Kamran Residency

S B S Marg, Near Kalpana Cinema, Mumbai (Bombay), Maharashtra, 400070, India
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Train Stations transfer LTT to BDTS

by burmtra

Hi I arrive in LTT (Lokmanya Tilak Terminus/Kurla) station at 5.20am and leave from BDTS (Bandra Terminus) at 3 pm. Does any1 know if it is straightforward to travel from Lokmanya Tilak to Bandra ?

Re: Train Stations transfer LTT to BDTS

by smarty29

You can come out from LTT and take a Auto Rickshow to go to BDTS it will be less then 50rs Auto fare and around 20min or less drive.



Re: Train Stations transfer LTT to BDTS

by mili_143

The best way to travel in between those two station is either by taxi or by autorikshaw. There is no other alternatives. Or else if your train to LTT halts at thane station just get down there and take local train upto dadar and change to western line and get another train to bandra. From bandra you will get autorikshaw for bandra terminus.

Travel Tips for Mumbai



NOT DRINK WATER FROM TAPS OR AN UNFILTERED SOURCE. This is the prime reason why travellers coming from Non-Asian countries fall sick and ruin their trip. Bottled water is ubiquitous and is priced very reasonably.I have placed this comment here be'coz in my opinion, this is the first thing travellers, who are accustomed to drinking water from taps (north americans, europeans etc.) should keep in mind. I miss the suburban Bombay life the most. I was born and raised in the suburb of BANDRA and what I miss most is the cosmopolitan nature of that suburb. I miss hanging out with my friends,sitting on top of the car, parked near the shoreline (place called BANDSTAND), sipping a fresh orange juice with a spicy vegetable sandwich from the roadside stall.(that particular roadside stall makes more moolah than some high-end restaurants located just a stone's throw away)

Know a little about Bombay's...

by shalin

Know a little about Bombay's history-The island of Bombay was given to Charles II by his wife,Catherine de Braganza(she was Portuguese) in 1661,as a part of dowry!!It was given to win the British support against the Dutch.In 1668,it was handed over to the East India Company and Gerald Aungier developed the city.He's regarded as the 'Founder of Bombay'.Bombay played a majoy role in the Freedom Movement.

Ganesh Chaturthi - the fest of Mumbai's fav Lord!

by rjogadiya

Started by Shivaji, the great Maratha ruler, to promote culture and nationalism, the festival was revived by Freedom fighter Lokmanya Bal Gangadhar Tilak , as he started the custom of 'Sarvajanik Ganeshotsav' (public festival) in Maharashtra, during the Indian Independence fight. The aim behind this was to bring the people close to each other.

Images of Little Ganeshas are placed in street corners and in homes, and poojas are performed daily and elaborate arrangements are made for lighting and decoration.The Ganesh idols are kept for seven or ten days and then the 'Ganesh Visarjan' is performed on this day , whereby the idols are
immersed in sea waters.

I believe that Lord Ganesha is Mumbaikars most popular and favorite diety. The Siddhivinayak temple of Lord Ganesha at Prabhadevi is very famous. It is said that if you pray with your true heart your wish will surely be granted at this temple, people visit the temple in thousands every Tuesdays as it is the holy day of the Lord.


A stag party in the jungle!

by sudo2008

There's only one reason to come this far north: the Sanjay Gandhi National Park (Borivali, open 7.30a.m. to 6.30p.m. Tuesday to Sunday admission Rs.20/-),One of Asia's busiest national parks,with around two millions visitors a year.
The park's two lakes- Vihar and Tulsi supply Mumbai with water. The park's forest is a mix of decidous and semi evergreen and contains a great diversity of wildlife, including tigers, leopards, lions, pythons, cobras, spotted deer, black napped hares, barking deer, porcupines and around 5000 diffrent kinds of insects.

Visit Matheran. It is a hill...

by newsfreak

Visit Matheran. It is a hill station around three-four hours from Mumbai. No vehicles are allowed inside Matheran town. this has been done to preserve the fragile environment. the town, a very small one indeed, is surrounded by woods and is situated on a plateau. there are many famous 'points' here, which are basically cliffs with fantastic views. some of the more famous ones are monkey point, echo point, three tree hill point and suicide point. the best way to go around town is on horses. they can be hired, along with a guide for a reasonable amount. hotels and hostels are easily available and cater to all tastes. matheran will be a breath of fresh air after mumbai. enjoy the treks and for the romatic, the monsoons are the best time to visit. the best way to reach Matheran from mumbai is to take a local train from mumbai (Dadar Station) to Neral and then take the Narrow gauge train. see the photo of the narrow gauge train.


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Address: S B S Marg, Near Kalpana Cinema, Mumbai (Bombay), Maharashtra, 400070, India