Tirupur (Tiruppur) is a textile city located on the banks of Noyyal River. It is also called Dollar city. It is the administrative headquarters of the Tiruppur district. It forms a part of the ancient Kongu Nadu region of South India, where its people were the first to establish territorial state. Tirupur is a textile hub and a vast generator of employment for unskilled temporary workers. Tiruppur was constituted as a Municipality during the year 1947. It was upgraded to a Special Grade Municipality during 1983 and upgraded as a Corporation during 2008. The total area of the Corporation is 27.19 sq km divided into 60 wards. Total population as per 2011 census is 444,543. The floating population of the town is on an average 150,000.
Tirupur is the 7th largest city in Tamil Nadu in terms of population and area after Chennai, Coimbatore, Madurai, Trichy, Salem, and Tirunelveli. Udumalpet is a very good tourisam place it is called Poor Man's Ooty so many entertainment locations available around Udumalpet Location Udumalpet-Thirumoorthy Dam,Amaravathi Dam & Chinnar Monkey Falls etc. Tirupur to Udumalpet just 60KM Distance. Kerala entrance place Munnar available near by Udumalpet City. So Many film shootings done in Udumalpet Area. Climate-wise it is wonderful city in India. Some of the most famous tourist spots of Tamil Nadu are just two to three hours drive from Tirupur viz., Kodaikanal, Ooty, Munnar Coonoor,Udumalpet Pollachi, Kovai Kutrallam, Vaidheki falls, TopSlip, Neliyampathy, Valparai, Kothagiri and Palani.
Many Temples in Tiruppur were mentioned in the earliest carvings of Cholas and Pandyas.Some of the temples in Tiruppur lacks maintenance and hygienic sanitation. Many Temples here are built during the Cholas and Pandyas period.Their architecture out-matched the Temples built during the Modern days.
Tirupur is a fully industrial city. Tirupur has many places of interest for recreation and spirituality.
- Konganagiri hill hock temple (A small temple situated in a small hilllock which is inside the city)
- Andipalayam lake (tourist boating service are yet to begin)
- Thirumurugan poondi (temple as well as a place for silence and peace)
- Vaalai Thottathu Ayyan temple
- Tirupur Tirupathi temple (A similar temple to the Tirumala tirupati in Andrapradesh)
- Sukreeswarar temple (it is a 10th century temple and is considered to be a masterpiece of Kongu architecture)
- Avinashiappar temple (This is one of the seven Shivastalams in Kongu Nadu)
- Pollachi - Valparai Balaji Temple.
The climate in the town of Tirupur is generally pleasant, and this is quite rare in the interior parts of Tamil Nadu. The climate in Tirupur can be best described as salubrious, and temperatures hardly rise beyond a certain point. The main seasons in Tirupur are the seasons of summer, winter and monsoon, as in the rest of the region. The summer months in the town of Tirupur are the months of March, April and May. The weather during these three months is very hot and dry. The maximum temperature during the summer months will be around 35 °C (95 °F) and the minimum temperature will be around 29 °C (84 °F).