Kailasagiri Hill station is recommended for the beautiful site that it offers to the tourists. It is surrounded by the two beautiful beaches Ramakrishna and Rishikonda on its left side and the hillock on its right side. The hill derives its name from Kailasa, the abode of Lord Shiva and Parvati. Two huge sculptures of the deities can be found in the hills. The ropeway trolley can be used to reach atop the hillock. One can enjoy a picturesque view of the city down, especially in the evening. There is also a road train for children and a huge flora clock.
The site is fast developing into a picnic spot. There are several viewpoints here like the titanic view point, the Shanku Chakra Naama, Shanti Ashram, the Gliding Base point, Telescopic point, etc. which provide a fascinating view of the vast sea and the lush green surroundings.