Mumbai Travel

Mumbai is one metropolis of India which has always been attracting people from far and wide with its glitz and glamour. This is the city where the world of Bollywood flourished, this is the city where many millionaires were born, this is the city which has some of the richest hotels, and this the city which has fulfilled the dreams of many. The city has beautifully preserved its history in the form of various landmarks dotted here while maintaining its modernism.   

Here are the top places to visit in Mumbai:

Gateway of India: The majestic looking Gateway of India stands right in the heart of Mumbai city. It stands at a height is 26 m and was built during the 20th century when Mumbai was known with the name of Bombay. Its Indo-Saracenic style looks spectacular. It is a symbolic monument representing the city of Mumbai.

Chowpatty Beach: To enjoy a memorable evening in the city, nothing can be as soothing as visiting Chowpatty Beach. This remains highly popular among locals due to its laid back feel and numerous eating joints dotted around. Chowpatty Beach brings out the local life of Mumbai and remains a favourite spot for young couples too.

Marine Drive:  Officially known as Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Marg, Marine Drive is lined up with numerous Art Deco buildings. It runs for 3 kilometre and shines like a diamond necklace after sunset.

Essel World: Family vacationers must spend some time at the very exciting Essel World of Mumbai. This is the most popular amusement in India which has rides for people of all age groups and likes. Here you can try rides like Shot-N-Drop, Top Spin, Enterprise, Hoola-Loop, Slippery Sultan, Sr-Dodgem, Sr-Telecombat, etc.

Haji Ali Dargah: A visit to Mumbai remains incomplete without visiting the very renowned Haji Ali Dargah. It is an exquisite example of Indo-Islamic Architecture and houses the tomb of Sayed Peer Haji Ali Shah Bukhari. It is believed that this Dargah fulfils wishes of all pilgrims.

Shree Siddhivinayak:  This is a famous Hindu shrine dedicated to Lord Siddhivinayak, a form of Lord Ganesha. The temple remains crowded all year round specially during the festival of Ganesha Chaturthi when pilgrims visit here from all over the world to partake in the mass processions organised here.

Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus: Though this is a railway station, it is also a major attraction of Mumbai city. Local trains remain integral to the city of Mumbai and this terminal represents just the same. However, it does not attract visitors only because of this reason. People visit here to explore its gorgeous Victorian-Gothic architectural style which has earned it the title of UNESCO World Heritage Site.

How to Reach
By Air: The Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport is one of the biggest and busiest airports in the country. The airport serves both domestic as well as international flights.
By Rail: The rail connectivity in Mumbai is great too with Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus receiving trains from all parts of India.
By Road: Numerous private and inter-state buses run from the city to all other parts of India.


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