Borivali is a coastal suburb of Mumbai located at the north-western end of the city. Recently many people are moving to this suburb for its lush green environment and one of the cleanest quality of air in Mumbai
Living in Borivali
Borivali is a large suburb. It is connected to South Mumbai by the western railway line. Though East Borivali is green near the Thakur village area and the National Park is close by so the weekends here can be spent with nature. Overall the crowd in Borivali is largely Gujarati. There are multiple options to eat out. If you have kids, then school options are better in Borivali. Accessibility to the rest of the city, in general, is excellent. Borivali is easily accessible by both domestic and international airports and well connected to western Express highway, link road.
Things to do in Borivali
Hike The Highest Point In Mumbai
Sanjay Gandhi National Park in Borivali has the highest point in Mumbai that you can trek up. Called Jambulmal, this point is 468 meters above sea level and offers an astonishing view of the whole city. How about that?
Dine At Cafe Hydro
In case you haven’t eaten at this aquarium-themed cafe yet, now’s a good time. Cafe Hydro at Borivali is a two-floored eatery with futuristic interiors and delicious, pocket-friendly grub. You can go there to eat tasty Asian and oriental cuisines with a hint of American. While you gulp down their refreshingly delicious mocktails such as the shakes, coolers and more, but go here first for the ambiance.
Meditate At Global Vipassana Pagoda
Pagoda temple, also called the Global Vipassana Pagoda, is a meditation center that hosts Vipassana courses and is the place you could use for some peace. The Pagoda is open for visitors from 9 AM – 7 PM through the week without any entry fee, and there’s a lot to see. And once you’re done marveling at the beauty that it is, there is also a food court for refueling, and books and souvenir center to bring back some tokens.
Enjoy rides At Essel World
One of the most famous amusement park in the country, Essel World, located in Gorai. EsselWorld and Water Kingdom are Asia’s largest amusement parks. It expands over an area of 64 acres and is frequented by locals and non-locals from all age groups, especially kids. With some exciting rides and entertainment, Essel World and the Water Kingdom are a favorite for many families during summer vacation. One can plan a day-long picnic or stay overnight at one of the hotels nearby to explore both the amusement parks. For tourists visiting the state capital, a visit to Essel World is a must. For many of the adults going to Essel World is synonymous with childlike enthusiasm and nostalgia.
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