By train it takes between 25 hours 30 minutes and 33 hours 56 minutes to complete the journey of around 1,500 km from Coimbatore to Mumbai depending upon which train you take. The train services listed below all depart from Coimbatore Main Junction Railway Station and arrive at either Lokmanya Tilak Terminus or Dadar Western Railway Station.
Train Times to Mumbai
There are 4 train services from Coimbatore to Mumbai, all departing from the same train station but arriving in Mumbai at two different train stations.
- 1 of these train services is from Coimbatore Main Junction Railway Station (CBE) to Lokmanya Tilak Terminus (LTT).
|Train||Coimbatore (CBE)||Mumbai (LTT)||Operating Days|
|11014||08:55||14:30 + 1 day||M,Tu,W,Th,F,Sa,Su|
- 3 of these train services are from Coimbatore Main Junction Railway Station (CBE) to Mumbai Dadar Western Railway Station (DR).
|Train||Coimbatore (CBE)||Mumbai (DR)||Operating Days|
|16332||13:25||20:17 + 1 day||Sa|
|22630||15:10||16:40 + 1 day||W|
|16382||18:15||04:11 + 1 day||M,Tu,W,Th,F,Sa,Su|
- Fastest Train: The fastest train from Coimbatore to Mumbai is the Tirunelveli – Mumbai Dadar SF Express (via Konkan) (PT) (Train #22630) departing at 15:10 on Wednesdays.
- Slowest Train: The slowest train from Coimbatore to Mumbai is the Kanniyakumari – Mumbai CSMT (Jayanti Janata) Express (PT) (Train #16382) departing at 18:15 every day of the week.
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Location of Coimbatore Main Junction Railway Station
Coimbatore Main Junction Railway Station is 5.0 km by road from Kodungallur Bhagavathy Temple.
Location of Mumbai Lokmanya Tilak Terminus
Mumbai Lokmanya Tilak Terminus is 21.2 km by road from the Gateway of India Monument.
Location of Mumbai Dadar Western Railway Station
Mumbai Dadar Western Railway Station is 11.3 km by road from the Gateway of India Monument.
About the Global Vipassana Pagoda
The Global Vipassana Pagoda is a meditation hall in North West Mumbai designed to look like Shwedagon Pagoda in Myanmar. The pagoda is 96.12 metres tall, the top 29 metres of which is a hollow stone dome which is the largest stone dome without supporting pillars in the world. The width of the base of the pagoda is 85.15 metres giving a inside floor space of over 6,000 square metres which is believed to be large enough to accommodate 8,000 people at any one time.
The Global Vipassana Pagoda was built entirely through voluntary donations to promote the practice of vipassana. The term ‘vipassana’ is difficult to define and has many different meanings depending on the context the word is used and by whom. Generally speaking in the modern day the term vipassana refers to a meditation course where devotees live according to a strict dietary regime and are taught specific meditation techniques to practice during during the course. Free 10 day vipassana courses are held at the pagoda on a frequent basis, are open to people of all faiths, and are free of charge.