Coimbatore also called Koyamuthur and Kovai, is the main city in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu. It situated on the banks of the Noyyal River and bounded by the Western Ghats. Coimbatore is listed in the top two biggest cities in Tamil Nadu after Chennai and listed in the top 16 largest urban agglomerations in India. The city is one of the biggest exporters of wet grinders, jewellery, poultry and auto components. The "Kovai Cora Cotton" and the "Coimbatore Wet Grinder" are recognised as Geographical Indications by the Government of India. It is managed by the Coimbatore Municipal Corporation and is the organisational capital of Coimbatore district.
Coimbatore International Airport is the main airport that served for the city of Coimbatore in Tamil Nadu. The airport is located within the city at Peelamedu which is approximately about 11 km (6.2 mi) from the centre of the city. Coimbatore International Airport listed in the top 18 busiest airports in India for passengers handled and listed in the top 18 busiest for total aircraft movement and listed in the top 15 busiest for cargo handling. This airport is the second largest airport in the state for runway length, aircraft movement, terminal area, passenger traffic and cargo after Chennai International Airport in Tamil Nadu. Nowadays, the airport is served by five domestic airlines and three international airlines providing non-stop flight connectivity to three international and 14 domestic destinations. There is one airline operator that provided flight from Kuala Lumpur International Airport to Coimbatore International Airport which is by Singapore Airlines until the present.
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Commonly, the best time to book to Coimbatore from Kuala Lumpur flights is in two months in advance. And the cheapest days to fly are from Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays. Sunday is the most expensive due to people that want to go back to their hometown. Coimbatore has little hot summers and humid. Weather in the evening, morning, and night stay quite enjoyable, while in the afternoon it gets hotter. The temperature during summers in Coimbatore ranges between 25.5 degrees Celsius to 40.5 degrees Celsius. It is a suitable time to go for morning and evening wildlife safari in Indira Gandhi Wildlife Sanctuary or to visit Monkey Falls, Black Thunder, and Siruvani Falls.
Siruvani Waterfalls – The dam and the Siruvani Waterfalls are named after both are located 37 km (22 mi) west of Coimbatore in the Western Ghats. The artificial lake at Siruvani was built for Tamil Nadu by the Kerala government with funds collected by the Tamil Nadu government to meet the drinking water requirements to the peoples of Coimbatore. The view from the dam and falls is a traveller attraction. The entryways on either side of the dam and the road across are typical of the Kerala and Tamil architectural styles. Siruvani is also home-based to certain tribes such as the Irulars and Mudugars. Water from Siruvani River is improved for its taste and mineral properties and Siruvani is listed in the top 2 tastiest water in the World.
Black Thunder (theme park) - Black Thunder is a water theme park in Tamil Nadu, India that first opened in 1993. Black Thunder located at the foot of Nilgiris near Mettupalayam, in Coimbatore 41 km north of the city and occupies an area of about 75.5 acres (300,000 m2). The theme park offers about 49 different thrilling rides which include the Surf Hill and the Wild River Ride that is most attracted among visitors. The theme park also has a hotel inside it to ease the visitors.
Marudhachalamurthy (Lord Muruga) Temple - Marudhachalamurthy (Lord Muruga) Temple also called as Marudamalai is a popular 12th-century hill temple build by Tamil kings during Sangam period as shown in purananuru and purposed to Hindu god Muruganthat located near Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, India. The temple also is considered as the Seventh House of Lord Murugan. Like most Murugan temples, the temple is unique since it situated upon a hillock, part of the Western Ghats about 11 km west from the city of Coimbatore. Thai Poosam and other Murugan festivals are celebrated here every year which have lots of peoples come during this festival.