Vadapalani exists as one of the suburban regions in the city of Chennai. The locality is housed in the western precincts of the city. For reference, the adjoining areas Vadapalani include Mambalam, K.K.Nagar and Nungambakkam. The place is connected by roads and railways to other regions of the city.Vadapalani is basically a residential area, provided with a number of small residential localities. Some of these localities have names like Easwar Nagar, Padmanabha Nagar, Veera Pandia Nagar, Arumbakkam, Nehru Nagar, Jai Nagar, etc. One of the most popular attraction in the city suburbs is the Vadapalani Temple. The temple, built some 125 years ago, houses the image of most revered deity of Tamil Nadu, Lord Muruga. The temple is one of the frequently visited worshipping places in Chennai. With approximately 7,000 marriage ceremonies being performed here, the statement stands justified.Vadapalani also contains number of three star and budget hotels, which cater to the tourists at large. Some acknowledged hotels of the region include Hotel Saravan Bhavan, Aadithya Hotel, Ambika Empire Best Western, Hotel Maurya and more. Besides hotels, the region has ample medical institutions, schools, shopping areas and other commercial enterprises. Some other reputed establishments in the area include Dr.Sugana Memorial Hospital, M.R.Medical Centre, Bharat Hospital and Indian Institute of Engineering Technology. Accessibility
The Arcot Road helps in the commutation to and from the city center. The city center is about 7 kms and bus services are easily available. The region falls in West Chenai.
Nungambakkam Railway Station is the nearest to Vadapalani. This railway station is less than a kilometre far from Vadapalani.
Chennai Airport is located to the south west of Vadapalani and about 8 kms far. Areas Under Vadapalani
Places to Stay
.. Liberty Park Hotel .. Ambica Empire .. Days Inn Ampa Int... Hotel Aadithya
.. Hotel Ampa Crystal Inn .. Hotel Maurya International.. Paying Guests.. Service Apartments
Places to See
.. Vadapalani Temple.. Doveton House.. ISKCON Temple.. Valluvar Kottam
Food & Dining
.. Restaurants.. Pubs/Bars.. Coffee/Cafes
.. Amusement Parks.. Art Galleries.. Auditoriums.. Cinemas
.. Colleges.. Institutions.. Schools.. Play Schools
.. 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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