Shopping Places in Dadar

Dadar is a small area of Mumbai but with a large importance. It has the only railway station, which has both the Western Railway line and the Eastern Railway line.Dadar is separated into west and east by the railway line. The east is also called as the Dadar T.T and the west section is known as Dadar B..B. The Dadar Railway Station is the most crowded and busiest stations of Mumbai.

Dadar witness a bustling shopping activities with two of the best markets of the city. The West market and the Crawford market is very close to the place. Dadar is the home to the famous Shivaji Park, a huge plat ground which has groomed world famous cricket stars like Sachin Tendulkar and Vinod Kambli. Dadar is a favorite destination for pilgrims as it homes the famous Haji Ali Dargah and Siddhi-vinayak Temple. The Worli Fort will excite the common tourists. One can indulge them into various ways of recreation with several amusement parks, cinemas, art galleries adorns the area. Mouth watering restaurants, bars and pubs are also present in the Dadar area. Visitors to the area will have a gala time if they want to stay in the area the region boasts of several quality hotels.

Dadar is well connected by trains for obvious reasons and it is also well connected with road transport as it is only 11 kilometers away from the Chatrapati Shivaji Bus Terminus. The Santa Cruz Airport is also not far from the place.

Last Updated on 28 May 2013



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