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Kutladampatti Falls, Tamil Nadu
Kutladampatti Falls is an artificial waterfall in Tamil Nadu. It is a famous tourist spot visited by many people.
 
 Kutladampatti Falls, Tamil NaduKutladampatti Falls is an artificial waterfall situated in the Madurai district in Tamil Nadu. The fall is located in the village of Kutladampatti close to Vadipatti. This is almost 30 km northwest of Madurai. Kutladampatti Falls is located in a reserve forest and is almost 27 metres in height. This forest is maintained by the Tamil Nadu Forest Department.

Kutladampatti Falls is a famous tourist spot and is mostly visited by people during the months from September to February. Several construction works have been initiated to boost up tourism here. Pavements and steps have been built by the local administration that leads to the falls.

Kutladampatti Falls is well connected by different modes of transport. Tourists from Madurai can take a direct bus from the Periyar bus stand. Tourists may also visit the spot via Vadipatti, traveling by bus. One can also avail the State Mini bus available from the Vadipatti bus stand.

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(Last Updated on : 28/09/2012)
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