Just like other hill stations of the world, Ooty presents a beautiful and mild cold temperature throughout the year. People visit this location from all over the globe to explore the beauty of this exotic location which dates back to the 19th century, built by British community two thousands years ago.
It came in the possession of East India Company in the 18th century and was registered as Udhagamandalam that time (officially). Later it was changed to Ootacamund, which is abbreviated in a bit shorter form “Ooty.” Some call it a town and others call is “Queen of Hill Stations,” , it’s around 7,000 to 8,000 feet above from the sea level, located right in the heart of Nilgiri hills.
Ooty yields most of its profit though agriculture and tourisms. As depicted above, thousands and billions of travelers come to visit this romantic destination, so approximately 90% profit is churned out through tourism only. Ooty is connected with the rest of Indian states through different modes such as train and road. Bridges have been constructed for this purpose for automobile drivers and vacationers. However, a lot of people prefer picking the train to set out their journey towards one of the most pleasant towns of the South India.
Ooty golf course is very famous, located at a big altitude of 7600 feet, and owned by gymkhana club of Ooty. The tourists come to this place in groups and play golf on a broad land of 193.56acres. Wax house is another attraction in the hill station.
There was a famous house in the country, situated in the Ooty Coonoor road. They have changed to a complete wax structure and preserve it in its best condition. There are other places kept in the wax museums, made of real wax, such as statues and figurines. Mind blowing cultural presentation in the form of wax and other material will make you spellbound.
Other spots to visit in Ooty are tribal museum which contains primitive culture and heritage of Indian aborigines and have a lot of artwork presenting old times and worlds. Toda huts are also very amusing; there are more than five of them. They are composed of botanical material, thus they make a small garden together where they are placed in an order.