Nagercoil Junction is not close to the Town of Nagercoil- this station is located almost 3 kms away from main town of Nagercoil on the Kanniyakumari-Trivandrum Highway. The actual station is located about a kilometer from the main road and autos ply to the station. Town buses to Kanniyakumari and Nagercoil are available from the main road.
many buses bound for kanniyakumari and nearby villages also touch the main station
what about the frequency of buses from ncj to kanyakumari in the late evening and early morning. If buses are not available what is the next best preferred mode
Buses are quite very frequent but they start from nagercoil and go on main road which is about half a km from main road
************ Famous Temple Town of South India and a famous travelling spot for pilgrimage situated just 11 km away from Kanyakumari(Cape Comorin)*************
In this blog I am describing the detailed account of Suchindram which is a panchayat town in Kanniyakumari district in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu with Indian postal code as 629704. It is an important pilgrim centre and the site of the famous Thanumalayan Temple. Suchindram is famous to the tourists for Suchindram Temple which is a famous place of Pilgrimage to the tourists of not only this country but also to the foreigners. For this reason this blog is posted under the Category "General Travel" and also linked with the station "Nagercoil" which is just about
awsome place and religious also
Very nice, holy and religious place. I loved the pics also. Superb.
Will be a very usefull Travel Tip. Please post there also with few short info
FYI Suchindram itself has a RS. Why tag it under Nagercoil?
Yes. But all trains generally has stoppage at Nagercoil. So it is tagged with Nagercoil.
In Suchindram Temple , if you strike 7 different stones , you can hear the Saptha Swarangal (that is 7 Swarangal, namely of SA, RI, KA, MA, PA, THA, NI, SA in each different stone). You can spend a whole day in that temple as it has so much of interesting features & things to observe and see over there.
USEFUL TRIP FOR SOUTH INDIA TRAVELL RELATED SIGHTS.
2nd pic is awesome, nice compact view of trees and road..
Cloak cum Luggage Room is maintained by Govt.They will not allow any bags in the cloak room without lock.So better carry your own locks to avoid hassle
As far as I know this rule is applicable to all the railway stations of IR. At Nagpur they tell you to scan the baggage and have a sticker stuck before they keep your baggage .
Bags without lock are not accepted by Cloak room...
but please clarify whether 'bags with chains and having locks' are allowed or not ? ....
and if any damage or stealing of contents happen what is solution.
hmm but in Madurai we were just asked to chain some bags even though none of the bags have locks.So i assumed that if the cloak rooms are maintained by contract the rules will be relaxed but where as if they are Govt owned (Both Luggage Room for parcel and Cloak Room are same)then they'll strictly apply.Correct if i'm wrong.The same luggage i have been rejected by cloak room official in NCJ has been accepted by TVC Cloak room people.We had a lot of pain of carrying 11 bags from NCJ to TVC and TVC to NCJ while visiting Ananta padmanabhaswamy temple
Depends on the mood of the person as far as i know.........
If Railways run on 'Moods' ...
passengers are in trouble...