Suburb area in Mumbai
Borivali (Pronunciation: [boːɾiʋəliː]) is an affluent, posh & peaceful suburb of Mumbai and is located at the north-western end of Mumbai and has a large Gujarati, Maharashtrian and Catholic population followed by others. Traditionally the Hindu koli community lived in Borivali in villages of Eksar. It has the highest number of public parks in Mumbai and almost all blocks of different neighbourhoods have a park. It has one of the highest green cover in Mumbai due to the Sanjay Gandhi National Park in East, public parks in West and the distant Gorai Creek at the Gorai end.
Borivali railway station is an originating & terminating Railway Station for Mumbai Local Trains towards Churchgate in the South & Virar in the North. Also some Express Trains halt at this Rail Station which provides ease for people travelling far off destinations.