It wouldn’t be an exaggeration to say that the kids of the 90s are the pioneers of today’s Technologies. It’s not just about pioneering in technology, but also about introducing a lot of friends and fats in today’s world.

These kids have experienced some of the awesomest things that one can ever get to experience. These things range from little chocolates to getting the knees hurt while playing some silly games.

For a kid who has grown in Chennai or any other part of extreme North Tamil Nadu, there are a few attractions that mean the world to them. These are the attractions that these kids were always on the Lookout for whenever they had a chance. Let’s look at a few such attractions that meant everything for the 90s kid.

Little Folks:

       When the idea of theme parks were in its infancy and when the kids of the 90s when a little more than infant, Little Folks was one thing that all the kids look forward to finding one of the earliest theme parks in the suburbs of Chennai, its features a series of entertainment, Joy rides, swimming pools, and a lot of activities including but not limited to dance, mimicry, and a host of other things.

It was such an immense thing of joy and Pride for a kid to flaunt that they have been to Little folks!

The VGP Golden Beach


      The VGP Golden Beach is to keep parts as Sachin Tendulkar is for cricket. It has spanned a few generations in being on the top 10 of the list of theme parks to go to when it comes to Chennai and its suburbs. Couple that with a few uncanny attractions like a huge dosa and the person who is resistive to any Temptation that they keep up a straight face no matter what, the VGP Golden Beach will always be known for the excitement that it offered to any kid.

The MGM Dizzee World

         In the mid and late 90s, MGM Dizzee World was a great option for someone who was always on the Lookout for something new even in terms of theme parks. It offered something a little unique and different for its time. You could pay a bulk amount right at the entrance and enjoy some of your favorite rides multiple times. It was not that you had to pay for every single right. It meant that you did not waste time at the ticket counters, or had to search Oscar for change.


    A few Tamil movies that were released around that time made this MGM Dizzee World a very famous place and a most sought after location when it comes to finding theme parks in Chennai.

The Kishkinta

        If New Delhi Had its Appu Ghar, and if Mumbai has its EsselWorld, then Chennai should be talking about this theme park in that level. Kishkinta which was situated well within the limits of the city of had a great Getaway option for school students and college students are like. This used to be the ideal getaway for college people who bunk classes, for parents would like to take 40 children on a vacation that would silence them, and for schools in Chennai to plan a one-day outing with their students.


        Created by The pioneer of 3D cinema in India this theme park was not something extraordinary in terms of water offer comma but it was surely a cut above the rest in the way in which it was advertised. Little things that meant a lot to the Chennai kids made Kishkinta – the Wave Pool and the Chennai Kutraalam The tagline: “Once More Polaama Daddy!?” kept on a going in the thoughts of the children.

The Chennai Trade Fair

      For the folks of the city of Chennai couldn’t even prepare to leave the mainstream city, the Chennai Trade Fair post an amazing option to get the dose of entertainment. However, it came with the challenge, that it would happen only once a year but for 3 months in the months of January February and March.


   The Chennai Trade Fair incorporated pretty much everything that a theme park would have to offer, except for swimming pools. There were a lot of joy rates comma eateries, places to buy stuff, and thematic stalls organised by different departments of the Government of Tamil Nadu.

The Chennai Trade Fair Transformers the island Grounds into an epicenter of celebration and frolic every time, every year.

         While there were many options like this zoo in Vandalur, the crocodile farm and the boating at Muttukadu, this theme parks and the Chennai Trade Fair where always options that were a little different, that made children look forward to a lot of entertainment that they might not be able to find anywhere else. This is pretty much the exhaustive list of things that make every 90s kid take a trip down the lane of nostalgia!

‘Chennai is a city, Madras is an emotion’

Planning for a small trip but unable to find a suitable tourist spot? Well, Chennai is the right city for you. Located on the Coromandel Coast of Bay-of-Bengal, Chennai is one of the largest economic and cultural center of South India. Being the capital of Tamil Nadu, Chennai is a metropolitan city and belongs to the 4 major cities that are connected by Golden Quadrilateral.

Places to Include in Chennai Tour Package

There are many tourist spots like wildlife, temples, beaches and hill stations in Chennai that can be visited in one day. Here is a list of tourist spots that are described briefly and may guide you for your one-day short trip.

  1. Shore Temple:


Shore Temple is a structural site made of granite blocks dating back to 8th century. As this temple is facing the Bay-of-Bengal, it is known as Shore Temple. It is the oldest construction of stone temples in south India. This temple is located in Mahabalipuram, a small village in southern part of Chennai. The temple was constructed when the kingdom was under the rule of Narasimhavarman belonging to the Pallava Dynasty. Ensure to visit the Shore temple either for sunset or sunrise. It would be amazing to see the beautiful backdrop. Later, UNESCO marked this site as the world heritage site in the year 1984.

  1. Kapaleeshwarar Temple


Kapaleeshwarar Temple is situated in Mylapore, solely dedicated to Lord Shiva and Devi Parvati. This ancient structure reflects Dravidian architecture that was built dating back in the7th century during the reign of Vijayanagar rulers. This magnificent construction contains many halls and numerous shrines. It is one of the peaceful places in Chennai city. If you wish to calm down and revitalize your body mind and soul, you should visit Kapaleeshwarar Temple.

  1. Pulicat


Located in the north of Chennai,Pulicat is a historical seashore town. Pulicat lake bird sanctuary is a worth visiting wildlife park. Every year thousands of seasonal birds land here during the time span of October to March. Flamingo, swamps, painted storks, herons, ducks, cranes and hornbills can be easily found here. Pulicat remains as the favorite place for birdwatchers. It is a place worth for excursion mainly because of its exclusive combination of natural beauty and historical relics.

  1. Vandalur Zoo


Vandalur Zoo, originally name as Arignar Anna Zoological Park is 31 kilometers from themain town and 15 kilometers from Chennai Airport. It is located in the southwestern part of Chennai. And is considered as the largest wildlife park in India in terms of area coverage of 1300 acres. This public zoo is affiliated with Central Zoo Authority of India. In this zoo, there are about 47 species of mammals, 31 species of reptiles, near about 63 species of birds, 25 species of fishes and so on. If you are taking your kids for one day vacation, ensure to spend at least half a day at Vandalur Zoo.

  1. Regional Railway Museum, Chennai


A visit to this railway museum would lead you back to the British period of India.This museum has a varied collection of sizable steam engines from the British India. Many vintage coaches like the Ooty trains are showcased at the exhibitions. A toy train is also available offering a ride around the museum premises on regular basis. The entry time is 10.00 AM to 6.00 PM (although the last group can enter at 5:30) every Tuesday to Sunday. The site is closed on Mondays and also on national holidays.

  1. Birla Planetarium


If you love to stare at the night sky, visiting the Birla Planetarium in Chennai is a MUST. Enjoy the mammoth cosmic shows within the hemispherical aluminium inner dome and get educated about the astronomical details. This Planetarium is located at Kotturpuram within the premises of the Periyar Science and Technology Centre. There are total three Birla planetariums in India respectively in Chennai, Kolkata and in Hyderabad. The one in the Chennai is the modern among the rest.

  1. St Thomas Church


This ancient Church was built in 16th century by Portuguese explorers. This structure is built over the tomb of St Thomas, one of the twelve apostles of Jesus Christ. Earlier it had a neo-gothic texture and then this structure was reconstructed by the British rulers with the statue of a cathedral which still stands today.

  1. Amusement Park

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Kishkinta, VGP Universal Kingdom, Queensland and MGM Dizzee World are few wonderful amusement parks in the town. Wonderful rides and jaw-dropping views are always ready to entertain the tourists. The rides in the park are divided into categories like water rides and general rides. These all rides are well managed and secure enough for children. Rides like spider spin, roller coaster, dashing cars can be found here.

  1. Cholamandal Artists’ Village


This place 9 km from Chennai and is the biggest artists’ commune in India. In the village, there are over 20 resident sculptures and painters. It is located on the east coast road near Injambakkam. If you are interested in aesthetic and artistic things then this is the perfect destination for you. It’s a kind of place where everyone can enjoy from senior to junior.

  1. Muttukadu Boat House


If you love the water sports zone, then visit the Muttukadu Boat House. This water sports facility lies on the east coast road at Muttukadu. You just need to drive down 36 km from the main city and reach this serene backwater area. Get the adrenaline rush with water sports like windsurfing, water skiing, rowing and speedboat riding.

  1. Tada Falls


Tada Falls is a loved destination for both nature lovers and also adventure enthusiasts as this site lies 90 kilometers away from Chennai and has already gained immense popularity. It has a lovely waterfall to enjoy, photoshoot and spend the day; while you can also go for trekking. Lying in the Chittoor district near the border of Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh, this waterfall is also famous as Ubbalamudugu Falls.

  1. Dakhinachitra Museum


Dakhinachitra is a fantastic open-air cultural living museum that deals with architecture, lifestyle, art and crafts and performing theart of South India. Being a heritage museum Dakhinachitra has a collection of 18 authentic historical houses with exhibitions which reflect a mirror of ancient cultures of the world. You can visit Dakhinachitra every day 10.00 AM to 6.00 PM except Tuesday.

  1. AVM studio


A short visit to AVM studio would give a bit different taste in your tour. Located in Vadapalani it is the oldest surviving studio in India.

  1. Click Art 3D Museum


If you are a lover and fascinated about art, then this is the right place for you. It is said to be the first ever 3D museum in India. In this Museum you could find astonishing 3D arts that would leave you speechless.

  1. Theevu Thidal Tourism Exhibition


This is an exhibition conducted by Tamil Nadu Tourism department. This exhibition takes place in Island Ground, Mount Road. If you are planning to visit this fair then present between 3.00 PM to 10.00 PM any day of the week. Tickets for adults are Rs 20, for kids above 3 years is Rs 10.

These are some of the best places that you can visit just in 1 day around Chennai. So start your special jaunt without wasting time.

Chennai On Parties :

“It Doesn’t Matter Where You Came From. All That Matters Is Where You Are Going.”

Wow! The most awaited festival has come and it is time for celebration. Are you confused where to trip for New Year and Christmas holidays in Chennai? It is the common question sprouting up in most people’s minds.

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Enjoy Spectacular Opening of Xmas :

Both New Year and Christmas are most expected and awaited breaks of the year which instill a feeling of adventure, excitement and happiness. It is common to see beautiful decorations and lighting at this time and it all plays a dominant part in spreading a holiday mood. The festive atmosphere remains different in each place and it is the reason people plot a plan to visit several holiday destinations. Well, this year celebrate the festive season with unforgettable memories and new beginnings in Chennai.


Exciting Things to do in Chennai :

Christmas cakes, afternoon teas, quirk drink and food, cosy pubs, day meals, shows and shopping are the main highlights of this season. In Chennai, there are several best spots for shopping and dining. Several parties are organized in famous cafes, pubs, hotels and restaurants to celebrate Christmas this year. Their spread includes yummy pastries, Christmas puddings, dinner buffets, lip smacking lunches, buffet breakfast, delectable cocktails, starters and so on. If you are planning for a grand Christmas dinner buffet, plan to dine in at The Accord Metropolitan, Taj Coromandel Prego Restaurant, Paprika Café at Courtyard or at Hotel Keys Katti Ma.

Christmas in Chennai is completely different where you can see a lot of church masses and house decorations all over. It is celebrated more delicate and special manner. Churches will be beautifully decorated and people ensure to decorate their houses with stars, Christmas trees and lightings. You can see beautiful lightings of various colors hanging in front of houses and streets cleaned and decorated with lights.

Grand and Beautiful Churches you should visit on Christmas Eve :

velang-ChruchIt is recommended to visit some popular Chennai churches like Santhome Basilica, St.
Thomas Mount National Shrine, Annai Velankani Church, Armenian Church, St. Mary’s Church and CSI Wesley Church. One of the best ways to enjoy and experience Christmas in Chennai is by traveling around the city and visiting the churches on Christmas Eve.

It’s Party Time in Chennai: Get Ready to Rock

2016 has remained as a good peaceful year, however it has to come to an end. Why not celebrate the welcoming of New Year in style? Drink away bad memories, dance away the melancholies and remember the year for joy and beauty it has added to your life.

New Year Eve is usually celebrated in grand and lavish style in beaches, malls, restaurants and hotels.  In Chennai, you can see large crowd gathering or huge firework displays only in certain places. East Coast Road is the popular destination for New Year and Christmas celebrations. Best places to drink and party in Chennai are Mass Royal Club (ECR), Abu Sarovar Portico Hotel (Kilpauk), Zero Degree (T.Nagar), The Park Hotel (Nungambakkam) and Club Kattima (Thiruvanmiyur)

Apart from these hotels and clubs, there are lot of beach destinations, resorts and pubs that organize fun and frisk events for friends, families and couples. New Year is celebrated by all people. Numerous temples perform late night poojas and hundreds of devotees attend temple rituals during the New Year Eve. Grab your Chennai tour packages from at unbelievable price for this vacation and Customized on Customer’s convenient.