Angkor Wat Temple, a UNESCO World Heritage site in Cambodia, spans 500 acres and offers a single day pass for $20 and a week-long pass for $60.

Sri Ranganathaswamy Temple, located in Trichy, Tamilnadu, is one of the eight self-manifested temples of Lord Vishnu, one of 108 Diyadesams, and features Adishesha as the chief deity.

The Akshardham Temple in Delhi, located on Yamuna banks, houses deities like Sita Ram, Radha Krishna, Lakshmi Narayanan, Shiv Parvathi, and Lord Hanuman, with free admission.

The Nataraja Temple in Tamil Nadu, dedicated to Lord Shiva, features 250-foot-tall towers and Baratanatya poses, adorned with Hindu mythology sculptures.

Belur Math, a 40-acre architectural complex, houses a museum showcasing Swami Vivekananda and Sri Ramakrishna's artifacts and serves as Ramakrishna Mission headquarters.

Annamalaiyar Temple, Tamilnadu's second-largest Lord Shiva temple, built by Chola Kings in the 9th century, is renowned for its fire element and is visited during full moon days.

The 23-acre Ekambareshwarar Temple in Kanchipuram, built in the 7th century by Paranthaka Chola, is dedicated to Lord Shiva and observes sun rays during March and April.

The Thiruvaanaikaval Jambukeswarar Temple, built by Chola kings, is renowned for its water element in Panchabootha Sthalam, believed to be the meditation spot for Goddess Parvathi.

Meenakshi Temple, located in Madurai city, is a UNESCO Heritage Site with Goddess Parvathi as its chief deity and was nominated for the New Wonders of the World contest.

Vaitheeswaran Kovil, a 15-acre Lord Shiva temple dedicated to Angaraga, is a popular destination for worship of Sun God, Rama, Lakshmana, and Jatayu.