Chennai to Kanchipuram is a 75 km journey taking 3 h on the road. Kanchipuram was described as one of the best Dravidian city by famous 4th century poet Kalidasa. It has thousands of beautiful temples and was considered the center of Hindu, Buddhist, and Jain learning. It is also famous for the famous Kanchipuram Silk Sarees. Spend the night at a hotel.
Kanchi Kailasanathar Temple is an 8th century construction with many sculptures representing Gods and their various forms, Ardhanareeswarar is one of them. Vaikunta Perumal Temple built by Nandivarman Pallava, also belongs to the same period. Varadaraja Temple has a 100 pillared hall built by Vijayanagara sculptors. Kamakshi Amman Temple is a 14 century Shakthi peeth dedicated to the Goddess Parvathi by Cholas. Reach Lord Subramanya Temple located on Tiruttani hill by overcoming 365 steps or by road. Return to Kanchipuram hotel room for the night.
On the third morning you can spend some leisurely time relaxing or shopping. In the afternoon, reach Chennai for the departure journey.