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Welcome to Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu’s second largest city, also known as Kovai. Surrounded by the Western Ghats and located on the banks of the Noyyal River, Coimbatore is termed as the ‘Manchester of India’ for its textile industry. It is increasingly cosmopolitan and friendly, blessed with a pleasant climate.

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Cross-Cut Road in Coimbatore

Situated in the heart of Coimbatore, this place is one of the major shopping hubs. Cross-Cut Road is chock-a-block with jewellery and textile retail shops. This is the place to delve for khadi fabrics, casual cotton, Kanchivaram and Banarasi sarees. There are many mid-range accommodation options available in Cross-Cut Road (starting at INR 1000/USD 15 approx. per night). The Coimbatore International Airport is a 40-minute drive from Cross-Cut Road.

RS Puram in Coimbatore

RS Puram is a perfect mix of commercial and residential hub, offering various educational institutions, government offices, sporting facilities, shopping complexes, restaurants, tourist spots and cultural centres. The accommodation options here vary from affordable to mid-range options (starting at INR 1000/USD 15 approx. per night). The Coimbatore International Airport is located approx. 14 km from here.

Trichy Road in Coimbatore

Trichy Road is a great place to satisfy your sugar cravings. Head to Sri Krishna Sweets and try the variety of saccharine items. The famous Mysurpa sweet (made with margarine and lentil) is also found here. So, the next time you are in Coimbatore and want to shop for a few sweet meats, you know where to exactly find them. There are many affordable accommodation options (starting at INR 900/USD 13 approx. per night) available here. The Coimbatore International Airport is a 26-minute drive (approx.) from here.

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Transport in Coimbatore

Coimbatore has an efficient transportation system and its suburbs are well connected by air, rail and roads. A large number of public buses make travelling in the city a breeze. Also, a good number of intra-city private buses run inside the city. Metered taxis and fixed-rate taxis are also available. Maxi-cabs (vans) also work on many routes in the city.

Food in Coimbatore

The population of Coimbatore is multi-cultural and the cuisine is predominantly south Indian. Rice is the staple food with other food items like idli (Indian savory cake), dosa (a type of pancake made with fermented batter and stuffed with potato), sambar (Indian vegetable stew), mysore pak (a dessert made from ghee and lentil flour) and halwa (a dessert made of milk, rice and wheat) consumed on a regular basis. Most locals have retained the rural flavor and eat their meals (mostly vegetarian) served in a banana leaf. Coimbatore also has a bustling street-food culture owing to the migration of North Indian population. The Kaazhaan (deep fried mushrooms in a spicy broth, sprinkled with onions and coriander) is very popular. Restaurants serving Chinese, Continental and North Indian cuisine are also available.

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Note: All the above information is correct as of 31st March 2016.