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Living in Tirunelveli, Tamil Nadu:
Tips for Moving and Visiting

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If you've been wondering what it's like to live in or visit Tirunelveli, the Crowdsourced Explorer community can help. We asked ten people living in Tirunelveli what someone who is considering moving to or visiting there should know. Here are their pros and cons, tips, and advice:

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Tirunelveli is one of the best semi urban areas in Tamil Nadu. You should visit the famous Tirunelveli Iruttu Kadai Halwa lies exact opposite to Swamy Nellaiappar Kovil, Tirunelveli Town for their authentic Halwa, a famous sweet in South India. Try Tirunelveli Junction’s Shanthi Sweets Halwa. Moving to Tirunelveli, you can find houses for rent affordably in all localities. Best to stay at: Maharajanagar, Palayamkottai, NGO Colony, Perumalpuram, Murugankurichi. These areas see less water scarcity during dry seasons compared to other localities.

Nitesh, says: 2020

My city is famous for a sweet named Halwa which has its recognition as geographical Indication Tag. We have lots of temple architectures that admire you. People are good in hospitality. Our city has many renowned educational institutions that shows how literate people here are. A river named Thamirabarani flows through our city.

Prathyusha, says: 2020

If you are an engineering graduate to move to Tirunelveli, in search of software companies, sorry for you, for we have only automobile industries large in number. But it is really a bliss for parents, who have ample opportunities to join their children in any standard of school they wish, for Tirunelveli is overcrowded with a number of schools.

Lekshmi, says: 2020

People should visit the traditional temples and ancient villages in Tirunelveli city. The native language in the region is famous. The river Thamirabarani flows through the city which is rich in minerals and having unique taste in Water. There is a famous temple called Nellaiappar temple where Lord shiva is the main deity besides Kanthimathi amman temple.

Pradeepa, says: 2020

Someone who move to my city should the special things in my city. It’s famous for mouth watering Halwa and very old Goddess Shiva temple. My city is the first city in our state to construct two joined up and down over bridges. The city is fulfilled with Thamirabarani river. And there are more like these features.

Nairita, says: 2020

Tirunelveli also known as Nellai, is a southern district in Tamil Nadu. The atmosphere here is soothing and you can have a peaceful life here. On the hand, you might have heard of Kutralam waterfalls, where everyone urges to take a splash. The greenery which surrounds the city and temple bell sound gives you a homely feel wherever you go throughout the city.

Bhuvaneswari, says: 2020

Tirunelveli is well-known for “halwa”. One world-famous Hindu temple called “Nellaiappar” is here. All the people in this city are very cultured, and very kind. I like my city very much. It is nearby Kanyakumari district. It is very peaceful city also. This city is also called, “Oxford of South India”.

This is the south of the country which has lot of rivers and is surrounded by nature. There are a lot of temples. Everyone likes this city because of the unique lifestyle. People who were very cultured and literacy is high. There are a lot of schools are here to provide the standard education and so everyone like my city.

Aritra, says: 2020

The city is more populated. Different modes of transport are available here. You can taste more spicy foods here. Tirunelveli is most for Iruttukadai Halwa and Nellaiappar temple. You can also enjoy the agricultural fields here. Cabs are available for your traveling. You can visit more types of worship places here. You can also eat delicious desserts here.

Tirunelveli is nearly 2000 years old. it is known for its natural wonder in its surroundings. Palayamkottai is “Oxford of South India” as it contains most reputed and famous institutions. The city is known for its sweet tooth and hence known as Halwa town. The sweet shops in this city are quite famous.

Aleena, says: 2020

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