Traditional Classic dance, Bharatnatyam, Kutcheris (musical congregations) are famous in Mylapore.
Important Telephone Numbers:
The Regional Director (South) Govt. of India Regional Tourist Office
154 Anna Salai, Chennai - 600002,
Tel: 044- Dir. 28461459, 28461459, 28460285,
E-mail: email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org
Secretary (Information & Tourism) Govt. of Tamil Nadu,
Fort St. George,
Chennai - 600009
Commissioner of Tourism and Managing Director Tamil Nadu Tourism Dev. Corp. (TNTDC)
Omanthurar Government Estate, Wallajah Road,
Chennai - 600 002
Tel: 044-25382772, 25381567
The climate of Mylapore is very hot and humid. March – October are warmest months with more than 40 °C and November – February are the coolest months of Chennai about 20 °C. Wear loose cotton clothes and protect through sun screen, use wide hats and goggles. Carry some general medicines for fever, cold, body aches, headaches etc.
Since Mylapore has many temple attractions, while visiting temples make sure that you wear Indian traditional clothes or else they won’t allow inside the premises of the temple if you wear modern attire.
Mylapore has many places to accommodate. This place has many hotels ranging from 5 star hotels, 4 star hotels, and 3 star hotels to budget hotels and lodges. You can choose one from any of these based on your requirements and budget.