Radisson Blu Temple Bay Surrounded by Attractions
Guests enjoy dual pleasures from a stay at the Radisson Blu. All the delights of a beachside resort are on full display, along with easy access to some of India’s most striking, treasured attractions.
- Arjuna's Penance (1 km)
This striking bas-relief sculpture, the world’s largest, is believed to depict Arjuna, hero of Mahabharata, doing penance to Lord Shiva.
- Krishna's Butter Ball (1 km)
A natural masterpiece, this massive boulder improbably balances on a steep hillside.
- Krishna Mandapam (1 km)
Bas-relief carvings depict and honour Lord Krishna.
- Shore Temple (1.5 km)
This 8th-century Dravidian temple on the Bay of Bengal is the region’s oldest.
- Five Rathas (2.5 km)
Also known as the Pancha Pandava Rathas, these five temples, four from a single rock formation, impressively showcase Dravidian architecture.
- Tiger's Cave (6 km)
An ancient open-air theatre, today this cave is popular for a picnic.