Southern tip of the mainland of Indian blended with cultures of the Kerala and the Tamil Nadu, waters of the Bay of Bengal, the Arabian sea and the Indian Ocean wash the land of Kanyakumari.
Guganathaswamy temple: Another Chola temple, was built by Raja raja about 1000 years back.
Kanyakumari Bagavathiamman temple: Name of the place was derived from Kanyakumari, presiding deity.
Udayagiri Fort: It was built during mid 18th century A.D in the reign of Marthandavarma with strategic importance.
St. Xavier church: It was built by St. Xavier during 16th century A.D. View of the church from the sea is attractive and it stands tall on the mainland. It is famous for annual festival which is celebrated for 10 days.
How to reach Kanyakumari: It is connected by Rail and Road network.