Kanchipuram is a well-known religious place in tamilnadu and lot of visitors are expected to visit this place. Ekambareswarar temple is one of the most sought after temple in this holy town. Below mentioned are the some of the best modes of transport to reach Kanchipuram.
Kanchipuram by train – There are two ways through which passenger trains can be connected to Kanchipuram. One is through Chennai suburb of Chengalpattu however it does not take you to the main city and the other is to the most famous pilgrimage center tirupathi. The express trains moving from the city Mumbai to city Madurai halts at Kanchipuram couple of times a week. Government is planning for more trains leaving to Kanchipuram.
Kanchipuram by Road – Kanchipuram is well linked by streets to Chennai and other important areas and places in Tamil Nadu and other areas of Southern Indian. Rickshaws and automatic rickshaws can be availed as local transportation. The casual visitor should choose to go on a non-festive days to go around and visit different places as it would not be crowded. Travelling by road is always advantageous as you can stop by anywhere and enjoy the view.
Kanchipuram by Air – To travel to Kanchipuram by air then the best way to go is through Chennai airport where all the internal flights and domestic flights function.
Kanchipuram by buses – It approximately takes around 2 hours as there are frequent buses available connecting to Kanchipuram and Chennai. It is a convenient way to travel and on the way one can choose to get down and hire a taxi to go around the places. They charge around Rs 2000 to Rs 3000.