Shopping Places in Juhu



One of the most celebrated suburbs of Mumbai is the Juhu area. Blessed with the sprawling and lively Juhu beach, the place is the most visited beaches of the city. Embracing the Arabian Sea and located in the central part of the city,Juhu is one of the posh localities and home to many famous members of the Bollywood film industry. It is a favorite shooting site for film directors.

The southern end of the Juhu beach comprises of several luxury hotels and apartments. These hotels are regular haunt for the famous personalities of the city. The weekends see a maddening crowd in the beach to enjoy themselves. The beach has various excitements such as horse and donkey rides, acrobats, cricket matches, toy sellers and numerous road side eateries. The five star hotels adjoining the beaches will give you heavenly peace and comfort. The Sun and Sand and the Holiday Inn are two of the popular hotels. Juhu has also a twenty four hours cafe with a sea view.

The Iskon Temple and St. Joseph's Church are two favorite destinations for the tourists and devotees. Other areas under Juhu are Santacruz and Ville Parle. The Juhu area has a number of departmental stores and shopping centers. Several cinemas and auditoriums are also there for recreation.

Juhu is well connected with trains and the BEST bus service. It is only four kilometers away from the airport. You just can not miss a trip to Juhu if you are visiting Mumbai.



Last Updated on 28 May 2013





     


     

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