Enjoy an eclectic mix of the most exhilarating places to visit in Mumbai that will allure you with an enviable vibe. Have a tryst with the historical legacy of the city, relax by the Arabian Sea as you munch on some delectable street food, study about some legendary arts, ride on the most epic amusement park, escape away to quaint little hill stations, explore the world of Bollywood, the list is endless....
Some of the better known tourist spots have been high-lighted for you…
The Gateway of India is the most popular tourist attraction in Mumbai and also one of the most visited places in the city. It is located in the South Mumbai. This monument, was built during the rule of the British Raj in India and was opened in December, 1924.
Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus formerly known as Victoria Terminus Station is an example of Victorian Gothic Revival architecture, as also an outstanding example of the meeting of the British and Indian cultures forging a new style unique to Mumbai.
It is also famous as the meeting place for the world renowned “Mumbai Dabbawala” – a food delivery service, unique to Mumbai. “Dabbawala” when literally translated means "one who carries a box". He is part of a delivery system which transports more than 1,30,000 lunchboxes throughout Mumbai. He collects hot food boxes from worker's residences, deliver them to their workplace and returns them back to the residences. The dabbawala service is so legendary that it has attracted worldwide attention and visits by Prince Charles, Richard Branson and employees of Federal Express, a company renowned for its own mastery of logistics.
Elephanta Caves are a network of sculpted caves located on Elephanta Islands. The easiest way to reach them is to take a launch from the pier, which is located near the Gateway of India.
Prince of Wales Museum is near the Gateway of India. It is a beautiful and historical museum – a must see for history lovers.
The Taj Mahal Palace Hotel just a stone’s throw from the Gateway of India, is one of the oldest five star hotels in India having opened in 1903. It is a heritage structure having housed world famous personalities from royalty to politicians to the biggest names in the entertainment industry. It was the site of the infamous bombings in Mumbai in 2011.
Jehangir Art Gallery is one of the most visited art galleries in Mumbai. The art gallery was built in 1952 and regularly houses many delightful art exhibitions.
The Bombay High Court is the oldest high courts in India. The structure is one of the most important and historical buildings, attracting a lot of tourists regularly.
Marine Drive is a 4.3 km natural bay in Mumbai. It is a very scenic promenade where the locals flock to unwind in the evenings.
Chowpatty is a beach which literally “kisses” the busy hub of South Mumbai and is flooded with people at any time. The scenic promenade of Marine Drive gives way to the beach of Chowpatty.
Siddhivinayak Temple is a Hindu temple dedicated to the Lord Shri Ganesha (a favourite deity of the city of Mumbai-the elephant God). It is one of the most visited tourist attractions as well as one of the richest Hindu temples in India.
Bandra Worli Sea Link is an engineering marvel of India. It not only connects two of the busiest parts of Mumbai but has a very scenic view making the drive enjoyable in this otherwise overly crowded city.
Haji Ali Dargah is one of the most sacred places for Muslims in India. It is located on an islet off the coast of Worli in South Mumbai. It is based on the Indo-Islamic style of architecture.
Take back some warm and ever-lasting memories as you explore this one of a kind hustling, bustling and friendly city which is ever ready to welcome guests!
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