Nungambakkam is a major residential area with many multinational companies, restaurants, religious places, theatres, shopping malls, foreign companies, government offices, schools, college institutions, star hotels, and tourist places. Nungambakkam has two subdivisions called Pushpa Nagar and Sterling road. The major areas near Nungambakkam are Egmore, Chetpet, T.nagar, Kodambakkam, Choolaimedu, and Kilpauk.The subpart of Nungambakkam includes the Lake area, college road, Mahalingapuram, Haddows road, and Shenoy road. Some of the familiar landmarks are Valluvar Kottam, Loyola College, Women's Christian College, SIMS Hospital, Ispahani Center, and Mexicano Griller. The famous Valluvar Kottam is in the village road of Nungambakkam is dedicated to the Tamil poet "Thiruvalluvar". Valluvar Kottam was constructed and executed in the year 1970 by the former Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu M. Karunanidhi.
The Regional passport office of Chennai is situated in the Haddows Road of Nungambakkam. Sir Mutha Venkata Subba Rao Concert Hall in Harrington Road of Nungambakkam is mainly famous for its live shows and stage performances.The famous temples in Nungambakkam are Agastheeswarar temple, Selva Vinayagar temple, Asalathamman temple, Devi karumari Amman temple, Aadipureeswarar temple, and Prasanna Venkatesha Perumal temple. There are lots of Bus facilities to reach Nungambakkam. Many nearby bus terminals connect major areas to Nungambakkam. Nungambakkam has train facilities also and the nearest train stations of Nungambakkam are Kodambakkam Railway station and Chetpet Railway Station. The easiest way to reach Nungambakkam is by taking the Chennai beach train.
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