Tourism in Ulhasnagar

Ulhasnagar, as the name indicates the city of happiness (‘Ulhas’ means happiness and ‘nagar’ means city), is a famous city in Maharashtra and it invites many people every year to see the beautiful locations and historically important places here and to enjoy the natural beauty of the city. The unique food and culture of the Sindhi community who are the inhabitants of Ulhasnagar is also another attraction to those who visit here.


Tourist Attractions in Ulhasnagar

There are several tourist attractions in Ulhasnagar including beautiful locations, religious places and historical monuments etc. Some of the famous temples in Ulhasnagar including Chaliho Sahib, Birla Mandir, haji Malang, Jhulelal Temple, Saint Satram Dham and Swami Shanti Prakash Temple etc. give a religious look and they attract lots of tourists to the city. Other attractions near Ulhasnagar are Elephanta Caves, Haji Dargah and Essel World which are in Mumbai.


Dining in Ulhasnagar

Your Ulhasnagar tour will not be complete without experiencing the unique Sindhi cuisines available in the hotels here. The various Sindhi food such as Chop Chhola, Choola Dhabal, Dal Pakwan and Pakora etc. are famous for unique aroma and unforgettable delicacy. Moreover, the hotels in the city also serve all types of food recipes according to the varied tastes of visitors from various corners of the globe.

Accommodation in Ulhasnagar

Being an emerging tourist location in Maharashtra state, Ulhasnagar many hotels that provide comfortable as well as affordable accommodation to the tourists with an aim of making their days in Ulhasnagar enjoyable and ever memorable.

Shopping in Ulhasnagar

Ulhasnagar (Sindhunagar) is famous for wedding shopping, as wide range of Sindhi garments are available here. Not only the Sindhis, but many people visit Ulhasnagar for their bulk shopping related with wedding. Sindhunagar is also popular for its quality furniture, bags, electronics and material printing at very economic prices. Ulhasnagar becomes the favorite shopping choice of all types of people due to the variety and very reasonable and highly competitive prices. Some of the best shopping attractions in Ulhasnagar are Fashion Street, Crawford Market and Inorbit Mall.

When You Should Visit Ulhasnagar

Commonly warm temperature persists in Ulhasnagar that makes it comfortable for tourists to tour around the city. Even though the average temperature of the city remains around 30oC, mercury levels drop down to around 19oC during the winters. Therefore the best time to visit Ulhasnagar is between October and February.

How to Reach Ulhasnagar

You can reach to Ulhasnagar through air, road or rail as it lies in close proximity to Mumbai. You will get local trains from the nearest central railway junction Kalyan to reach Ulhasnagar. Ulhasnagar, as connected to Mumbai - Pune express way via Panvel, people get direct buses from Pune, Nasik, Kolhapur and other main cities of the state. The nearest airport is the Mumbai International airport,  and you can choose from available mode local transportation to reach the city.

Address of Maharashtra Tourism Development Corporation

C.D.O Hutments, Opp, L.I.C (Yogakshema) Building,
Madame Cama Road, Mumbai, 400 020
For information related to bookings
Reservation Office No: 022 22845678
Toll free No: 1800 229930
Head Office Phone number: +91 22 2204 4040
Website: www.maharashtratourism.gov.in
Email: reservation@maharashtratourism.gov.in


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    Joseph from Ulhasnagar4 1008 Days ago

    Day by day population is increasing in Ulhasnagarar, but as population increases, infrastructures remains the same, because its a govt sector work.Vehicles are increased a lot,because of that road looks narrow.Its suddenly developed city, and future plans were not modified as per need.People don't have traffic sense at all, driving on ulhasnagar roads seems like risky trap, you surely can expect a broken limb or your vehicle damaged due to bad roads and harsh driving. There are no trafic rules or police to maintain trafic. its like andher nagri, chaupat raja.

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