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Sirumalai Reserved Forests

Sirumalai, Tamil Nadu 624003, India

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About Sirumalai Reserved Forests

Sirumalai is a reserved region of 6000 acres. Many high hills, nature, waterfalls, trekking area ,wildlife ,etc.

Attractions near Sirumalai Reserved Forests

Kutladampatti Falls7.09km from Sirumalai Reserved Forests

This is a 27-meter long waterfall located inside a reserve forest of Kutladampatti, where one can spend an inexpensive time and rejuvenate the mind and enjoy the beauty of nature.

Dindigul Rock Fort18.83km from Sirumalai Reserved Forests

A 17th-century hill fort built by Madurai Nayak situated in the top a hill. Historical place, architectural beauty.

Samanar Hills30.73km from Sirumalai Reserved Forests

A hill complex located in Madurai which is revered for its historical and cultural significance. this is the prime location where the Jain monks lived about 2000 years ago.

Gandhi Memorial Museum33.24km from Sirumalai Reserved Forests

This is a memorial for Gandhiji established in 1959. it is one of the five Gandhi Sangrahalayas in India. It includes a part of the blood-stained garment worn by Gandhi, when he was assassinated.

Meenakshi Amman Temple33.37km from Sirumalai Reserved Forests

A world-famous temple located in Madurai. The temple has a great mythological and historical significance. This temple is nominated as one of the wonders in the world by its architectural beauty and myths.

Thirumalai Nayakkar Palace34.01km from Sirumalai Reserved Forests

This palace was erected in 1626 AD in the city of Madurai, by king Thirumalai Nayak. The palace depicts the perfect blend of Dravidian and Rajput styles. After Independence, this palace was declared as a national monument and till date continues to be one of the spectacular monuments of Southern India.

Where is Sirumalai Reserved Forests

Discover more attractions in Dindigul, where Sirumalai Reserved Forests is located

Dindigul13 attractions

Dindigul derives its name from the words 'Thindu' which means pillow and 'kal' which means rock. It refers to the bare hills which overlook the city.