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A seaside town in the southern part of Karnataka, the town's name is synonymous with Udupi cuisine which is famous all over India. Very close to the city of Mangalore, Udupi lies only about 56 km away by road. A rich place with an evident confluence of culture, religion, heritage, food and cuisine, it attracts steady visitors throughout the year. Udupi is famous for the Sri Krishna Matha and the Udupi Anantheshwara Temple, both of which are important religious sites to Hindus, with the latter being over a thousand years old. \n\nUdupi has many other temples as well, such as the Anegudde Vinayaka Temple, Chandramoulishwar Temple and others. Among other attractions, Udupi has many pristine beaches as well as islands just off the coast, and which can be easily visited by ferries. The main attraction among coastal islands is St. Mary's Island with scenic views as well as abundant wildlife to see. Udupi has many famous beaches as well, some of them are Kapu beach, Kodi beach and others. \n\nA city of many attractions and much variety, Udupi is a place which has the balance of the hustle and bustle as well as peace and quiet.
A region famous in Karnataka for its cuisine, there is more to Udupi than meets the eye
Udupi houses some of the finest lesser-known beaches and places of interest
Look up the dwellings in the temple town of Udupi to have an insight into its heritage.
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