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Singanallur Lake

Singanallur Lake, Kallimadai, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu 641005

Lake/ River/ Ponds

About Singanallur Lake

Lake located in the Singanallur village of Coimbatore spread over an area of 1.153 sq km.  The lake is fed by the canals derived from the Noyyal river. This lake supports a rich biodiversity including all living beings.


Attractions near Singanallur Lake

GD Naidu Museum5.3km from Singanallur Lake

G. D. Naidu (Gopalaswamy Doraiswamy Naidu) was an engineer who is referred to as the "Edison of India". He is credited with the manufacture of the first electric motor in India. The museum contains unique cars that are collected by G. D Naidu.

Kari Motor Speedway Racetrack10.31km from Singanallur Lake

Kari motor speedway is a purpose built formula 3 auto racing circuit or race track, located in Chettipalayam.

TNAU Botanical Garden10.36km from Singanallur Lake

This is a botanical garden under the Tamilnadu Agricultural University. there are so many varieties of plants and trees and each species is labeled with its common name and species name.

112 Feet Adiyogi30.87km from Singanallur Lake

Adiyogu statue is the tallest Siva statue situated in the Coimbatore district of Tamilnadu which has been recognized by the Guinness world records as the largest bust sculpture in the world. This was designed by sadguru Jaggi Vasudev and is a part of the Isha foundation.

Arulmigu Avinashi Lingeshwarar Temple34.77km from Singanallur Lake

It is believed to be the first among the seven shivasthalams of Kongunadu. The temple construction is connected to a legend based on SUndaramoorthi Nayanar.

Noyyal River35.49km from Singanallur Lake

This is a small river in western Tamilnadu which rises from the Velliangiri hills in the western ghats.

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