Best places to shop in Bandra



Bandra, the suburb by the sea is an integral part of Mumbai. Fondly called the Queen of the Suburbs, Bandra is one of the most happening region of the city which never sleeps.The cauldron of page three culture, the area boasts of residences of numerous film stars and celebrities. Once occupied by the Portuguese, the area is home to several well known churches including the famous St. Andrew's Church. The area has the largest catholic population in Mumbai.

Bandra is a must visit destination for food lovers as the region houses a number of lip smacking restaurants. One can find several bars, discos and pubs encouraging the vibrant night life of the city.

Bandra has been bifurcated into two parts Bandra West and Bandra East. The eastern part has turned into a commercial hub with many front running companies like ICICI Bank, Motorola, HSBC etc. having operations in the area.

Bandra West is the most fashionable and trendy suburbs of Mumbai and boasts of sprawling modern shopping malls and multiplexes. Bandra houses the wonderful residential area - Pali Hills, which is very popular with the honchos of Bombay film Industry.

Bandra is very well connected, with the Bandra railway station having trains coming in from all parts. The BEST bus service, taxis and auto-rickshaws make public transportation easy in this centrally located area.

If you are in Mumbai and yet to reach Bandra then rush to save yourself from missing an unforgettable experience. Bandra is all ready to welcome you.



Last Updated on 28 May 2013





     


     

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