|Elevation||412 m (1,352 ft)|
|Time zone||UTC+5:30 (IST)|
|Vehicle registration||TN 38|
Saibaba colony is an area located in Coimbatore, India. This locality is mostly occupied by upper-middle-class people living in Coimbatore. One side is bordered by Thadagam road and the other side by Mettupalayam Road. NSR road in Sai Baba colony is fully occupied by commercial centers.
Saibaba Colony is situated just 4 km North of the heart of the City Gandhipuram and located between Mettupalayam Road and Thadagam Road. Saibaba Colony shares borders with R.S Puram, Coimbatore North Junction, Tamil Nadu Agricultural University campus and Goundampalayam.
The Sai Baba Colony derives its name after a famous Sai Baba temple located there. The area is quiet and residential with mostly individual houses. In 2010 the area started booming with apartments thanks to its increasing popularity.
Most of the public and private sector banks and govt banks are visible here. State Bank of India, South Indian Bank , Federal Bank , City Union Bank, Karur Vysya Bank, Lakshmi Vilas Bank, Indian Bank, Indian Overseas Bank, Corporation bank, Rep co bank, Axis Bank, Kotak Mahindra bank, Vijaya Bank, Andhra Bank, Bank of India, Bank of Baroda, Central Bank of India,Canara Bank, HDFC Bank,Induslnd Bank,ICICI Bank, Pallavan Grama Bank,State Bank of Travancore, United bank of india, are some seen in the locality.
NSR Road in Saibaba Colony is famous for its shopping joints and food centers which solves the basic amenities. Any need including stationeries, groceries, textiles, ATMs can be found easily in the NSR road. Some of the well renowned businesses include Kumar Stores, Ravi Metal Mart, Kannan Departmental stores, Annapoorna Gowrishankar, Thambi Belt House.
There are various schools located in this locality. Notable schools include Bharathi Matriculation Higher Secondary School, Lisieux Matriculation Higher Secondary School, Avila Convent and Sindhi Vidhyalaya.
It has a municipal park for children built by the Coimbatore City Municipal Corporation. Saibaba Colony is also home to the Bharathi Park and many other well maintained parks which provide good facilities for morning walkers and jogging enthusiasts.
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