Top Places to Visit in Kandivali West That You Shouldn’t Miss
The amazing thing about The City That Never Sleeps is, there is always something to do! Whether it’s the stroke of midnight, or the thick of noon, Mumbai keeps you entertained. There is much beauty to take in, lots of unique markets to experience and things to buy, and a lot of fun activities, from frolicking at the beach, to re-discovering ancient ruins.
Kandivali, just like every other area of Mumbai, has a lot of things to do and places to cover when you are here. Let us tell you about the best places to see in Kandivali, that you definitely should not miss!
Kandivali Khau Galli
Expect mouth-watering chaats, decadent faloodas, spicy sandwiches and Mumbai street food galore. The buttery pav bhajis and tava pulaos of the Kandivali Khau Galli are the stuff of legends, and the eateries here always raise the bar when it comes to experimental foods – think Cheese Sev Puri and Chocolate-Cheese Sandwiches.
It’s a rather fun experience, and one that is open even during the wee hours of the night.
Bhagwati Pav Bhaji is a pit stop you must make here, for sure!
The Kandivali Khau Galli is located in Mahavir Nagar.
Thakur Village Market, Mahavir Nagar, and Malls!
Thakur Village is a posh area in Kandivali East, which has a market that has wonderful textiles you can buy. Head here when shopping for special occasions, like weddings and festivals. You can get lots of affordable home decor, flowers and clothing at both these markets.
Mahavir Nagar has a lot of fancier brands, both homegrown and international, that you can shop from.
If you prefer the experience of shopping at a mall, there’s always Raghuleela mall, Growel’s 101, or the equally accessible Infiniti II & Oberoi Mall.
All of these malls are some of the best malls the city of Mumbai has to offer, and they’re all within reach if you live in Kandivali
Kandivali has a lot of ancient and new-age temples that you can marvel at, of many different religions and sects. The Swaminarayan Temple is one such landmark that you really must visit. You could also visit the Shree Balaji Temple in Charkop, and the Shree Dwarkesh Niketan Haveli Mandir.
Kandivali is startlingly close to the Sanjay Gandhi National Park. About 10 to 15 minutes away from Kandivali West, you can enjoy treks, long nature walks or robust morning jogs in this beautiful locale that serves as the lungs of the city. We suggest heading here for walks as often as you can. Don’t forget to explore the Kanheri Caves when you visit!
Not every locality of Mumbai offers the same variety of experiences that Kandivali does. Quite underrated, it allows the perfect mix of a fast-paced urban life, and allows you to experience nature’s tranquility with equal ease. Moreover, a home at House of Hiranandani’s Kandivali project offers an added layer of luxury to your life. And that’s why you must consider investing in a property here!