Southall, mini Punjab or often called as mini India.

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Southall is located on the Grand Union Canal which first linked London with the rest of the growing Canal System.

Southall is a home to all the Indians and has everything anyone could possible need to feel a home in London.
This colorful town is filled with glimmers of jewelry stores, endless sweet shops, spicy and masaledaar food and bright punjabi suit and sari vendors.

There are 319,000 Indians in London and more than 4,000 of them live in Southall most of whom are sikh.
So if you wanna dig on Sikh culture and heritage, and you\’re in London only, Southall is waiting for you\’ll.
Places to see:
1. Gurdwara Sri Guru Singh Sabha, Southall

Location: 

Havelock Rd, Southall UB2 4NP, United Kingdom
Sri Guru Singh Sabha Southall. Largest Sikh Institute outside of India Serving 10,000+ meals every day Havelock Road, Park Avenue, Norwood Hall .
This place will give you immense irenic.
2. Three Bridges

Location: 

Grand Union Canal, Windmill Ln, Southall UB2 4NH, United Kingdom
Three Bridges, properly known as Windmill Bridge, is a three-level crossing of bridges near Hanwell in west London, United Kingdom.
Places to eat:
1. Raunka Punjab Diyan

464-466 Lady Margaret Rd, Southall UB1 2NW, United Kingdom

\”Kebabish do all types of kebab and carry Pakistan and Indian moreover they do all types catering like birthday party marriage\”

3. Nargi\’s Kenyan Restaurant

4. Smash \’N Slide

Location- 

Submitted with 5-star rating on google, these serve the best hamburger of all time!
\”Smash N\’ Slide based in West London is an authentic 100% Halal burger establishment providing a collection only service. Their mission has been to provide high-quality affordable burgers for everyone.
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