Marudhamalai Hill Temple is a 12th-century structure that is located atop a hill in the Western Ghats.
The temple is set amidst lush surroundings, and the drive up to the site can be a beautiful experience. Visitors can get a wonderful view of Coimbatore city from the top. The temple is dedicated to Lord Muruga, and hundreds of devotees visit it every day to pay their respects to the deity.
The temple was built by the Tamil Kings during the Sangam period and is a well-known architectural wonder. Marudhamalai Hill is also home to several important medicinal herbs, which are used extensively to make Ayurvedic medicines.Places nearby:
Rose Garden One of the Most Beautiful Rose Gardens in Asia 45 km / 28 mi
Eravikulam National Park: Home of the Endangered Nilgiri Tahr 101 km / 63 mi
Mattupetty Dam Lake: Best Soothing Spot in Munnar 105 km / 65 mi
Echo Point In Munnar, India: Hear The Booming Echoes 106 km / 65 mi
Mangalavanam Bird Sanctuary: Famous Mangrove Vegetation in Cochin 134 km / 83 mi