Koyambedu is a locality in Chennai. It has become a major hub of activity due to constant movement of people and goods. The Sri Kurugaleeswarar Temple is an important temple of the locality. It is dedicated to Lord Shiva. Shiva as Kurugalkeeswarar is seated with Durga as Goddess Samvardhini on his right side as it is believed that worshipping Goddess on the right side of the Lord would advance delayed marriages. The locality boasts of having one of Asia's largest perishable goods market complex called the Koyambedu Wholesale Market Complex (KWMC). The Koyambedu Junction is a part of the Golden Quadrilateral project under the National Highway Development Project and is heavily utilized by interstate buses. It is believed that Lord Rama and Sita’s children Luv and Kush were born in Koyambedu. Several temples have been built in this area over hundreds of years. You can frequent the wholesale market complex and see the hustle and bustle of people trading their wares. Visitors can also enjoy the nightlife in the shopping complexes and restaurants of the area which are vibrant. The best to visit Koyambedu is between November and February. To book hotels in Koyambedu, Chennai you can log into MakeMyTrip.Com. Chennai hotels offer the best boarding and lodging facilities to tourists. Tariff rates of hotels in Chennai is cost-effective.