Mahalingapuram-Round Road alais Round Tana :
This Round Road is
located in Mahalingapuram colony, and it is the most favourite place for
joggers, walkers, volleyball, Basketball and batmitton players. The place is the
called a get-together place for all the community from Pollachi town. This Round
road park opens early morning 5 a.m and most of the people come to walk and
exercise. This place has a play ground for kindergarten children. The place also
features with Jawaharlal Nehru statue.
Masani Amman Kovil :
Situated between Pollachi and Topslip it is
about 55 kms from the heart of Coimbatore. Devotees believe that if they grind
red chilly paste and apply it on the presiding deity, their lost valuables will
be restored to them. It is located at Aanamalai, Pollachi - 642104.04253-282337
Nallamudi Poonjolai Valley :
This valley is situated in Anaimudi Estate of Ms. BBTC Ltd. The reason behind naming it as Anaimudi Estate is very obvious. One can see the highest peak in South India i.e. Anaimudi Peak from here.
It will attract lot of tourists as this place has a beautiful view of a huge valley below as well. Contact District Forest Officer : Ph : 04259-235385.
Prachanda Vinayagar Temple :
This temple of Lord
Ganesha is more than 1000 years old as believed by the local public. Located on
the banks of River Aliyar, about 8 kilometers to the south of Pollachi, this
temple was in a dilapidated condition about 2 years ago. This temple is growing
more and more popular among the devotees of Coimbatore. Subbegoundenpudur,
Reverent Subramania Swamy Thirukoil :
This temple is located at
Pollachi. Konga Cholas built this temple of ‘Lord Shiva’ and named it as
‘Thiruvahatheswaramudayar’ temple, 700 years ago. This temple is a of high
architectural value. In due course, it was called as ‘Subramanyar Kovil’ and
‘Lord Subramanyar’ is worshipped here. Ph : 04259-229054
Sulakkal Mariamman TempleThis temple is located on Coimbatore - Pollachi road, 32 kms from Ukkadam.
‘Sulakkal’ was near the dense forest. The inhabitants of Sulakkal and other
villages nearby usually send their domestic animals to the forest for their
feed. Dharsana Timings: On Tuesdays & Fridays : 6:00 am to 8:00 pm On all other
weekdays: 6:00 am to 1:00 pm & 3:00pm to 8:00 pm. 04259-246246
Velayudhaswamy Thirukoil - Senjarimalai :
This temple was originally built by ‘Karikala
Chola’ and renovated by Veerapallalai III dates
back to 13th century. A holy spring called
‘Gnanatheertha Sunai’ and a sacred tree known as
‘Karunochi’ can be seen. Here, Lord Muruga came
to be worshipped as Manthragiri and Shree
Velayudhaswamy. Located at Senjarimalai.