Kodaikanal Railway station

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Kodaikanal Railway station

Kodaikanal is the one and only option for the people belongs to southern parts of Tamilnadu in order to hide from the severity of summer. Train travel would be the most preferable option for most of the tourists as the train drills forestry and huge caves. The speed of the mountain trains would possibly suit people regardless of age in different ways. Train travel to Kodaikanal often makes people to feel the exciting journey and to get the memorable experience.

Nearby Railway station

The famous railway station nearer to Kodaikanal is the well furnished Palani Railway station which is located at the distance of 64 kilometres away from it. The Palani railway station is very good and well maintained as it is the prime spot to serve people belong to different parts of the World. The Palani railway station offers hi-fi beverage stalls and shops that render the most hygienic food and water. The train beautifully depicts the multiple cultures in different ways during the journey.

Chillness journey

The steep and bending continuous roads of the Ghats would splash the childish beats of the hearts to enjoy even more by never minding about others. As the Palani railway station is found to be very comfort to reach Kodaikanal. Every day this railway station receives passengers belong to different parts of India and it successfully connects the perfect rail routes between the prime stations before reaching Kodaikanal.

Online ticket booking

Many substations are available in between Palani and Kodaikanal and so tourists could enjoy the specialities of the forthcoming stations when they have selected the train route to reach Kodaikanal from Palani. Always to be in safer side, online railway ticket booking is mandatory especially during the vacation period. Once when the train tickets are booked, there would be no deviations from the status of the seats allotment. The train gets filled very sooner especially during summer as there are many festivals are celebrated between April and June.