Sion is a Mumbai neighbourhood. The settlement served as a border between Mumbai and Salsette Island in the 17th century. It was given that name by the British because it marked the city's end. Even when Mumbai was united to the Salsette and stretched up to Mulund, the name persisted. A hilltop garden known as Sion Fort or Sheevon Killa in the Marathi language is one of the local historical attractions in Sion.
Sion's climate is best described as quite hot with a high humidity level. Because of its seaside position and tropical climate, temperatures do not vary significantly throughout the year. Sion, in Mumbai, faces three major seasons- Summer, Winter and Monsoon. Peak winter lasts from December to mid-February, peak summer lasts from mid-March to the first week of June, and peak monsoon lasts from July to August, with winds and thunderstorms.
The airport servicing the Mumbai Metropolitan Area is Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport, formerly known as Sahar International Airport. There are two terminals at Mumbai's Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport. Vehicles are available to transport you to your desired location from the airport.
In Mumbai, the Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus is the most popular station. All of India's major railway stations have trains running to Mumbai. You can, however, use public transit to CST if you're coming from another central or suburban rail station. From CST, you can take a bus or train to travel to Sion.
Visiting Mumbai by bus is the most cost-effective alternative for solo travellers. Every day, both government and commercial buses run along this route.
In Mumbai, using a cab is one of the most efficient ways to tour the city. Individuals who wish to spend time with their friends and family should travel to Mumbai via road. You can travel by car or bus or taxi to reach Sion.
The closest branch is in Mumbai itself, in the proximity of 8 km.
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