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Austria"Kothari Building", 115, Uthamar Gandhi Road,Nungambakkam, Chennai - Chennai - 600 034Tel: 91-44-28334556, 91-44-2828334515Fax: 91-44-28334560Passports sent to Delhi
BelgiumSpic House88, Anna SalaiGunidyChennai - Chennai - 600 032Tel:91-44-22350877, 91-44-22352336Fax: 91-44-22350308Passports sent to Mumbai
British High Commission737, Anna Salai,Chennai - Chennai - 600 002Tel: 91-44-28525002
Chile7, Adyar Club Gate Road,Chennai - Chennai - 600 028Tel: 91-44-24340610Fax: 91-44-24335216Passports sent to Delhi
Czech64, Thirumalaipillai Road,T.Nagar, Chennai - Chennai - 600 017Tel: 91-44-28158886/87/88Fax: 91-44-28156666Passports sent to Delhi
Denmark9, Cathedral RoadChennai - Chennai - 600 086Tel: 91-44-28118140/41Fax: 91-44-28112185Passports sent to Delhi
Finland742 (New No: 202), Anna SalaiChennai - Chennai - 600 002Tel: 91-44-28524141, 91-44-28523622Fax: 91-44-28521253Passports sent to Delhi
France2, Rue De La Marine,Pondicherry - 605001Tel: 91-413-2334174/4058Fax: 91-413-2335594Visa is handled
Germany49, Ethiraj Salai, Mico BuildingChennai - 600105Tel: 91-44-28210810, 91-44-28210824Fax: 91-44-28273542Visa is handled
GreeceH3 Alsa Manor72, Harrington RoadChennai 600 031Tel: 91-44-28269194
HungaryTaim House72, Rajaji SalaiChennai - Chennai - 600 001Tel: 91-44-25231265Fax: 91-44-25225205Passports sent to Delhi
IcelandBhavani Mansion, 2nd Floor 4th Lane3, Nungambakkam High RoadChennai - Chennai - 600 034Tel: 91-44-28331946/28333631Fax: 91-44-28330314Passports sent to Delhi
IndonesiaCONSULATE OF THE REPUBLIC OF INDONESIA2-D, ‘El Dorado’112, Nungambakkam High RoadChennai 600 034Tel: 044-2825 3337 / 2820 6845 / 2820 6085Fax: 044-2824 1411E-mail: kkri_Chennai@vsnl.netHonorary Consul: Mr.K.J. Kumar
Italy19, Rajaji SalaiChennai - Chennai - 600 001Tel: 91-44-24337224Fax: 91-44-25341136Passports sent to Mumbai
Japan12/1Cenetoph RoadTeynampetChennai - Chennai - 600 018Tel: 91-44-91-44-24323860/61Fax: 91-44-24323859Visa is handled
Korea'Chaitanya'12 Khader Nawaz Khan RoadChennai 600 006Telefax: 91-44-28331224Visa is handled
Malawi83 (Old No:41), Armenian StreetChennai - Chennai - 600 001Tel: 91-44-25265243,91-44-25219524Fax: 91-44-25279009Visa on Arrival
Malaysia252/A, T.T.K. RoadAlwarpetChennai - 600 018Tel: 91-44-24982306Fax: 91-44-24982405Visa is handled
Mauritius94/95, Thiru-vi-ka Industrial EstateChennai - Chennai - 600 032.Chennai - 600 034Tel: 91-44-22346693/7051Fax: 91-44-22348181
Visa On Arrival
NetherlandsCatholic Centre64, Armenian StreetChennai - 600 001Tel: 91-44-22510214
Newzealand"Maithri" 32, Cathedral RoadChennai - 600 086Tel: 91-44-28112472Fax: 91-44-28112449Passport sent to Delhi
Norway44/45, Rajaji SalaiChennai - 600 001Tel: 91-44-25232981/82/83Fax: 91-44-25233235Passport sent to Delhi
PhilipinesSpic House, Annex Building, 4th Floor88, Anna Salai, GuindyChennai - 600 032Tel: 91-44-22354063Fax: 91-44-22352062Passport sent to Delhi
Russian Federation33, Santhome High RoadMylapore, Chennai - Chennai - 600 004Tel: 91-44-24982320/30Fax: 91-44-24982336Visa is handled
Serbio & Mondenegro324, Anna Salai, SPP ComplexNandanam, Chennai - Chennai - 600 035Tel: 91-44-243420792Fax: 91-44-24346170Passports sent to Delhi
Singapore17-A, North Boag Road,T.Nagar, Chennai - 600 017Tel: 91-44-28158207/08Fax: 91-44-28158209Visa is handled
Spain'Lawdale'6/8, Nimmo Road, Santhome,Chennai - Chennai - 600 004Tel: 91-44-24942008Passport sent to Mumbai
SriLanka196, T.T.K Road,Alwarpet, Chennai - 600 086Tel: 91-44-24987896, 91-44-24987612Fax: 91-44-24987894Visa is handled (Visa on Arrival For Indian Citizens)
Sweden6, Cathedral RoadChennai - 600 086Tel: 91-44-28112232Fax: 91-44-28110294Passports sent to Delhi
Switzerland224, T.T.K Road,Alwarpet, Chennai - 600 018Tel: 91-44-2435886, 91-44-24332701Fax: 91-44-24342363Passport sent to Mumbai
Turkemenistan3, Magesh Street,T.Nagar, Chennai - 600 017Tel: 91-44-24343777 / 3627Fax: 91-44-24343627
Turkey202, Lingi Chetty Street,Chennai - 600 001Tel: 91-44-2510214
United Kingdom20, Anderson RoadChennai 600 006Tel: 91-44-28257422, 91-44-52142151Fax: 91-44-52192321Visa is handled
United States Of America220, Anna SalaiGemini CircleChennai 600 006Tel: 91-44-28273040Fax: 91-44-28262538
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-General - History - Dos & Don'tsImportant Facts - Must Know - Weather/Climate
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- Bus Stations - Central Railway Station - Egmore Railway Station
-General ..Chennai Discotheques ..Chennai Water Sports ..Chennai Cinema Halls
- History .. Chennai Shopping Malls ..Chennai Entertainment ..Chennai Excursions ..Pulicat
- Dos & Don'ts ..Amusement Parks ..Crocodile Bank ..Mahabalipuram ..Muttukadu
- Important Facts ..Thanjavur
- Must Know- Weather/Climate - Things To Do - Embassies- Tourist Offices - Airports
- Bus Stations - Central Railway Station - Egmore Railway Station
West Chennai
- Ambattur - Anna Nagar - Ayanavaram - Kilpauk - Porur - Vadapalani
North Chennai
- Ennore - Perambur - Pozhal - Purasavakkam - Tiruvottiyur - Tondiarpet
South Chennai
- Adyar - KK Nagar - Kotturpuram - Meenambakkam - Mylapore - Saidapet - Tambaram
- Teynampet - Thyagaraya Nagar - Tiruvanmiyur - Velachery
Central Chennai
- Egmore - George Town - Nungambakkam - Royapettah - Triplicane
Around Chennai - Kanchipuram - Tiruvallur
Others ..Chennai Monuments
.. Airport ..Bus Station .. Freemasons Hall
.. Central Railway Station ..Fort St. George
.. Egmore Railway Station ..Kamaraj Memorial House
..Chennai Beaches ..MGR Memorial..Marina Beach ..Senate House..Elliot's Beach ..Thousand Lights Mosque..Covelong Beach ..War Memorials ..Government Museum..Valluvar Kottam

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