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The Western Suburbs is the western region of the city of Mumbai, India. The Western Suburbs comprise of Andheri, Bandra, Borivali, Dahisar, Dharavi, Goregaon, Jogeshwari, Juhu, Kandivali, Khar, Malad, Santacruz, and Vile Parle. Geologically, the Western Suburbs lie at the western piece of Salsette Island.

The Western Suburbs are the absolute most established rural areas of the city. Specifically, Bandra has existed as a different town for nearly as long as Mumbai. The territory began its set of experiences as a lot of fishing towns. Stream Mithi courses through this territory and furthermore fills in as a sewage line. During the 1980s, a good-natured endeavor to set up another midtown away from Nariman Point brought about the foundation of the Bandra Kurla Complex. The majority of the bigger monetary banks and organizations moved to this place.[2]

Aside from the typical rural spread, this zone has some pleasant seashores, particularly close to Malad. Jogeshwari has underground aquifers that are rumored to have restorative properties. Borivali is the passage point for the Sanjay Gandhi National Park, which is the reason the natural life save is all the more prevalently known as Borivali National Park.[3]

Numerous product and BPO organizations have their workplaces in and around SEEPZ in Andheri. The western rural areas likewise gloat of the Juhu Beach. These rural areas can become amazingly busy at the nights, with serious gridlocks.

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  • Pricing Name Western Mumbai Trip
    300 - 400 Pax
    Available Seats: 400

    Adult ( 300 - 400 Pax ) INR400.00 INR300.00 /Person

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