KPN Travels operates close to 0 buses from Villupuram to Madurai which are separated by a distance of 0Kms.KPN Travels is one of the major bus operators that runs buses between Villupuram and Madurai and they have 0 buses along this route. The first KPN Travels bus starts at , and you can easily access buses till . The KPN Travels buses have a minimum bus fare starting from Rs.0, and the maximum bus fare is Rs.0.
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Viluppuram is a town located in the state of Tamil Nadu. It is the headquarters of the Viluppuram district, which is the second largest district of Tamil Nadu. The major source of income of the town is agriculture. Viluppuram is a geologically varies area as it contains metamorphic rocks belonging to the Genesis family. Three major groups of sedimentary rocks belonging to different geological periods can also be seen here, making it an important destination for geologists. The Gingee Hills and the Kalvarayan Hills offer some beautiful lush green vegetation and sceneries to visitors. Abath Hayeswarar Temple, located at eth entrance of Sendamanagalam is one of the major attractions here. National Highway No. 45, from Chennai to Dindigul via Tiruchirapalli, goes through the town. As such, Viluppuram is well connected by road to major cities and other parts of the state. It has longest stretch of National Highway in Tamil Nadu.
Madurai, also known as the temple city, is located on the banks of River Vaigai. Famous for the magnificent ornate temple, Madurai is also known as ‘thoonganagaram’ or the city that never sleeps. Meenakshi Amman Temple, the landmark temple of Madurai, is dedicated to Parvati and Lord Shiva. Some of the other places with religious importance are Koodal Azhagar Koil, Alagarkovil, Lord Subramanya Temple, St. Mary’s Cathedral, Thiruparankundram, Kazimar Big Mosque, Hazrat Sultan Sikandhar Badushah Dargah and Noopura Gangai. Trek enthusiasts can trek through the Azhagar forest to the highest point in the area called Phalaianaiparai which commands extensive views of the Silambar, Periyaruvi and Bison valley. The national monument Thirumalai Nayak Palace, constructed in the Indo-Saracenic style by Thirumalai Nayakar in 1636 CE, is an example of architectural grandeur. Gandhi Memorial Museum, Eco Park, Rajaji Children Park, and MGR Race Course Stadium are the other attractions in Madurai city.