Saturday, 29 September 2012

Hotels near Vile Parel East

Ville Parle or now Vile Parle also known as "Parla", is a suburb of Mumbai. Vile Parle is also the name of the railway station in this suburb. Vile Parle has a significantly strong base of Marathi and Gujarati population. The name "Vile Parle" has been derived from the names of two small but old temples: Virleshwar and Parleshwar. It serves as the location of the first Parle Biscuit factory.

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Vile Parle is divided into two parts i.e. Vile Parle (East) and Vile Parle (West) separated by the western railway line. The east-west boundaries of Vile Parle are from Juhu (West) toSaharSantacruz (East). The north-south boundaries are Irla (North) and Santacruz (South).

Hotels near Churchgate

Churchgate is a railway station on the Western Line of the Mumbai Suburban Railway. It is located in South Mumbai.
Churchgate station gets its name from Church Gate street which is on the immediate south of the station. This is the first station of the Western Railway suburban network of Mumbai city. Churchgate station is a railway station of Western Railway line of Mumbai suburban railway. It is the southernmost station of the city. Earlier Colaba was the southernmost station, however the rail line was removed beyond Churchgate, making churchgate the southernmost station.

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The gate was located near the present day location of Flora FountainChurch Gate is a central hub in the city.

Friday, 28 September 2012


Mumbai city the dream land the land which never sleeps. It is ancient yet with a modern touch, fabulously rich yet with some downfall and sorely poor conditions. The chaos and crowds of Mumbai city can confound even the expert travelers, but as you get used to it you will setttle into its rhythms and start enjoying the city. Mumbai is also the heart of vast Indian flim industry which is known as "Bollywood". For some it is the city of there dreams, some come to make there dream true. It is the city that attracts you. It show both good and bad prospect of life. It gives us the gest to live life with interest and to world with smile. Its gives you new experiences every time you visit the city. 

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It is a combination of seven islands, namely Mazagaon, Colaba, Old Woman's Island, Matunga-Sion, Parel, Mahim and  Wadala. Most parts of Mumbai City is situated at sea level. The northern part of Mumbai city is hilly and the highest point of the city is at 450 meters. The total area of the city is 169 square miles. It has three lakes, namely Powai lake, Tulsi lake and Vihar lake. It is one of the metropolis city of India. It is well connected to all the major cities of India. All the important international airlines fly form here.

Places of tourist interest in Mumbai

Gateway of India: You can say that this monuments is very important landmark of Mumbai city. If you are visiting the city first time then u can start from here. I have visited Gateway of India during high tide and its awesome. It was bulid by British to welcome there kings's and queen's and when the British rule ended there last ship was left from here.

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Elephanta Caves: Carve out of solid rock, the Elephanta Caves date back to 600 AD. It is very beautiful and it attract you to visit again and again. It attracts more visitors each year than the entire city of Mumbai. The cave complex is a collection of shrines, courtyards, grand halls, inner cells and porticos arranged in the splendid symmetry of Indian rock-cut architecture, and filled with exquisite stone sculptures of Hindu Gods and Goddesses. It is located on Gharapuri Island in Mumbai's harbour, about an hour's boat ride from the Gateway Of India can take you easily to this magnificent place. At the entrance to the caves is the famous Trimurti, the celebrated trinity of Elephanta : there's Lord Brahma the Creator, Lord Vishnu, the preserver and Lord Shiva the Destroyer. Unfortunately, many of the sculptures inside the cave have been damaged by iconoclastic Portuguese rulers who took potshots at Hindu Gods with their rifles. And yet somehow, nothing has disturbed the sublime beauty of this place for centuries.

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Taj Mahal Palace: The history of Mumbai city and Taj Mahal Palace are dramatically associated. This hotel is Mumbai’s first harbour landmark. Which was built around 21 years before the Gateway of India. For more than a century, the Taj Mahal palace has played an unbreakable part in the life of the city, hosting Maharajas, dignitaries and eminent personalities from all the globe. Today it is one of a leading hotel of the world and favourite destination for discerning business travellers.

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Bombay Natural History Museum: The Bombay Natural History Society was founded in 1883 for the purpose of exchanging notes and observations on natural history and exhibiting interesting specimens. Today it is the biggest non-governmental organisation (NGO) in the subcontinent engaged in the conservation of nature and natural resources, education and research in natural history, with members in over 30 countries.

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Tuesday, 25 September 2012

Hotels near Marine Drives

Marine Lines is an area in South MumbaiMarine Lines [Eastern side] does not have much residential population but has an enormous floating population consisting of  tradersoffice-goers and shopkeepers. It is the most densely populated area in the world with 291,981 people per square mile. Marine Drive [Western side] facing the sea is part of the Queen's Necklace view, it also has one of the finest Art Deco Residential Buildings facing the sea. 

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This are is very popular among tourist and business people, because of this it has many good and comfortable hotels to stay. It have hotels to suit every one's expenses. 

Saturday, 22 September 2012

Hotels in Malad

Malad is a suburb of Mumbai city, India. It is also the name of the railway station on the Mumbai suburban railway on the Western Line, located in the Malad suburb. The major localities in Malad are Chincholi Bunder Road, Mind Space complex, Marve Road, Liberty Garden, Navy Nagar, Orlem, Jankalyan Nagar, Malwani Village, Kharodi Village and so on. Sunder Nagar is on border of Malad and Goregaon. Malad is fast becoming an IT HUB with many BPOs opening their facilities.

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Some of the major localities in Malad (West) are Chincholi Village, Orlem and Evershine Nagar. Chincholi Bunder Road or Chincholi Village is the oldest natives of Malad since 1845 and has historically housed the fisherman (Koli community). There are at least 7 malls and the largest of them is Infinity Mall. It is a good place to hangout.

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Hotels in Andheri, Mumbai

Andheri, Mumbai today has a population exceeding four million, and as per record is by far the most populous suburb of Mumbai. Contemporary West Andheri is largely a residential area, whereas East Andheri is has a mixture of commercial and residential areas, including MIDC-SEEPZ (Santacruz Electronic and Export Promotion Zone), Saki Naka (an industrial area), etc. The Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport, Mumbai's International Airport is in Andheri East. Many Call Centers and BPOs are located in Chakala area of Andheri.

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Neighborhood mixes commercial and residential near Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport. Andheri East is popular with business travelers who want to be close to the call centers and many corporate offices located in the neighborhood's special economic zone. The 2000-year-old Mahakali Caves are a worthwhile attraction and Powai Lake is located at the area's northeast corner.

Friday, 21 September 2012

Hotels near International Airport

Mumbai is a cluster of seven islands, derives its name from ‘Mumbadevi’, the patron goddess of the Koli fisher folk, its oldest inhabitants. It has a lovely natural harbour and winding creek set off the city of Mumbai from the narrow, long coast of Western India.

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The western suburbs consists of the Bandra, Khar, Santacruz, Juhu, Vile Parle, Andheri, Oshiwara suburbs of Mumbai. Most people also include the suburbs of Northwest Bombay among the Western Suburbs, but that would cover too big a region. Western is

Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport, formerly Sahar International Airport, is the primary international airport in Mumbai, India, and is named after the 17th century Maratha Emperor, Chhatrapati Shivaji Bhosle. It is one of the best airport in world. 

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Wednesday, 19 September 2012

Budget Hotels in Mumbai

Affordable and good hotel accommodation at reasonable cost is the major hurdles faced by genuine tourists and business class travelers of Mumbai. where you can stay with comfort and trust.

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Finding a hotel of your choice in Mumbai would hardly be a problem. There are  good number of budget hotels running in Mumbai. There are enough budget hotels in Mumbai that cater to the needs of the various kinds of travellers who visit the city. There are many cheap and budgetary hotels in Mumbai that serve the needs of the budget conscious travellers. Most hotels in Mumbai provide the best of service and facilities. A popular choice for staying in Mumbai would be the budget hotels. A large number of hotels in Mumbai booking in advance is recommended budget hotels Mumbai.

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Friday, 14 September 2012

Hotels near CST Railway Station

Mumbai CST
Station Code CSTM
Arrival and Departure Enquiry 131
Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus,earlier known as Victoria Terminus, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and historic railway station which serves as the headquarters of the Central Railways in Mumbai, India and is the busiest railway station in IndiaThe terminus serves Central Railway trains stop- point in Mumbai and the Mumbai suburban railway as well. Mumbai CST the western most terminus of Central Railway provides access to Khopoli, Dhanau, Karjat, Kasara, Churchgate   and Panvel. 

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The station building was designed in the High Victorian Gothic style of architecture. The building exhibits a fusion of influences from Victorian Italianate Gothic Revival architecture and traditional Indian architecture.

Distances of major landmarks 
Gateway of India (2.3 km), Marine Drive (2.2 km), International Airport (22.2 km), Haji Ali Dargah (5.8 km), Mahalaxmi Temple (19.3 km), Chowpatty Beach (2.5 km), Juhu Beach (18.6 km),  Film City (29.5 km), Thane (34.8 km), Navi Mumbai (29.7 km), Elephanta Caves (57.9 km), Kalyan (62 km). All the above places are famous places to visit in Mumbai city.

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Thursday, 13 September 2012

Mumbai International and Domestic Airport

Mumbai International airport is named Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport. It has been given name of the 17th century Maratha Emperor, Chhatrapati Shivaji Bhosle. The Airport's IATA code – "BOM", is derived from Bombay, Mumbai's former name. The airport is South Asia's second busiest airport in terms of passenger traffic and the busiest airport in India in terms of international passenger traffic and the second busiest in terms of overall passenger traffic. Hotels near International Airport, Mumbai are available to stay.

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The airport at Santa Cruz caters to an extensive network of domestic destinations. The entrances for Domestic airport mumbai and International Airport mumbai are different, but runway is same. For Domestic airport there are two terminals 1A and 1B. The airport consists of two passenger terminals i.e. Terminal 1 at Santacruz is for domestic flights and Terminal 2 at Sahar is for international flights. These two terminals use the same airside facilities but are physically separated on the cityside, which required 15–20 minute (airside) drive between them. Hotels near Domestic Airport, Mumbai are available to stay comfortably.

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From this area, buses and fixed-price taxis operate to all major city locations and places of the city. Most of the local hotels provide airport transfers (pick-up and drop-off). The area offers easy access to the Bandra-Kurla Complex, which is Mumbai's fastest growing business district. Visitors can easily find an ideal setting to unwind, and the restaurants of this area offer international as well as Indian cuisine to enjoy.

Tuesday, 11 September 2012

Hotels in west Mumbai

Mumbai formerly known as Bombay, is the capital of the state of Maharashtra. Mumbai lies on the western coast of India. An combination of seven islands that lie on the Arabian Sea, (Colaba, Mazagaon, Wadala, Mahim, Parel, and Matunga, Sion) make up the famous city of Mumbai. Popularly referred to as the city that never sleeps. Mumbai is the industrial, financial, and celluloid hub of India. Due 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 Mumbai.

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Some of the prominent tourist spots in Western Mumbai include Bandstand, Bandra Fort, Joggers Park, Pali Hill, Mehboob Studio and Hill Road.

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 Some Areas under Western Mumbai
  1. Malad west
  2. Borivali west
  3. Bandra west
  4. Andheri west
  5. Juhu tara road
  6. Vile Parle east
  7. Andheri Kurla
Borivali West:
Borivali is a small town situated 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 located 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. Borivali West Hotels are available to stay.
Andheri West:
A suburb on the western railway lines in Mumbai, Andheri is one of the most popular locations in Western Mumbai. Famous for film studios, BPO's, the Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport and a number of picnic spots Andheri is one of the busisest areas in Western Mumbai. Andheri West Hotels are available to stay.
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.
Juhu Tara Road:
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 are situated here. Juhu Tara Road is a Locality in Mumbai City. Sourounded By Juhu , Santacruz West , Gulmohar Road , Vile Parle West , Khira Nagar , Localities is Reachable to Juhu Tara Road. Near By Airport is Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport this road is well connected with rest of the Mumbai. Hotels near Juhu Tara Road are available.
Bandra West:
Known as the Queen of the Suburbs, Bandra is one of the most posh and popular 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 situated here. Bandra West Hotels are available to stay. 

Friday, 7 September 2012

Hotels in South Mumbai

South Mumbai the southern-most subdivision of the of Mumbai city, India. It has city's main business localities and its adjoining areas. It is the richest urban area in India.

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Geographically location:
South Mumbai situated at the southern corner of Salsette Island. Although the Constituency of South Mumbai extends from Mumbai Central to Colaba, most city residents use the term to refer to the stretch extending from Colaba to Mahim, hence including localities such as Worli, Lower Parel, and Prabhadevi.

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South Mumbai hosts the Bombay Stock and the Reserve Bank of India. Its primary business centre are the Fort, Ballard Estate, Nariman Point and more recently Lower Parel. Many leading Indian and multinational companies have there headquartered situated here. Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus is also known as CST and Churchgate serve as headquarters and starting point for country's Central and Western Railway lines respectively.

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South Mumbai cover's important area of Mumbai. Overlooking veiw of Arabian Sea at the end of Marine Drive, posh locality and big companies. Nariman point, Colaba, Parel, Worli, Fort etc are situated in south Mumbai. Being the important areas south Mumbai is well connected with rest of the city. Each of these areas have local railway station. Other than that south Mumbai have pretty descent hotels to stay comfortably.

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Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus or CST, formerly known as Victoria Terminus, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and historic railway station which serves as the headquarters of the Central Railways in Mumbai, India. Hotels near CST Railway Station are available to stay.
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Churchgate is an area in downtown South Mumbai. The gate was situated near the present day location of Flora Fountain. In the mid-19th century, the city walls were torn down to aid in the expansion program. Churchgate is also a major railway terminus on the Western line of the Mumbai Suburban Railways. Hotels near churchgate are available.

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