Bandra West owes its hip vibe to trendy craft-beer bars and upscale global restaurants, as well as stylish cafes that serve chia juice by day and creative cocktails at night. The area’s old-world bungalows sit alongside chic fashion boutiques, wall murals, and street stalls. Restored 17th-century Bandra Fort, which hosts music performances, is at one end of waterfront Bandstand Promenade, a popular meeting point.
The climate of Mumbai. The Climate of Mumbai is a tropical wet and dry climate. … Its coastal nature and tropical location ensure temperatures won’t fluctuate much throughout the year. The mean average is 27.2 °C and average precipitation is 242.2 cm (95.35 inches).
In Marathi, Bandra is known as Vandre, which also means ‘port’ and is possibly derived from the same Urdu/Persian word. The area was under the rule of the Silhara dynasty in the 12th century. Bandra was a tiny fishing village inhabited by Kolis (fishermen) and farmers.
Public transport in Mumbai involves the transport of millions of its citizens by train, road, and water. Over 88% of the commuters in Mumbai use public transport. Mumbai has the largest organized bus transport network among major Indian cities.
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Basilica Of Our Lady Of The.
Bandra Station, Western Rai.
St Andrews Church
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St Michaels Church