A religious spot popular among Lord Shiva temples is Babulnath temple. It is located in the heart of Mumbai. The city is well connected with the rest of the world including Singapore, Dubai, London, Europe etc.
You can avail train, bus or flight to reach the city which never sleeps. Mumbai’s Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport is India’s busiest airport.
The airport consists of two terminals- The Domestic Terminal (Terminal 1) and The International Terminal (Terminal 2).Both terminals use the same airspace but they are 4 km apart from each other.
There are various international airlines such as British Airways, Delta Emirates, Lufthansa, Quantas and Singapore Airlines. The airport is 28 km far from Downtown. So you have to take a prepaid taxi to reach the southernmost part of Colaba, the main tourist District.
Mumbai is also linked with the rest of India by trains as well. The main stations are Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus, Dadar Terminus and Kurla Terminus.
These Central lines connect this city with Southern India, Eastern India and parts of North India. The Western lines like Bandra Terminus and Mumbai Central connect Mumbai with Western districts of Gujarat and Rajasthan.
The road conditions of Maharashtra are better than the rest of India. So you can avail a good air conditioned bus to reach Mumbai. National Highways like 3, 4, 6, 8, 9, 17 and Mumbai Pune Expressway connect this city with other parts of India.
The enthralling sea beach, spumy waters, and hidden rock pools- all these are enchanting features of this Konkan coastline. It is the most romantic place with the combination of both reality and fantasy.