the road back to Chennai. You can feed the reptiles for a small fee. They have many different crocodiles but also snakes and turtles. Entree fee is 35R for Adult and 20R for your cam (June 2013). Plastic bottles are not allowed inside. You can go there easily with the local bus 588 or 599, between 12 and 14R/per Person.