Discovering Puri

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Famously situated on the sunshine coast, beautiful Puri is voted as one of the most visited Beach resort in the whole of South-Eastern coastline of Indian sub-continent.

It is a holy town and the abode of Lord Jagannath, believed by Hindus to be the Lord of the Universe. It is one of the most important among the four important Hindu pilgrimages. The town is visited by 2 million or even more tourists every year.

Puri is famous for a plethora of religious festivities that keep happening all through the year. The most famous of them all is the great Car Festival, the festival itself draws a crowd of over a million.

The town is declared as the heritage tourist centre by the government of India and offers a great and elaborate exposure to an exquisite culture and art extravaganza besides providing an excellent ambiance for spiritual fulfillment.

Situated almost on the seafront, enjoying breath-taking sea views and easy access to all local attractions; the XXX RESORTS OCEAN HOME is one of the very best locations for exploring the beauty and pleasures of Puri.

In fact, we are located away from the maddening din and bustle of the main township. It enables bliss of serene solitude.

The beach is proud of it’s Blue Flag Award for litter free beaches, clean water and great facilities! The town is home to a variety of shops, restaurants for a sophisticated day out.

The high street and indoor shopping centres are just a ten minute drive away, great for souvenirs or a little retail therapy

One can visit neighbouring Sun Temple at Konarka, fresh-water lake front at Satpada, and wild-life sanctuary and zoo at the bustling capital city of Bhubaneswar. Puri enjoys above average sunshine hours.

With its pristine white sandy beaches, secluded coves and mild climate, Puril is one of Odisha's most popular holiday destinations, attracting millions of visitors every year.

This small pilgrimage town and beach resort has something for everyone.

Puri at a glance:

  • Warm and sunny throughout the year
  • An abundance of pristine golden sandy beaches
  • A huge variety of eateries with fresh local produce
  • Marine drives with jaw-dropping scenery
  • A host of exciting attractions, including the water sports
  • Stunning tropical greenery

local Sightseeing

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Jagannath-Temple

Jagannath Temple Read

Jagannath is regarded as the supreme god and the sovereign monarch of the odisha empire. It is one of the tallest monuments i.e about 214 feet from the ground level.

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Sea Beach Read

The second great attraction of puri is the sea beach acclaimed to be one of the best sea beaches of the world. The sea in puri is shallow and is therefore, highly suitable for sea-bath.

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Gundicha Temple Read

Located 3 kilometres away from the main temple complex of Jagannath, the Gundicha Temple acts as the summer retreat for Lord Jagannath, his brother Balarama and sister Subhadra.

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Lokanath Temple Read

According to a legend popular in Orissa, long ago, Puri was a centre of Shiva worship. According to this legend, Lord Ramachandra himself installed the Lingam in the Lokanath Temple.

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Pratyush Ocean World Read

Pratyush Ocean World is a family water park with colorful slides & a shallow children's pool. Situated in Batamangala new bypass road in Puri.

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Sudarshan Craft Museum Read

The Sudarshan Crafts Museum was established by Sri Sudarshan Sahoo to create a location where artists and art lovers can see the evolution of modern craftsmanship.

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Blue Splash Water Park Read

Blue Splash Water Park has an adjacent amusement park, play area for children, snacks facility, changing and locker rooms etc.

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Chilika Lake Read

Chilika Lake is the largest internal salt water lake in Asia, it is a paradise on earth for bird watchers and nature lovers.

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Konark Temple Read

Konark Sun Temple is a 13th-century CE Sun temple at Konark about 36 kilometres (22 mi) northeast from Puri on the coastline of Odisha, India.