Southall is a prevalent city with the Asian community. Southall is part of the London Borough of Ealing and just 10 miles from the Charing Cross. Hayes, Hanwell, Hounslow, Greenford, and Northolt are its nearby places.
It is the home to the largest Sikh community of London. Primarily, Southall is the South Asian residential district, also referred to as ‘Little India.’ The southern part of Southall, Norwood Green, is mainly a residential area but contains few industries as well.
Post Towns UB1, UB2
The main road through the town is Uxbridge Road(A4020) which connects east to the west.
The Southall Railway Station is located on the Great Western Main Line which connects between Heathrow Airport, Reading, Oxford, and London Paddington to Southall.
Bus services connect Southall to all the neighbouring lands and also London Heathrow Airport.
An Express Coach service runs from the Leicester and Birmingham.
The streets of Southall are full of Asian cultures; one can see colourful saris, food stalls with Asain sweets and food.
Diwali in Southall is the best time to visit when the locales prepare and decorate the town as a bride.
Sri Guru Singh Sabha Gurdwara is one of the largest Gurdawaras outside India.
There are two Hindu Mandir and 5 Mosques in Southall.