Vacationing in this popular part of the country is about discovering new things, so why don't you jump in the car and visit a couple of the other fascinating destinations in the vicinity of Korampallam. Iravanpatti, lays 19 miles (31 kilometers) to the southeast, while Seydunganallur is situated 20 miles (32 kilometers) to the northeast.
Tamil Nadu features some important temples and other places of worship, perfect places to get a feel for the region's spiritual side. If the weather forecast means you don't want to be outside, plan a trip to Tamil Nadu's history museums and palaces.
Tamil Nadu offers some great options for those who love water. Surfing and wind surfing are just two of the ways to have fun upon the water here.
Sampling the food eaten by locals is usually about more than just filling your stomach. It is also a window into places and people's lives. Two of the region's favourite ingredients are lentils and spices. Two of the regional favorites worth tracking down are masala dosa (thin crepe with dips) are sambar (lentil and vegetable stew). Tamil Nadu dishes such as shahi tukda (bread pudding) are also great to try.
If you plan on traveling by plane, it's handy to remember that the nearest major airport is Madurai Airport, 75 miles (121 kilometers) to the north of Korampallam.