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Palarivattam to Palani Bus Service
|Number of buses : ||1|
|Starting Fare : ||INR 750|
Palarivattam to Palani Bus Detail
|Time taken : ||04:45 hours|
|Total operators : ||1|
Bus From Palarivattam to Palani
Long journey by bus from palarivattam to palani is made effortless by redBus, one of the eminent bus ticketing platform fulfilling most of the travel requirements. Numerous operators run their buses in this route creating ample amount of convenience for many people in India. Secured online ticket reservation process and easy booking techniques help every traveler to undergo smooth booking.
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Operators serving on this Route
A number of prominent operators ply buses from palarivattam to palani ensuring punctuality and safety for its passengers. Major operators offering disparate kinds of bus services are,
Boarding Points in Palarivattam
Most of the buses pass through various boarding terminals in the route, a few of the many popular points are:
Dropping Points in Palani
Most of the buses stop at several drop points in the route, a few of the many popular ones are:
Palarivattam to Palani Bus Types
Various types of buses serve from Palarivattam to Palani ensuring safety and comfort for travelers, a few buses services are:
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Palani is a city which is situated in the Dindigul district of Tamil Nadu in South India. It is famous for the temple of Kartikeya. Every year almost seven million devotees visit the temple. The city has the awesome picturesque beauty of the Western Ghats and the Palni Hills. Here lies the hill station of Kodaikanal. Moreover, the two hills namely Sivagiri and Sakthigiri are prominent in the city. Several lakes are also located here and the largest among them is the Vaiyyapuriyan Kulam.