Places to See And Things to Do In Mumbai

(Mumbai is the city which never sleep)

Mumbai was knows as Bombay but later on it changed to Mumbai. Mumbai is the most wanted place to visit in India. Today generation is so fond of visiting and exploring the world. so Mumbai is the place where we can explore many things, like Gateway of India, Elephanta caves, colaba causeway market, Juhu beach, Victoria terminus ,flim city, haji ali, banganga tank.

Top Attractions In Mumbai

Gateway of India :

Gateway of India is one of the most distinguished monument in Mumbai. The Gateway of India was built in 1924. Now it has become a popular tourist hub in the city. Located at Apollo Bunder waterfront, the monument overlooks the Arabian sea in the most beautiful way.

Colaba Causeway :

Colaba is the most crowded and electrifying places to visit in Mumbai, famous for being a shopping paradise and having endless shops to choose from. It has a charm about it, which will suck you into its world of colorful shops and old world cafes like a magnet.

Marine Drive :

Staring from the north of Nariman point and ending at the famous Chowpatty beach. The Mumbai drive is a 3km long arc shaped road along the sea coast of south Mumbai. The coast ines the Arabian sea and is the best place to watch the sunset in Mumbai.

Juhu Beach :

The most popular beach in Mumbai, juhu beach is located close to Andheri and was once quite a beautiful beach. However, with so many tourists coming in here, the place has become dirty and water is also not clean because of affluents from nearby factories and industries.

Siddhivinayak Temple :

Located in Prabhadevi, Siddhivinyak is a lord Ganesha temple. One of the most significant and frequented temples in Mumbai. Visitors visit this temple in large numbers on daily basis. It was built by LaxmanVithu and DeubaiPatil in 1801. It is one of the richest temples in Mumbai. The wooden doors to the sanctum are plated with gold has the central sculpture of Ganesha.

Haji Ali Dargah :

Situated at the backdrop of a beautiful view of the sea is the shrine of Haji Ali , a wealthy merchant turned into Muslim sufi. People from all walks of life and religions come here to seek blessings.

Elephanta Caves:

An UNESCO world Heritage Site, Elephanta Caves is a specimen of rock cut art and architecture from the times of medieval India. It is an island and is located at a distance of 11km from the city of Mumbai. It also provides an amazing view of the Mumbai skyline.

Girgaum Chowpatty:

Girgaum Chowpatty is a small sandy beach and a good place to chill, at the north end of Marine Drive , a must go place for tourist visiting Marine Drive for the first time. Conveniently located next to Charni Road evening hours and weekends and hosts street food stalls serving local delicacies. There are cafes/ dine-in options available across the road as well.

Few More Attractions In Mumbai

Bandra Worli Sea Link :

Officially known as Rajiv Gandhi Sea Link, this eight-lane cable-stayed bridge in Mumbai is the first project initiated by Maharashtra Government that commences west island Freeway system. Bandraworli Sea Link is one of the few bridges that is a cable-stayed with prestressed concrete- steel viaducts to hold it in place. Spanning across the arc of mumbai’s coastline, this sea link is a civil engineering wonder that reflects the modern infrastructure of the city of Mumbai.

Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus :

Also known as Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus, the Victoria Terminus is the main railway station serving Mumbai. Constructed in the Victorian-Gothic style of architecture, the railway station is a declared as a world Heritage Site by the UNESCO. The station is one of the most famous historic landmark symbolizing the pre-independence British Raj in India.

Prince of Wales Museum :

The prince of wales museum is regarded as one of the heritage building of Mumbai owing to its splendid architecture. The museum comprise of a plethora of ancient . exquisite artefacts relating to the rich and diverse history of India.

Essel World :

Lacated on the edge of northern suburbs. Mumbai’s favourite adventure and water park. Essel World and Water Kingdom are probably the best themed park and water park in India. During the hot and humid summer or Mumbai . A lot of local and tourists throng Water Kingdom.

Fashion Street :

One of the favorite shopping hubs for the people of Mumbai especially the students, the place offers some of the trendiest and latest fashion clothes.

Flim City :

Indian Film Industry accounts as one of the largest in the world and Film City serves as an essential part of it. It is a place where it is difficult to differentiate between the reality and fakeness.

Hanging Garden :

Marked by bushes trimmed into shapes of various animals and proximity to the Arabian Sea are the hanging gardens, opposite the Kamla Nehru park. Spend a relaxed evening the sunset, especially if you are with kids.

Jama Masjid :

Just a km and a half away from Mumbai ChhatrapatiShivaji Terminus, the jama masjid, popularly knowns as Friday mosque, is the oldest mosque that Mumbai houses. A popular place of pilgrimage, this mosque stands majestically on the renowned Sheikh Menon street , near Crawford market, in the southern part of Mumbai. The mosque boasts of beautiful and intricate carvings, breathtaking artworks and the the fascinating ‘sangemarmar’ stoneworks and has an interesting...