We came back to our hotel and rested for a while. Again around 8 pm, we thought of taking a walk around the Marina beach. There were few souvenir and food stalls and all the lighting were making the beach look more beautiful. Since it looked little dangerous, no one was bathing in the sea. In around 2 hours we came back and had dinner at hotel, slept early thinking to capture sunrise the next day.
10. Spend some time at World's 2nd largest beachThis is best to spend evenings with your friends and family. It is so long beach that it takes almost 1 hour to go from one end to other by walk but in between, you will find amazing people, like here I meet the most famous Akka of Chennai who sells the best seafood here, check this video about her:
Marina beach in Chennai along the Bay of Bengal is India's longest and world's second longest beach.Walking along the beaches during sunrise and sunset is a pleasant experience for all. In the evening this beach becomes a fair ground with numerous stalls selling artifacts, handcrafted showpieces, ethnic jewelry, and food items. Children play games and frolic around.Dinner Time :Visiting Chennai and not eating Biryani ? Hash-tag need to be attached #MustTry . Head to Aasife Biryani and enjoy the yummy biryani. For veg peeps. You must try VEG KURMA AND PAROTHA.
Marina Beach is a natural urban beach in Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India, along the Bay of Bengal. The beach runs from near Fort St. George in the north to Foreshore Estate in the south,, making it the longest natural urban beach in the country. The Marina is primarily sandy, unlike the short, rocky formations that make up the Juhu Beach in Mumbai. Bathing and swimming at the Marina Beach are legally prohibited because of the dangers, as the undercurrent is very turbulent. It is one of the most crowded beaches in the country and attracts lot of tourists .
Below are glimpses of Marina Beach. This beach is among the dirtiest beaches in India still we visited it just for fun. :)