Sattur Bypass to Chennai Cheap Bus Fare
The First bus from Sattur Bypass to Chennai (Tamil Nadu) is Volvo A/C Multi Axle Semi Sleeper (2+2) by SRM Transports departing at 11:00.
Trip duration for Sattur Bypass to Chennai is between 6h-30m to 9h-45m depending on the bus type and operator. Goibibo provides you the largest fleet of bus services to select from Mercedes, AC, Volvo buses.
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Popular Buses from Sattur Bypass to Chennai
ChennaiKongu Transport Leyland Non A/C Semi Sleeper (2+2)
ChennaiJerusalem Travels Leyland Non A/C Seater Hitech Pushback (2+2)
ChennaiVolvo A/C Multi Axle Sleeper(2+1)
ChennaiTippu Sultan Travels CHNI Non A/C Push Back (2+2)
ChennaiLeyland Non A/C Seater/Sleeper Business Class (2+1)
ChennaiSri Rajalakshmi Travels Leyland Non A/C Semi Sleeper (2+2)
ChennaiLeyland Non A/C Seater Pushback (2+2)
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Popular attractions in Chennai
- Valluvar Kottam Temple
The Valluvar Kottam is situated on the corner of Kodambakkam High Road and Village Road and is dedicated to Saint Thiruvalluvar. It was built in 1976 by M. Karunanidhi who was the chief minister of Tamil Nadu during 1975-76.
- Marina Beach
Chennai’s Marina Beach happens to be India’s longest and world’s second longest beach. Stretching approximately 12 km, this beach is primarily sandy and is located on the eastern side of Chennai, adjoining the Bay of Bengal. Watching the sunset and sunrise from the beach is an enthralling experience. Though bathing and swimming can be dangerous, as the undercurrent is quite strong. The main attraction is the horseback rides which has become a favourite activity among both adults and kids.
- Sri Parthasarathy Temple
An abode to Lord Venkat Krishna, Sri Parthasarathy Temple was built by the Pallavas in the 8th century. Sri parthasarathy temple is situated at Tiruvallikeni or Triplicane and is the oldest temple in Chennai.
- Vadapalani Murugan Temple
The Vadapalani Murugan Temple is among the most popular temples of the capital city and is located in the region of Vadapalani in Chennai. Built about 125 years ago, this temple is considered as an auspicious place to get married and witnesses approximately 7000 marriages every year.