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Shivaji Park, Mumbai (Bombay)

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Watch as the future stars of the world's most cricket-obsessed nation hone their skills at Shivaji Park, the largest park in the city of Dadar. At 11,294 ha (27,907 ac), the park offers plenty of space for all kind of sports. However, it is best known as the cradle of Indian cricket, with many champion players beginning their training here. You can take your kids to beginner cricket lessons, or train in other team sports, such as soccer. Talk with friendly locals to learn about the cultural value of the park, which has been the venue of many political gatherings during its history. Plan your Shivaji Park visit and explore what else you can see and do in Mumbai (Bombay) using our Mumbai (Bombay) vacation planner.
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  • Hardly a park in true sence. In the middle of Central Mumbai its an open space, more for cricket and foot-ball. There is nothing in it for any tourist so just give it a miss.  more »
  • Those who are mentally disturbed.It is a right place to relax their mind. Most of the children are enjoy the park.  more »
  • If you live in the area Shivaji Park is a nice place for an evening or morning walk. There is also a Seaside Park right opposite which has a lovely view.  more »
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  • it is a pleasure to see people jogging around. Even Pet dogs are on troll on appropriate timing. inexpensive experience. close to mahim bay. street food options available and safe. big enough to host a match
  • An excellent hangout place in the mornings and evenings. Several people come here often for walks/jogging. Hub for cricket and other sports. Various food stalls can be found just outside the park.
  • It's a cricket ground where young players come to show their talent everyday. Alongside sports, it is also know for it's recreational events. The evening time is the best to hangout with friends with stalls offering fast food. Good place to unwind in the evening with friends.
  • Nice to hang out with friends in evening for small chat. Workout in the morning. Large green open space in middle of bustling Dadar. Close to sea as well.
  • Great place... Sports lover area... Open gym... Cricket football... Nd people also run or jog... Nice place for kids...

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