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NISM’s Patalganga Campus is adjacent to the Mohopada village on the right bank of river Patalganga.
It is 10 km from Mumbai-Pune National Highway 4 (India) and 7 km from the Mumbai-Pune Expressway. It is just 12 km from Mumbai-Goa National Highway 17 (India).
The nearest railway station is Rasayani/ Apte which is on Konkan railway, about 3 km from the campus.
The campus is about 75 km from the Domestic Airport in Santacruz & Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport at Andheri.
While you are in Mumbai, you may like to visit the following:
Visit the historical Gateway of India
The history traces back to 1911 when the Gateway was erected to commemorate the arrival of King George V and Queen Mary at Apollo Bunder. Today, it stands as the iconic monument of Mumbai. With other attractions like the Taj Hotels, Chatrapati Sivaji Maharaj statue and ferry ride to the Elephanta Caves at proximity, the Gateway of India is essentially one of the must visit places in Mumbai
Stroll along the Marine Drives Marine Drives
The 4.3 km boulevard is a spectacular walkway between the shimmering sea on one side and the high rising sky scrappers on the other. With the hissing of the majestic sea, the stunning view of sun set, the brisk evening breeze, the strip of street lights that resemble a necklace, the sizzling cuisines of Chowpatty and the breathtaking view from the Nariman point, the Marine Drives guarantee an enthralling experience
Stop by the Religious Hotspots
The city is a cosmopolitan where all the major religions of India co –exist in harmony. The religious hotspots like the Siddhivinayak temple, the Mahalakshmi temple, Hali Ali Dargah, Mount Mary Church, ISKON temple, Global Vipassana Pagoda are not only of religious importance but also of architectural marvel.
Take leisure at the Bandstand Promenade
The Bandstand Promenade is yet another boulevard along the west side of Bandra. This popular hang out spot is dotted with bungalows of famous Bollywood celebrities including Shahrukh Khan and Salman Khan, historical highlights like the Basilica of Our Lady of the Mount and the Bandra Fort and modern attractions like Walk of the Stars , featuring statues of popular actors and Music for Meaning, the Sunday evening musical jam. The Promenade also offers a spectacular view of the Bandra-Worli sea link road.
Taste the exquisite cuisine from the Khau Ghalli
The Khau Gallis (food streets) of Mumbai, notably the streets of Colaba appeal to your taste buds with their mouth watering cuisines of the city. The multitude of hawkers selling Vada pav, Panipuri, Sandwiches, Ragda-pattice, Golas and other delicious street snacks and the renowned cafes and restaurants like the Leopold Café, the Café Mondegar and the Bademiya make Colaba a food lover’s delight.
Mumbai Travel Guide http://wikitravel.org/en/Mumbai