Chennai Reopens Beaches To Public From February 1

by Suchismita Pal
Chennai Reopens Beaches To Public From February 1

The Chennai beaches were shut for a long time owing to the COVID-19 situation in the country. But as Tamil Nadu lifts restrictions, the public will be allowed to access the beaches from February 1. However, the public will be urged to wear a mask and no overcrowding will be allowed. The longest natural urban beach in India, the Marina Beach in Chennai, will finally be open for visitors.

Marnia Beach Had Earlier Reopened For Visitors

In the start of December 2020, the Tamil Nadu government had announced some relaxations in the state, which included reopening of the Marina Beach. After reopening, the beach witnessed a good number of people. Large crowds could be seen on the beach even during the day. The Greater Chennai Corporation had invited vendors of Marina Beach for application of modern pushcarts. Also, here’s how to get a panoramic view of the breathtaking Marina Beach.

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Marina Beach Finally Reopens To Visitors

The Marina Beach in Chennai is finally open to visitors. People can now throng to the splendid beach to watch the waves crashing on the shoreline and enjoy the soothing ocean beach. Many have also posted pictures of the beach on social media, expressing their joy over its reopening. One user tweeted, “Everything is better at the beach. Stepping Marina Beach after 8 months”. Another user wrote, “From sand castles to empty carousels single silhouettes to stolen kisses , mortal remains it has seen it all #marinabeach good to be back.” Meanwhile, these Indian beaches were glowing up in sparkling blue due to bioluminescence.  

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