Palani is situated 90 miles (145 kilometers) away from Cochin, a a well-known city in India.
The region is extremely popular with tourists. To discover why, visit the other interesting attractions surrounding Palani. Some interesting places within a relatively short distance of Palani are Udumalaipettai, 20 miles (32 kilometers) to the southeast, and Ambaturai, 30 miles (48 kilometers) to the northwest.
Around 15 miles (24 kilometers) to the south of Palani is Kodaikanal, a regional city where you go see Pillar Rocks, Kodaikanal Golf Club and Bryant Park. And don't return to Palani until you've visited Kodaikanal's Kurinji Temple Kodaikanal, Kurinji Temple and American University of India.
Take the time to delve deeper into Tamil Nadu by researching its earlier chapters. A good way to start is by visiting the area's historically significant fortresses. Should the heavens open, fear not, Tamil Nadu offers a number of popular palaces and history museums, guaranteed to keep you and your family busy.
Get a bird's-eye view of this region by heading skyward. Paragliding is a popular pastime here.
Sometimes, the most cherished travel memories are waiting in local eating establishments. Locals in this area regularly use lentils and spices in their dishes. Why don't you try masala dosa (thin crepe with dips) or sambar (lentil and vegetable stew)? Both dishes are a common fare in this region. Tamil Nadu dishes such as shahi tukda (bread pudding) are also great to try.
When it's finally time to bid goodbye to Palani, head to the nearest major airport situated in Coimbatore, 50 miles (80 kilometers) to the northwest.