Bandra also called Vandre is located in Maharashtra, India. It is the third-largest commercial hub in Maharashtra, after Mumbai and Pune, primarily with Bandra-Kurla Complex. Bandra is often called the “Queen of Suburbs” and with good reason. it is one of the popular and coolest neighborhoods of Mumbai, this suburb is a unique combination of heritage and modernity and is home to some of the most popular restaurants, hotels, night clubs, and shopping districts in the city
Famous hotspots of Bandra are Hill Road and Linking Road for street shopping, Bandstand promenade for long walk and leisure and also to see the awesome view of Bandra Worli Sea link from the fort near Hotel Taj. It is also a heaven for a couple as this place is also known lover point of Mumbai
Bandra is a word that originates from the Persian and Urdu word for the port, or "Bandar." It is explained by Duncan Forbes's as "a city; an emporium; a port, a trading town to which numbers of foreign merchants visit. Bandra is known as Vandre, which also means 'port' and is mostly derived from the same Urdu word.