Non A/C A/C Non A/C A/C
INDICA 120 4 1520 1640 12 13 70
SWIFT/ETIOS 120 4 1660 1780 13 14 70
EECO 120 5 1830 1950 13 14 70
XYLO/TAVERA 120 5 2120 2240 15 16 90
INNOVA 120 5 3000 20 150

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                                          Thoothukudi, also known as Tuticorin, is a port city and a municipal corporation and an industrial city inThoothukudi district in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu. The city lies in the Coromandel Coast of Bay of Bengal. Thoothukudi is the headquarters of Thoothukudi district. It is located about 590 kilometres (367 miles) south ofChennai and 190 kilometres (118 miles) northeast of Thiruvananthapuram (Trivandrum).Tuticorin City serves as the headquarters of Tamilnad Mercantile Bank Limited.Tuticorin Port is one of the Fastest growing Major Ports in India. Tuticorin is an "Emerging Energy and Industrial hub of South India".

Popular places in Tuticorin

1.Sacred heart cathedral church

Sacred Heart Cathedral is one of the oldest churches in the city with the house of the Bishop. The foundation of the church was laid in 1849 by Father Cori at Father Caros’ wish and the work was carried forward by Father Piccinelli and later Brother Lamoth who completed the work in 1864. The church was renovated several times. The tabernacle of the church is placed as a pearl inside a shell to depict that Jesus is the pearl of the land.

2.Sankara Rameshwarar Temple

The Sankara Rameshwarar Temple is located close to the old bus stop of the city. Legends say that Lord Shiva and his consort Goddess Parvati stopped near the Vancha Pushkarani tank while they were travelling to Thiruchendur. While they rested here the Lord explained to Goddess Parvati the great secrets of Pranava Manthra. This gave the place its name Thirumanthira Nagar which later came to be known as Thoothukudi. The temple has been built at the spot where the Gods rested.

3.Nehru park

The Nehru Park is located on the north of the city. It is on the beach road and was previously maintained by “coats India”. The park has now been taken over by the Municipality. Nehru Park at Thoothukudi is also known as Rajaji Park. The park is also famous among the locals as Water Tank as the park houses a big water storage.

4.Our Lady Of Snows Church

Our Lady Of Snows Church is also known as the Shrine Basilica of Our Lady of Snow. The place is said to have been graced by the visit of Saint Francis in 1542. Later a church was constructed on the cliff in 1711 by the Portuguese and it was opened in 1713. The church was constructed in dedication to Mother Mary. The church houses a statue of Our Lady which was bought to Thoothukudi by the ship “Santalena” in 1555. In the year 1982, the shrine was raised to the statue of Basilica. This place is thronged by pilgrims every year during the annual celebration on 5th August.


Panchalankurichi is an attraction with historical significance. Located at a distance of 34 km from Thoothukudi, the place is the birthplace of Veerapandiya Kattabomman, a 17th century freedom fighter who fought against the British. The Kattabomman Memorial Fort dedicated to him was also built here by the Government in 1947 which is maintained by the Archaeological Survey of India.

6.Harbour beach

The Harbour Beach is located close to the Harbour Guest House. There is also a park near it where people can stroll in the evenings amidst the refreshing sea breeze. The park is a popular tourist spot today.