Anna Nagar
Anna Nagar is one of the best residential areas located in the city of Chennai. The region lies south of the Chennai central and features a regular and planned township. The region is as much a residential place as it is a commercial centre. The township is hooked with straight road within its premises and links to the major roads that connects it with other city areas. The region marks the boundary of the actual city area. Anna Nagar area is spread out in small regular blocks with straight roads separating the adjacent ones. The blocks are named by single alphabets, like block 'A', as well combination of two alphabets, 'AD', 'AF', 'AG', 'AL', etc. There is a small locality in the east called Anna Nagar East. The eastern side of 'Y' block, at Anna Nagar, is marked by popular Visweswararya Tower Park. The park features an imposing tower structure and the sprawling lawns. The park was rarely visited due to is deplorable conditions following negligence. But the renovations in the past few years has returned back the charm and beauty. The region of Anna Nagar is provided with numerous enterprises that are responsible for various commercial activities. Hotels, restaurants, shopping stores and I.T.Companies are in abundance. One of the best places for shopping at Anna Nagar is at 'Any Shopping Complex.'Some renowned enterprises from the region are as: I.T.Companies: Avanor Systems Pvt. Ltd., Eco Tech Software Pvt. Ltd., Pegasus Software, Palpap Software, Launch Pad, Astra Infotech, L-Cube Innovation Solutions, Precision Software Communications. Hotels: Hotel Saravana, Hotel Soorya, Hotel Sky Park. Restaurants: Nawab's Restaurant, Moghul Feast, Blue Star Biryani, Prabhu Restaurant.Hospitals: Sridevi Hospital, Senthil Hospital, K.H.M. Hospital, Medical Foundation. Accessibility
Anna Nagar lies precisely to the west of George Town, the city center. The two, as well as other suburbs, are connected by a network of roads and railways. The road distance between the two is approximately 6 kms.
Anna Nagar has a railway terminal located towards its northern edge. The railways thus, provide the accessibility.
Chennai Airport located at Meenambakkam is the nearest and about 10 kms far from Anna Nagar. Areas Under Anna Nagar
Shenoy Nagar
Anna Nagar East
Anna Nagar West
Places to Stay
.. Beverly Hotel.. Kings Park.. Sudha Inn
.. Guru Regency.. Paying Guests.. Service Apartments
Places to See
.. Prime Time.. Vadapalani Temple
Food & Dining
.. Restaurants.. Pubs/Bars.. Coffee/Cafes
Recreation
.. Amusement Parks.. Art Galleries.. Auditoriums.. Cinemas
Careers
.. Colleges.. Institutions.. Schools.. Play Schools
Health
.. Blood Banks.. Diagnostics Centers.. Doctors.. Health Clubs .. Hospitals.. 24hr Chemists
Shopping & Services
.. Beauty Parlours.. Courier Services.. Departmental Stores.. Estate Agents.. Florists.. Housekeeping Services
.. Packers & Movers.. Places to Shop.. Shopping Malls.. Taxi & Cabs.. Tailors

West Chennai
- Ambattur
- Anna Nagar
- Ayanavaram
- Kilpauk
- Porur
- Vadapalani
North Chennai
- Ennore
- Perambur
- Pozhal
- Purasavakkam
- Tiruvottiyur

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