About Western Mumbai
Owing to its vastness in area Mumbai is divided into a number of zones. Western Mumbai is one of the most important regions of the city. Western Mumbai has some of the oldest suburbs of the city. A famous adobe of many famous film stars Western Mumbai offers a host immaculate and posh areas of Mumabi
Some of the prominent tourist spots in Western Mumbai include Bandstand, Bandra Fort, Joggers Park, Pali Hill, Mehboob Studio and Hill Road.
Areas under Western Mumbai
Borivali is a small town located in West Mumbai. It is named after one of the major Mumbai suburban railway on the Western railway line. Borivali is famous for the
Sanjay Gandhi National Park, one of the few national parks in the country that is situated within the boundaries of the city. Apart from the wildlife and flora the park has the world famous archaeological site, the Kanheri caves. Borivali is also popular for its eminent educational institutes and entertainment extravaganzas like Essel World" & the largest water park in Asia, Water Kingdom.
A suburb on the western railway lines in Mumbai, Andheri is one of the most popular locations in Western Mumbai. Famous for film studios, the Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport , of BPO's and a number of picnic spots Andheri is one of the busisest areas in Western Mumbai.
Located on the border of the city, Dahisar is the last suburb and railway station in Mumbai. Famous for its natural beauty Dahisar offers a number of small hillocks, beautiful rivers, mango orchads and numerous lakes and ponds.
One of the major middle class residential areas in Western Mumbai Goregaon is an important railway station on the suburbs of the city. Well connected by all modes of transportation like buses, taxis, auto-rickshaws and trains Goregaon has some of the finest cinema halls and film studios of the city.
Synonymous with the Juhu Beach, Juhu is situated on the shores of the Arabian Sea in Juhu suburbs. The most popular destination of Western Mumbai, Juhu is the most frequented tourist spot in Mumbai. Popular for its street food and sea front restaurants this area in Western Mumbai is one of the liveliest places in Mumbai. Also visited by pilgrims Juhu is home to some of the world famous temples like Mukteshwar Devalaya, Siddhi Vinayak Temple, Mahalaxmi Temple and Isckon Temple.
Known as the Queen of the Suburbs Bandra is one of the most posh areas of western Mumbai. Initially a small village with plantations of rice and vegetables today Bandra is one of the most sophisticated localities of the region. Sheltering some of the best bungalows, residential complexes and Churches Bandra is easily referred to as one of the most developed regions of Mumbai. Some of the important Churches in Bandra include St Annes Church, St Andrews Church and Mount Mary's Church.