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Marudhamalai Hill Temple

12 Km from City Railway Station, Coimbatore, India
+91 422 242 2490
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“hill temple” (22 reviews)
“lord muruga” (34 reviews)
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12 Km from City Railway Station, Coimbatore, India
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+91 422 242 2490
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Reviewed January 28, 2018 via mobile

This temple is located in a small hill top... you can walk or go by your own vehicle or by bus provided by the temple from the foot hills. Every time I visit this abode, new buildings are found. The Lord Murugan is vey beautiful...More

Thank plpalani
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Reviewed December 31, 2017

Though not included in one of the Six Important Murugan Temples ( Arupadai Veedu) it attracts huge following. As is customary with most Murugan Temples it is on top of a Hill. Either you can take a bus or trek through steps. Private Mini Vans...More

Thank KRAMA200
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Reviewed December 28, 2017 via mobile

Nice view and a quiet temple.But again if you pay more you get a closer view of the deity,which is ridiculous. But then we had a nice serene time here.

Thank pratibhaajeeth
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Reviewed December 26, 2017

Temple which is comparatively less commercialized and importantly can spend reasonably good time near the main shrine unlike other famous temples. The temple has been designed beautifully. Only problem will be with the elderly having knee issues as it is non senior citizen friendly.

Thank Animesh M
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Reviewed December 3, 2017

We travelled as a family, and though it was Sabarimala season with lots of devotees on a 'Kanda Sashti' day, we had good Darshan with the Rs. 20 Spl. Darshan ticket. The temple is very easy to navigate and the Lord was resplendant that day...More

Thank 253balajir
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Reviewed November 22, 2017 via mobile

This is a very nice temple and a vantage point to see Coimbatore city. Early mornings are pleasant and you can see the sunrise. Please avoid going during the day during summer. Also if taking Uber or ola tell the drivers that they should wait...More

Thank akhilchandu
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Reviewed November 19, 2017

To reach here we need to come to hill top by means of a bus and then climb the steps to see the wonderful lord and the city beneath.

Thank Velvet444
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Reviewed November 13, 2017

This is a lovely relatively small Lord Muruga temple located in the hills on the edge of Coimbatore. The temple is nicely painted with a nice image of Lord Muruga. On a clear day the view is also nice. We went around 9.30am on a...More

Thank Arunk45
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Reviewed November 12, 2017 via mobile

For those visiting Coimbatore for the very first time must visit this temple situated on the hill top where by walk is more preferable than by going by bus or car .Lord Murgan bless us all...

Thank 642sushilg
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Reviewed November 11, 2017 via mobile

It is one of the most important place to see in coimbatore.its very nice, well maintained.we had a very good trip enjoyed lot.

Thank sabareesh2015
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Vishuma
March 10, 2018|
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Response from DrValliappan | Reviewed this property |
When you reach the top (by stairs or by own vehicle or by Temple mini-bus in fixed fare), you have approved barbers (ensure they use new blade in the knife) and temple sells tickets, tips are optional. There is pay-and use... More
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Aileen D
February 16, 2016|
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Response from Nandakumar G | Reviewed this property |
there is nodress code. however wearing 'lungis' is not permitted
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RinkuShewani
January 25, 2015|
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Response from Nandakumar G | Reviewed this property |
there are 2 ways to go up. 1. a vehicle - your own or the minibus shuttle run by the temple will take you almost to the top. from there u have to climb about 50 steps. 2. you can take the steps from the bottom right upto... More
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