The Saurashtra Mail/Express: Famous Tourist Train In Western Railway Zone


The Saurashtra Mail/Express: Famous Tourist Train In Western Railway Zone

This article contains information about one of the known tourist trains in India. The Saurashtra Mail is an express that runs between Mumbai central to Okha. This train belonging to Indian railways in Western Railway zone. It covers 176 intermediate stations between Mumbai central and Okha. Saurashtra Mail/Express is one of the biggest trains in Mumbai. This train runs from Mumbai central via Palghar, Surat, Vadodara Junction, Ahmedabad Junction, Rajkot, Jamnagar to Okha. These are the famous tourist destinations in Mumbai. Okha is one of 7,030 stations in India. Saurashtra Express carrying more than 9 millions of passengers every day. 

Tourist Destinations


Vadodara, also known as Baroda. It is the third largest city in the western state of Gujarat after Ahmedabad and Surat. The city has also known for its palaces, mahals, and other attractions. Lakshmi Vilas Palace is the major tourist attraction in this destination. Vadodara an important city for its industries, cultural, and is a home to several educational institutes and regional importance. Lumbini Buddha Vihar, Vanchhara Derasar are known religious spots in Vadodara. 


Jamnagar, a city located on the western coast of the Indian state of Gujarat in Saurashtra region. It is another tourist destination in Gujarat. Saurashtra express also visit it. Lakhota Fort, Darbargadh Palace, Kotha Bastion, Pratap Vilas Palace, Dhanvantri Mandir, Solarium, Marine National Park, Pirotan Island, Balachadi Beach, Khijadiya Bird Sanctuary destinations known tourist attractions in Jamnagar. 


Surat, a port city situated on the banks of Tapi river. It located in the western Indian state of Gujarat. A present, Surat has also known for Diamond cutting and Polishing industries. It is another Industrial hub in Western India. Dumas Beach, Sneh Rashmi Botanical Garden, and Surat Science Center are known attractions in this destination. Saurashtra Mail/Express linked by more than 40,000 miles of track and 1,30,000 bridges. 

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