The northeast of the city of Mumbai, past the Thane district, is famously known as Navi Mumbai. Built in 1971, the district of Navi Mumbai was a satellite township. Although the initial purpose for building Navi Mumbai was not fulfilled, the place is soon becoming an upcoming district for affordable living as the prices are 10% cheaper than those in the city.
The place is also being refurbished and built into a place which provides all facilities to individuals and includes a multitude of tourist destinations that one can enjoy while visiting Mumbai. Separated from Mumbai by the Thane Creek, Navi Mumbai is known to host essential aspects of culture and entertainment like India’s tallest flag (which stands at 225 feet) at Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation, the Greek and Roman-influenced Utsav Chowk and the Kharghar Hills which is a famous nature trail and spot for locals and tourists alike. Many temples such as the ISKCON Temple, or the Nerul Balaji Temple as well as Parks and other entertainment features are soon finding their way to this sprawling area. Taking this into account, missing the district of Navi Mumbai while visiting Mumbai or otherwise would be a grave mistake.
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