Mahabalipuram Shore temple is a beautiful and romantic one, ravaged by wind and sea. It represents the final phase of the Pallava art and was built in the late 7th century during the reign of Rajasimha. Mahabalipuram, also known as Mamallapuram, is a town in Kancheepuram district in Tamil Nadu, India. 

Sightseeing in Mahabalipuram:
Mutukkadu Boating A perfect place for water sports- boating, canoeing, kayaking, and windsurfing. 
Crocodile Bank Breeding Centre For crocodiles
Tiger cave  A magnificent mandapa which contains a shrine dedicated to goddess Durga which has big beautiful figures in front
Arjuna’s  Penance: The world’s largest bas-relief panel with over a hundred figures of men, gods and beasts. 
Covelong Beach  Scenic and Taj owned resort in proximity
Pearl Beach  Scenic beauty and quite 
Dharmaraj Cave Five Temples for all pandavas
Krishna Mandapam One of the world heritage site in tamilnadu,combine of eight mandapa halls and sculptured the story of lord Krishna
Sculpture Musueum Museum contains over 3000 local sculptures done in stone ,wood ,metal and even in cement.Paintings are also available for display.
Adivaraha temple Most important Monument of Pallavas and main good is Lord Perumal
 Krishna’s Butter Ball North of the Ganesh Ratha is a huge boulder known as Krishna's Butter Ball
Dakshin chitra Showcases the various south Indian culture