The Bandra-Worli sea link Mumbai is one of the most important points of interest to Indian tourists and foreigners
The Famous Bandra-Worli sea link Mumbai is also known by the name Rajiv Gandhi Sea Link. It is a cable bridge that connects Bandra in the west of Mumbai to Worli which is in the southern part of the city. This bridge has helped in saving a lot of time for the passengers who travel from Bandra to Worli and vice versa. The foundation stone of the bridge was laid down in the year 1999 by Bal Thackrey. The estimated cost of the project was INR 6.6 billion and was supposed to be completed in a time period of five years. However, the project lost its momentum when it was subjected to numerous public interest litigations. A five-year delay ensued which increased the cost of the bridge to INR 16 billion. The Bandra Worli Sea Link saw completion in the year 2009 – 2010.The tourists can take a bus to the Bandra bus depot or travel by train to the Bandra Railway station. From here you can get any bus, taxi or auto to reach your destination.