Several flights operate throughout the week between London and Coimbatore. Travellers are usually in for a long haul flight with one or more stopover(s) anywhere at Mumbai, Frankfurt, Abu Dhabi, Dubai, or Chennai. As a result of a longer journey lasting from 16 - 24 hours one can easily book a cheap flight online. Heathrow is the most popular London airport for departures to Coimbatore. The metropolitan area of the city is only about 6.8 miles away from the airport and very easily accessible via public transport. Economical travel options include public buses to important locations in the city. Radio cabs, pre-paid taxis as well as auto rickshaws are conveniently available at affordable costs.
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Perur Pateeswarar Temple is arguably one of the most famous Hindu temples in South India. It is dedicated to Lord Shiva and said to be thousands of years old. Temple also features a golden statue of Nataraja (The Lord of Dance) and a separate shrine of Lord Ganesha.2 Marudamalai Temple
Marudamalai is another popular temple in Coimbatore. It is believed to be at least 1200 years old and was built by the 'Kongu Vettuva' kings in Tamil Nadu for local deity Murugan.3 Gass Forest Museum
Gass Forest Museum is a museum of natural history, which was open to public in early 20th century. The museum is located in centre of the city in Forest College Campus. Visitors can find rare species of plants and also a section of taxidermy of various animals.4 Ancient Industrial Artifacts Museum
Visitors can arrive the Ancient Industrial Artifacts Museum through Nanjundapuram Road. This interesting tourist place showcases artifacts from Old and New Stone Age as well as antiques from Boluvampatti, Vellalur and Perur. Some of the ancient items on display include coins, jewellery, copper bangles, beads, stone slab inscriptions etc.5 Indira Gandhi Wildlife Sanctuary and National Park
This UNESCO World Heritage Site is located close to Coimbatore and easily accessable via public transport. The sanctuary contains six ranges and houses various threatened and non-endangered species of animals like the Bengal Tiger, Indian elephant, Dhole, Sambar Deer, Indian Giant Squirrel, Indian leopard and many many more.