Bandra Worli Sea Link, Mumbai

Bandra Worli Sea Link

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About Bandra Worli Sea Link

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Bandra Worli Sea Link, also known as the Rajiv Gandhi Sea Link, is a cable stayed bridge linking Bandra to western suburbs of Mumbai. One part of the sea link was opened for public on 24th March 2009; however, it was completely opened on 1st July 2009. The Sea Link was inaugurated by Smt. Sonia Gandhi, the chairperson of UPA.

This sea link is the first phase of the project initiated by Mumbai government to start a West Island Freeway System. The link has 8 lanes for traffic to operate and caters to around 37500 vehicles per day. The link has reduced the time taken to travel from Bandra to Worli by a big margin. Whole journey of 8 km, which earlier used to take 45 to 60 minutes, can now be completed in just 7 to 10 minutes.

Tourists can reach the place from either of the two sides of the link. Nearest bus depot is Bandra (2 km) and the nearest train station to the link is Bandra Railway station (5 km). Taxis and auto rickshaws are among other available modes of transport.

Admission Fees:  Free

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  • Best Time:  During Day
  • Length of visit:  Below 1hr
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68 traveller reviews for Bandra Worli Sea Link

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Sylvain Herve

  • Tourist
  • Sylvain Herve
  • Lives in Mumbai
  • 7 Reviews
  •  1 helpful vote
  •  381 readers

"Very nice architecture"

  • 5.0/7
  • Posted Dec 15, 2016
The bandra worli sealink is a bridge where you can have a beautiful view of the city of Mumbai. The toll price is 60 rupee. Its not allowed to stop in the brigde for pictures.
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Harsh Prasad

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  • Harsh Prasad
  • Lives in Raipur
  • 7 Reviews
  •  429 readers


  • 7.0/7
  • Posted Nov 18, 2016
This bridge is world's longest bridge. The scene is really unbelievable. It is a must visit place in Mumbai. Situated above the sea really strong bridge.
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Avik _bongyatra

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  • Avik _bongyatra
  • Lives in Kolkata
  • 6 photos
  • 29 Reviews
  •  13 helpful votes
  •  9509 readers

""An unique creation .. ""

  • 6.0/7
  • Posted Sep 26, 2016
This outstanding bridge is being said to be one of the most spectacular element in Mumbai. Getting across a large indentation, the sealink adjournment bridge is being considered to be a missing link between South Mumbai and outskirts. It has acquired a beauty that's worth admirable and the beauty lies if you take a look at it from certain distance with elegant lines reaching out to connect to the sky. While you cross the bridge, it would certainly give you a sense of being wedged between air, sky and sea, leading you to a different fictional planet altogether ..
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Wasim parwez

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  • Wasim parwez
  • Lives in Mumbai
  • 81 photos
  • 9 Reviews
  •  6 helpful votes
  •  1020 readers

"Amazingly Amazing Experience"

  • 7.0/7
  • Posted Sep 12, 2016
You can never get enough of Sea-link, been there many times but still It's beauty never fades and make you fall in love each time.
This 5km ride is best you can get in Mumbai or I can say in India. While you drive through you can't stop yourself from appreciating this engineering marvel, you can't tired of looking at the Mumbai skyline and thinking we have made so much progress, It is do unlike India.
Cars zoom pass you like never before, winds blowing and chanting sounds of sea waves makes a combination never felt before.
Sea link is a amazing beauty and gives a new experience at different time of the day. You gonna love driving through on day as much as night.
Monsoon I can't say enough, you would love to pay double toll to drive through while it's raining and high tides soaring the coast line.
Apart from shortening the distance, it has added to the beauty of Mumbai.
If you are visiting Mumbai, you just can't miss this. You just can't.
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Shiva  Rao

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  • Shiva Rao
  • Lives in Udupi
  • 22 Reviews
  •  3 helpful votes
  •  5427 readers

"Lovely sight to look at"

  • 6.0/7
  • Posted Jun 30, 2016
Really it is lovely to look at. Only thing one cannot walk on it. One has to have vehicle or take a taxi or one particular bus goes on it, so one can take it. For India, it is a marvel indeed. If abroad, no wonder but it is in India, our India, we have made it.
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Anson cabral

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  • Anson cabral
  • 24 Reviews
  •  5 helpful votes
  •  5789 readers

"Beautiful place"

  • 7.0/7
  • Posted Jun 27, 2016
The bridge which connects Bandra to Worli only allows 4 wheelers and also charges a premium fare. But it's worth the try as you can test your vehicle's max speed here and also enjoy the cool breeze while you cruise with either sides covered with sea water. You cannot stop mid way at this place as it's accident prone and not advisable.
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Deepak Kinra

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  • Deepak Kinra
  • Lives in Mumbai
  • 13 Reviews
  •  1 helpful vote
  •  2603 readers


  • 7.0/7
  • Posted Jun 13, 2016
One never forgets the wind which grazes your face while leaning out of a car running on this bridge. A piece of flawless engineering, it is pleasing to the eye too.
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Anuradha Agrawal

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  • Anuradha Agrawal
  • Lives in Mumbai
  • 70 photos
  • 18 Reviews
  •  4 helpful votes
  •  5242 readers

"Go for a sea face walk and sunset as additional bonus"

  • 5.5/7
  • Posted May 2, 2016
Though the Sun doesn't set just behind the sealink and I can only imagine how majestic that will be, but go for a walk on the promenade just before the sunset if going in this heat. It's breezy and the Sun's bounty is its slow descend into the horizon. It mesmerises as the red ball slowly touches the horizon and vanishes without being clouded.

Honestly, I manage to look at the sealink either before the feat or after. If you plan a spin on the sea-link, enter from Bandra end for the skyline. 60/- one way toll and 90/- return. The return ticket is valid only till midnight 12.
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Divesha Agrawal

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  • Divesha Agrawal
  • Lives in Mumbai
  • 34 Reviews
  •  22 helpful votes
  •  4343 readers

"Very convenient"

  • 6.0/7
  • Posted Apr 27, 2016
Since I stay in mumbai, I am not sure if the sea link qualifies as a tourist attraction. However, it is extremely convenient for daily commute. Per day return ticket is INR 90. For daily commuters they also provide monthly passes.
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Suresh Varma

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  • Suresh Varma
  • Lives in Tenali
  • 1 Review
  •  429 readers

"Nice place as we can enjoy the view of bridge as well as away from the bridge"

  • 6.5/7
  • Posted Mar 30, 2016
This sea link is a bridge which is from Bandra to Worli. It is such a nice place as we can enjoy the view of bridge as well as away from the bridge. It is one of the wonderful world class design in Mumbai. There is a toll fee of Rs. 150 to travel through this bridge, is the best way to reach Airport in very short span of time which reduces waste of time and pollution. I have visited this link many times to enjoy the ROYAL drive and I just love this place, dont miss it.
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