Here you will find important and useful information about your travel and accomodation during your visit to LED Expo, Mumbai.
If you are looking for hotel accommodation, there is a wide selection of hotels nearby the fairground.
All foreign visitors to the fair must apply for visa and comply with the health requirement on entering into India. Please ensure that all your colleagues and accompanies have already obtained the relevant visa prior to departure. We would be pleased to assist you in getting the invitation letter for visa application. For further details, please contact:
Tel: +91 22 6144 5900
Fax: +91 22 6144 5999
Get to the fairground
Fairground address and information
Bombay Exhibition Centre (Hall no. 4)
NSE Nesco Complex, Off Western Express Highway
NESCO, Goregaon East
Mumbai, Maharashtra – 400063
The nearest railway station to reach Bombay Exhibition Centre is Goregaon Railway Station which is situated in Western Suburban Line. Goregaon Station is well connected to the other railway line viz. Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus railway station (CST), Bandra, Churchgate and Virar. (The other nearest train stations are Ram Mandir and Jogeshwari)
Bombay Exhibition Centre is situated along the Western Express Highway. It takes 6 minutes to travel from Goregaon Railway Station to BEC, which is easily accessible by autos and cabs.
Domestic Airport: It takes 20 minutes to travel from Mumbai Domestic Airport to BEC. Approximate driving distance between Nesco and Mumbai Domestic Airport is 7 kms. or 4.3 miles or 3.8 nautical miles.
International Airport: It takes 14 minutes to travel from Sahar International Airport to BEC. Approximate driving distance between Sahar International Airport and BEC is 12 kms. or 7.5 miles or 6.5 nautical miles
The best means of transportation would be a Pre-paid taxi service from the airport which are available at the airport.
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