Bandra Kurla Complex , Maharastra,400051
earlier known as Victoria Terminus
The domestic airport is 25 kms from the city center. Taxis and auto rickshaws are readily available outside the terminal building. A free shuttle service to the international airport also operates from here.
Mumbai Central serves as the southernmost terminus in Mumbai for Western Railway outstation trains, as well as suburban lines. Trains depart from here to Gujarat, Rajasthan, Punjab and Delhi, including the Rajdhani trains to Delhi.
Built to honour the visit of King George V and Queen Mary to India in 1911, the Gateway has a grand arch in the Indo-Saracenic style with Gujarati and Islamic wooden carvings. It is also the departing point for ferries plying to Elephanta Island.
This beach located along Juhu Road is famous for the Chowpatty, a heavenly corner for food junkies. A favourite with children and adults alike, it has an amusement park, play ground and an open air restaurant. Camel rides further add to the charm.
Dadar houses a residential complex, silk hub and wholesale fruit and vegetable market. The Shivaji Park, a playground is located here, where the likes of Sachin Tendulkar practice cricket.
A posh residential complex, Bandra is referred to as the Queen of the Suburbs. Bandra is linked with Linking Road, a popular shopping hub. The Mount Mary Basilica and Band Stand along the Arabian Sea are located in the vicinity.
A large part of south Mumbai is known as Fort because of the strong impression of the colonial British architecture in the area.
Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport, formerly Sahar International Airport, is spread over an area of 1450 acres, and is Indias biggest international and domestic aviation hub. The domestic terminal is in Santacruz.