Borivali, located at the north-western end of Mumbai, is one of the rapidly developing
suburban cities of this metro city. With its ever-expanding urban sprawl, Borivali is
undergoing a major intelligent city infrastructure transformation. According to the 2010
census, this city has an average population of 10 lakh citizens. Since it's a smart city, it
has a high literacy rate.
Apart from being a smart City, Borivali is equipped with beautiful gardens. Moreover, due to the SEZs in the city, it is on its course to attain the zenith of modernization.
Borivali is blessed with an even tropical climate throughout the year. The average temperature is around 33°C coupled with slight rainfall. It is located 463m above sea level.
The Chhatrapati Shivaji international airport links this smart city to the rest of the world. One can reach Borivali from this airport in 21 minutes (17.1km), using the Western Express Highway.
The Borivali railway station connects this place to the rest of the country, including Delhi, Jaipur, Mumbai, Hyderabad, Bangalore, etc. Passengers can take local taxis or cabs from the station to any location in Borivali.
Mumbai, being a metropolitan city, is connected to the rest of the country through national highways. One can enter Borivali from Mumbai using the Western Express Highway. The local public transport includes buses, cabs, autos and local trains.
The closest branch is situated in Mumbai at a distance of 24km. This proximity makes customers convenient and comfortable to call in to use their services.
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