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Residency Sarovar Portico, Mumbai

Getting There


By Air
Mumbai is an International Airport. Many International Airlines operate flights to Mumbai from various parts of world. Chatrapati Shivaji International Terminal for international flights and Chatrapati Shivaji Domestic Terminal is for domestic schedules.

By Rail
Mumbai is the headquarters of the Central and Western Railways. Regular train services connect Victoria Terminus and Mumbai Central stations to different parts of India. Grand Sarovar Premiere is 15 km from the Dadar Railway Station.

By Road
Mumbai enjoys connectivity to nearby city & states with a good network of roads and highways.

Mumbai Local Information:
The commercial capital of the country, Mumbai is undoubtedly the largest and the most enchanting city in India. Originally an obscure village inhabited by the fishermen folk, its potential was recognized by the British who transformed it into the city that eventually grew into a giant. A cluster of seven islands initially, the British took up the task of land reclamation and fused all the islands into one. A heady mix of many odds, Mumbai can always amaze you with its paradox. One can ideally start touring Mumbai from Colaba which has the landmark structure, the Gateway of India. Nariman Point/Cuffe Parade comes as the swankiest of areas in Mumbai which apparently hold the wealthiest of businessmen in town. Flora Fountain and Marine Lines are the more industrial areas of the city. Going towards the more relaxed side of Mumbai, one can move towards the Marine Drive and Chowpatty where one would find most of tourists and a buzzing life. Haji Ali Dargah and the Siddhivinayak temple are undoubtedly the holiest of religious places here, thronged by endless devotees every day. The suburbs of Mumbai are no less and have some glitzy malls and happening arenas. Mumbai has a lot to offer to all its visitors.

Places of Interest:

Gateway of India (33 kms) - The Gateway of India is one of India's most unique landmarks situated in the city of Mumbai. The colossal structure was constructed in 1924. Located at the tip of Apollo Bunder, the gateway overlooks the Mumbai harbor, bordered by the Arabian Sea in the Colaba district.

Flora Fountain (31kms) - Flora Fountain, also known as 'Hutatma Chowk' since 1960, is declared as one of India's Heritage structures. Built in 1864, this tourist spot houses India's prestigious fountain, located in the city of Mumbai. The name 'Flora' is derived from the name of the Roman Goddess of Flowers.

Mahalakshmi Racecourse (28 kms) - Mahalakshmi Racecourse is a renowned horse racing track in the country. It is considered to be one of the greatest circuits in Asia. The racecourse's Grandstand is also included in the list of the 'heritage structures of India'.

Town Hall (32 kms) - Town Hall is one of the most majestic structures among the other heritage buildings in the city of Mumbai. One can say that this building represents one of the last architectural remnants of the Victorian Bombay (Mumbai). The Town hall was colloquially called as 'Tondal' during the 19th century.

Film City (5 kms) - Mumbai Film city is an integrated film studio located near Sanjay Gandhi National Park in the vicinity of Aarey Colony in Goregaon, Mumbai. Home to real-like gardens, mountains, lakes, homes, cities and villages, it is the favorite venue for Bollywood film shootings.

Church gate (33 kms) - Churchgate, now known as Veer Nariman Street, is a prominent location in the South Mumbai. The Place imbibed its name from the Churchgate railway station and St. Thomas Church. Churchgate houses some of Mumbai's prestigious buildings and organizations.

Banganga (33.1 kms) - A sacred water tank, Banganga or Banganga Tank is one of the prominent tourist attractions in Mumbai. This ancient tank, whose origin dates back to 12th century, forms a part of Walkeshwar temple complex in Malabar Hill.

Haji Ali (29 kms) - The imposing Haji Ali is both a mosque and tomb. It was built in 1431 by wealthy Muslim merchant and Sufi saint Pir Haji Ali Shah Bukhari, who was inspired to change the course of his life after going to Mecca.

Sanjay Gandhi National Park (10 kms) - Once called the Borivali National Park, is spread over 104 square kilometers. With 800 varieties of flowering plants; 284 bird species; 5,000 kinds of insects; 36 types of mammals, 62 reptile species and 150 types of butterflies, including several endangered species of plants and animals, this forest reserve is a precious part of the region's ecosystem.
Kanheri Caves (15kms) - Dating back from 1 BCE to 9 CE, these caves are located north of Borivali, far within the forests of Sanjay Gandhi National Park. This set of 109 caves features a stupa, or Buddhist shrine.