Located on the west coast of India, Mumbai is called the “City Of Dreams”. Bollywood, the biggest film industry of the country is housed in Mumbai. From the massive mansions of the rich film stars to the slums of Dharavi, Mumbai is home to all. This cosmopolitan metropolis is the capital of the state of Maharashtra and the most populous city of the country.
Reaching Mumbai – Mumbai has excellent connectivity of domestic as well as international flights.
Numerous travel organizations offer cruises from international destinations. Mumbai is also well
connected by railway and roads.
A city with great diversity, Mumbai has some excellent points for sightseeing –
Visit one of two beaches on the shores of Arabian Sea – Juhu and Girgaum Chowpatty,
especially during the evenings. Girgaum Chowpatty is famous for Bhel Puri and Vada Pao,
Indian street foods and has water sports named H2O. Juhu area has many celebrity homes, so
be ready for celebrity spotting. End the day by strolling at the Bandra Promenade.
2. Marine Drive
Known as the Queen’s Necklace, Marine Drive is a boulevard spanning from Malabar Hill to
Nariman Point. It gives breathtaking sunset views. People love to come here for fresh air.
Mumbai is also famous for its Monsoon season, which makes the city beautiful. Walking on
Marine Drive in rains makes an unbeatable experience.
3. Sea Link
Bandra Worli Sea Link is an engineering masterpiece of building a bridge on the sea. It links the
suburbs of Mumbai to South Mumbai. The bridge gives some breathtaking views. Castella de
Aguada, also known as Bandra Fort, gives an amazing view of the sea link.
4. Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus
A World Heritage Site, Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus (CST) is the end point of the rail network on
the west, as the Arabian Sea lies next. The red building of CST and the gigantic clock at the entrance will
leave you in awe. From here, visit the famous landmark of Mumbai –the Gateway of India via
Colaba Causeway, where you can indulge in some shopping. Also, see the grand Taj Hotel.
5. Sanjay Gandhi National Park
Located in northern suburbs, this national park is full of nature trails and home to a variety of
flora and fauna, including lion, tigers, leopards, kingfishers, etc. Best times to visit are the cool
winter mornings. A perfect getaway from the hustle bustle of the city tours.
6. Religious places
Mumbai has no dearth of religious places. You can plan a day for visiting the places of worship.
Start with Mahalaxmi Temple and then you can go on to visit Siddhivinayak Temple, Haj Ali,
Mahim Church and so on.
7. Experience Bollywood
Mumbai has a Film City in Goregaon. You can take a trip to enjoy the first-hand witnessing of
Bollywood film shooting. Other places for filmy buffs are Mehboob studio and Dadasaheb
8. Mumbai Local
Most of the people use the Suburban Rail Network, popularly known as Local, because of
traffic, bottlenecks, and lack of parking spaces. The Local trains in Mumbai are the lifeline of
Mumbai transport. Don’t forget to experience a ride in the locals.
9. Elephanta Caves
A UNESCO World Heritage Site located on Elephanta Islands, Elephanta Caves are a collection of
cave temples dedicated to Lord Shiva. It is at 10km distance from Mumbai.
One of kind theme park in India, Adlabs Imagica is a 130-acre unique entertainment destination
in Khopoli near Mumbai. It’s the biggest and only international standard theme park in India. It
is the perfect getaway for total adventure, fun, and adrenaline. The rides give the experience of
a lifetime. When in Mumbai, don’t miss out on it!
Residents have a unique relationship with Bombay. They say, “Mumbai is a city, Bombay is an emotion”. I
can hear them singing “Ae DIl hai mushkil jeena yaha, zara hatke zara bachke, yeh hain Bombay meri