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  2. Bandra - Wikipedia

    Bandra ( [bæːɳɖɾa]) also known as Vandre ( [ʋaːn̪d̪ɾe]) is an upscale coastal suburb located in Mumbai (Bombay) area of the Konkan division, Maharashtra, India. The suburb is located to the immediate north of River Mithi, which separates Bandra from Mumbai City district. [2]

  3. Places to Visit in Bandra - Thrillophilia

    1. Visiting Bandra Fort & Bandstand: Undoubtedly, the very first things that you need to do when you visit Bandra is to explore the beautiful Bandra Fort, and spend some time at the picturesque and chirpy Bandstand. 2. Admiring the amazing Street Art: Bandra west has been lined up with some amazing street arts. The best places to explore the same are along Waroda Road, Saint Veronica Road, and Chapel Road.

  4. The Best Things to See and Do in Bandra, Mumbai - Culture Trip

    Bandra is often called the “Queen of Suburbs” and with good reason. One of the most popular and coolest neighborhoods of Mumbai, this western suburb is a unique amalgam of heritage and modernity and is home to some of the most popular restaurants, pubs, and shopping districts in the city.

  5. The 8 Top Things to Do in Bandra West, Mumbai - TripSavvy

    Bandra West is often referred to as the "Queen of the Suburbs" in Mumbai. The lure of international influences and liberal attitudes has drawn droves of celebrities, models, musicians, hipsters, and expats to this multi-faceted neighborhood. In turn, a steady stream of stylish new restaurants, bars, and boutiques has opened to cater to their cosmopolitan lifestyle.

  6. 8 Places To Visit In Bandra -

    Bandra, the heart of Mumbai is certainly a place worth visiting. There are plenty of tourist attractions in Mumbai and out of all most of the attractive and mesmerizing attractions are found right here in the heart of Bandra. From popular churches to celebrities’ houses, it comes with almost everything to give you an experience of a lifetime.

  7. A Tour Of The Historic Villages Of Bandra, Mumbai - Culture Trip

    Bandra consisted of the villages Sherly, Malla, Rajan, Kantwady, Waroda, Ranwar, Boran, Pali, and Chuim. However, the sheen and plush of the new have stolen the lightning from the cultural and historical significance of Bandra. We take a look at the history of four of these villages.

  8. 6 Best Places to Visit in Bandra, Mumbai | Top Things to Do -...

    Here are the top 6 places to visit in Bandra. 1. Bandra Worli Sea Link. 4.4 /5. 1 out of 6 places to visit in Bandra. Officially known as Rajiv Gandhi Sea Link, this eight-lane cable-stayed bridge in Mumbai is the first project initiated by Maharashtra Government that commences West Island Freeway System. Bandra Worli Sea Link is one of the few bridges that is a cable-stayed with pre-stressed concrete-steel viaducts to hold it in place.

  9. The 10 best hotels in Bandra, Mumbai, India -

    Located in Bandra Kurla Complex Sofitel Mumbai BKC has easy access to north and south Mumbai through the Eastern & Western Express Highways and the Bandra-Worli Sea Link, as well as to both the... Pallavi was extremely helpful, smiling and polite at the time of checkin, she took care of all my requirements mentioned while booking.

  10. Mumbai: 5 beautiful Bandra homes owned by Bollywood celebrities

    8 June 2021. Mumbai's Bandra is famous for several reasons. From leafy, quiet by-lanes that remind you of old-world charm, to plush high-rises where several Bollywood celebrities reside, there's so much to love about this neighbourhood. If you've often wondered what the homes in Bandra look like, we take you inside some of the most beautifully designed ones belonging to B-town celebs.

  11. Bandra–Worli Sea Link - Wikipedia–Worli_Sea_Link

    The Bandra-Worli Sea Link (officially known as Rajiv Gandhi Sea Link) is a 5.6 km long, 8-lane wide bridge that links Bandra in the Western Suburbs of Mumbai with Worli in South Mumbai. It is the longest sea bridge, as well as the 4th longest bridge in India after Bhupen Hazarika Setu , Dibang River Bridge and Mahatma Gandhi Setu .