The distance between these two cities is around 120Kms, and can be reached in approximately 2hrs .Neeta Tours and Travels operates close to 1 buses from Vapi to Surat. The first bus starts from 11:45 PM and you can catch buses till 11:45 PM. The Neeta Tours and Travels buses have a minimum bus fare starting from Rs.600, and the maximum bus fare is Rs.1000.
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Vapi is a city located in Valsad district in the southern region of Gujarat. It is placed on the banks of River Damanganga. Vapi is the largest city in the Valsad district and it is the only city connecting two union territories - Daman & Diu and Dadra-Nagar Haveli. The Vapi town originally belonged to the communities of Koli Patel, Desai (Anavil Bramhins) & similar tribal castes. It is now the largest industrial area in Asia in terms of small-scale industries, dominated by chemical industry plants. The presence of large number of industries makes it the most polluted region of the state as well. The National Highway 8 passes through Vapi, linking it to all major cities of India. As Vapi is the only place from where one can visit Daman and Silvassa, visitors from all over frequent the city. Buses are the main means of transport here and many city bus services are available in Vapi.
Surat, formerly known as Suryapur, is situated in Gujarat. The administrative capital of the district Surat, the city is known to be the third cleanest city and the second largest city in India. Surat is situated along the banks of river Tapti, at the Gulf of Khambat (Cambay). Surat is believed to be founded by a Brahmin named Gopi, who built a water reservoir which was known as Surajpur or Suryapur. Surat is popularly known as the “Embroidery capital of India”, as it houses the highest number of embroidery units in India. Surat is also the diamond capital of India. Diamonds from all over the world are cut and polished here. Surat is also known for its textile mills and is also engaged in manufacturing muslin, cotton, silks, and brocades. The places to be visited at Surat are Ambika Niketan Temple, the historical Surat Castle, Mughal sarai, Chinthanamani Jain Temple, and Dutch Garden.