The First bus from Orathanadu (Mukthambalpuram) (Tamil Nadu) to Chennai (Tamil Nadu) is i-shift A/C Sleeper King Size A/c Family Sleeper (2+1) by Sri Venkatachalapathy Tours & Travels departing at 21:15.
Trip duration for Orathanadu (Mukthambalpuram) to Chennai is between 6h-45m to 8h-0m depending on the bus type and operator. Goibibo provides you the largest fleet of bus services to select from AC buses.
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Orathanadu (Mukthambalpuram) Chennai Bus Reviews (1)
- BBharathan SelvamSep 24, 2016 at 9:55 amSRM TransportsA/C Semi Sleeper (2+2)1/5
- On Time Arrival/Departure3
- On Board Experience1
- Stop-over Experience1
This one is not an AC bus... They say it is. They Will turn it on for sometime and turns them off and leave us to suffocate. It happened so many times...
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