Trains from Surat to Madurai

The journey by train from Surat to Madurai is scheduled to take between 33 hours 20 minutes and 42 hours 25 minutes depending upon which train you take. The distance travelled via the shortest route is 1,823 km.

Train Times from Surat to Madurai

There are 2 train services from Surat Railway Station (ST) to Madurai Junction Railway Station (MNM).

TrainSurat (ST)Madurai (MDU)
Operating Days
0956813:3522:55 + 1 dayF
0673421:2015:45 + 1 dayT

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Location of Surat Railway Station

Surat Railway Station is 22.6 km by road from Dumas Beach.

Google Map of Surat Railway Station

Location of Madurai Junction Railway Station

Madurai Junction Railway Station is 1.7 km km by road from Arulmigu Meenakshi Sundareshwarar Temple.

Google Map of Madurai Junction Railway Station

About Travel to Madurai

Madurai is the third largest city in Tamil Nadu State in Southern India. The centre of the city, which has 1.5 million permanent residents, is dominated by the Arulmigu Meenakshi Sundareshwarar Temple, often referred to simply as the Meenakshi Temple. The Meenakshi Temple is a Hindu temple that was constructed in the 17th Century and is a popular place of worship which attracts large number of pilgrims. The temple covers an area of 56,000 sqm and features 14 gopuram towers ranging from 40 to 50 metres in height. Gopuram towers are a distinctive feature of temple architecture in Tamil Nadu and are traditionally covered in carvings depicting gods and other important figures from Hindu mythology. The gopuram towers at the Meenakshi Temple are arguably the best example of this distinctive architectural feature and a reason in themselves to visit Madurai.

Gopura at the Meenakshi Temple in Madurai
Gopura at the Meenakshi Temple in Madurai

Madurai city centre also has a number of other noteworthy buildings to visit such as the Kazimar Big Mosque, the Thirumalai Nayak Palace and the Thiruparankundram Temple. Many visitors, however, simply transit through Madurai on route to areas of national beauty near to Madurai, such as Kodaikanal, in the Palani Hills, and the 46 metre high Suruli Waterfalls, and the Azhagar Kovil temple located in the Alagar Hills.

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